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Official Blackberry Playbook Keypad, starts shipping March 23, will retail for $120
At last, the Blackberry Playbook, will now have it’s official keypad and it called the Mini Keyboard.
The Mini Keyboard is designed for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and enables the user to Write emails, edit documents and surf the web, complete with left and right mouse clicks, just like a desktop and laptop computer. It also comes with convertible case, that lets you easily carry your PlayBook and keyboard together.
According to sources, it will start shipping on March 23 and will retail for $120. We still have to hear an official announcement from RIM, regarding the price and availability of the Mini Keyboard. It seems that you can already pre-order this new product from the online store, The Source.View Article Source »
BlackBerry London gets a makeover, leaked image surfaces online.
RIM’s upcoming BlackBerry smartphone, codenamed BlackBerry ‘London’, has made another unscheduled appearance, this time revealing a black, curvy and more polished look.
Compared to the first images that surfaced on November, which appears to be a prototype of the device, this new image reveals a device that looks totally different from most BlackBerry smartphones. It has slick, all-black matte finish that looks similar to an iPhone.
No specifications or official release date for the device but it is rumored to run on a 1.5GHz TI OMAP dual-core CPU.Read the rest of the article »
Spotify is now available on your BlackBerry but there’s a catch!
Spotify officially announced the release of its version that is compatible for the BlackBerry. To download the app, users simply need to visit m.spotify.com on their phone browsers and follow the instructions.
The app is suitable only with BlackBerry units Bold 9780, Bold 9700, Bold 9000, Curve 9300 and Curve 8520. As of the moment, the app only supports BlackBerry units with GSM networks. Users with Torch 9800 and CDMA-network phones will not be able to enjoy the app.
A user must subscribe to Spotify Premium to be able to stream for available catalogue. Spotify offers 48-hour free trial from the mobile app or a 30-day free trial upon signing up.View Article Source »
Leaked BlackBerry OS 7.1 for Torch 9810 surfaces, includes mobile hotspot support
A leaked version of BlackBerry OS 7.1 has just surfaced, thanks to the good folks at OSBB. The OS build which can be used for BlackBerry Torch 9810 updates the 220.127.116.110 ROM with the 7.1 features and includes mobile hotspot support, a feature that enables sharing of mobile phone’s 3G network with other devices.
This leaked OS build is now available for download, just follow the source link below but bear in mind that this is a not an official update. You might want to think twice before to giving it a try.View Article Source »
RIM just confirmed the arrival of their new BlackBerry Torch 9860 in India!
In an event held in Mumbai, RIM officially announced the arrival of BlackBerry Torch 9860. This latest smartphone is powered by the recently released OS, the BlackBerry 7, and comes with a very stylish design.
In case you didn’t know, the Torch 9860 features a 3.7-inch 480 x 800 touchscreen display — which is said to be the largest on a Blackberry handset. Its high resolution aims to offer a quick, responsive touch with smooth graphics. This smartphone has also been designed to work well on displaying web pages, images, and videos. It even offers a superb gaming experience. Furthermore, the Torch 9860 is equipped with a Liquid Graphics technology and a high-performance graphics processor with an improved CPU.Read the rest of the article »
BlackBerry Bold Touch is rumored to have another family member -- the metal-clad 9980!
A mysterious BlackBerry device makes way to YouTube, showcasing a different look from the usual RIM handsets people are familiar with. Rumored as Bold Touch 9980, it features a design which is a sharp departure from everything people have seen from RIM so far.
The mobile device’s keyboard is made to look metal, while the back sees the return of the faux leather cover. In terms of the hardware, the BlackBerry Bold Touch 9980 seems to be identical with Bold Touch 9900. As for the software, it’s a no brainer that it runs on BlackBerry OS 7.
While waiting for the BlackBerry Bold Touch 9980’s official announcement from RIM, why not check it out in action at the video after the break?Read the rest of the article »
Blackberry Torch 9810, Bold 9930, and Torch 9850: Now reaching the store shelves.
As planned, three of AT&T and Sprint’s RIM BlackBerry 7-based smartphones are now available in various store shelves. Sprint has made the largest launch and shipped the BlackBerry Torch 9850 along with the BlackBerry Bold 9930 devices in a very affordable pricing. The Torch can be purchased online for $150 with a contract, while the Bold 9930 (with contract) will be available for only $200. Although the two manufacturers confirmed this pricing as official, several US carriers are still panning to sell the smartphones for $50 more on average.
On the other hand, AT&T has just made its second-generation 4G BlackBerry Torch 9810 available in the market, but hasn’t revealed any shipping dates for the Bold. The Torch 9810 is said to be the least expensive BlackBerry 7 device so far, with its price tag of $50 (with contract).
The three handsets run on the same 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor and brings a five-megapixel camera. However, they still differ from each other in terms of displays and keyboards. The Blackberry Torch 9810 gets a 3.25-inch, 640×480 display and a five-megapixel camera with autofocus; while the Torch 9850 features a 3.5-inch, 480×800 display with a touch-only option. Bold 9900, the thinnest and smallest among the group, brings a 2.8-inch, 640×480 screen display with no autofocus camera, but offers an interactive QWERTY keyboard.View Article Source »
T-Mobile confirmed that they will have the BlackBerry Bold 9900 for $300.
T-Mobile chose midnight to price and date their BlackBerry Bold 9900 version. The BlackBerry 7 hardware will arrive to shops on August 31. For unclear reasons, the said version of the phone will cost higher than the AT&T, Sprint or Verizon versions. It will be on $300 on contract even after a $50 rebate.
The T-Mobile’s version should be similar to those of other networks other than the requisite change over its native bands, 14.4Mbps 3G. Its capabilities – such as Wi-Fi calling – aren’t expected to be available immediately, and it’s not clear if the personal hotspot creation will be an option.
The Bold 9900 is said to be RIM’s flagship of the year, with a mix of a 2.8-inch, 640 x 480 touchscreen and a distinctive, large QWERTY keyboard. The 1.2GHz Snapdragon, that goes along with 768MB of RAM and BlackBerry 7, are key to a major improvement in speed. Slimming down versus earlier Bolds drops autofocus from the 5 megapixel camera, but is returned by 720p movie recording. About 8GB of storage is built-in, even if 188MB is available purely for apps.View Article Source »
AT&T is allegedly planning to block the Bold 9900's NFC capabilities.
AT&T reportedly has no plans to get the BlackBerry Bold 9900’s near-field communications (NFC) capabilities at launch. However, an unnamed source said that the hardware seems to be capable of NFC features when it arrives in the hands of AT&T’s customers. The said carrier will implement a software block to prevent users to take advantage of the technology.
If the report mentioned above is accurate, AT&T would not be the only carrier to block the new BlackBerry’s NFC feature. The first Bold 9900 buyers in the UK have been dealt a similar fate as Vodafone is not yet ready to enable the said capability.
AT&T didn’t give any statements regarding the matter. It is still unclear if the carriers currently dodging NFC have plans to enable the feature in the near future.View Article Source »
RIM unveiled BlackBerry Torch 9810 and Bold 9900 which will boast the new BlackBerry OS 7.
RIM announced last Thursday that BlackBerry Curve devices are set to hit the stores soon. The upcoming BlackBerry Torch 9810 and BlackBerry Torch 9900 will feature the OS 7 and 1.2GHz processor. The BlackBerry Bold 9900 will hit the UK stores on August 18. No price were announced yet.
To know more about the BlackBerry OS 7, check out T3’s video after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
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