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Blackberry 9000 Overview


Several weeks age blackberry corp launched the new PDA phone called Blackberry 9000 with stylish leather-like back plate.Blackberry 9000 has great feature and very suitable for a business man.Blackberry 9000 has integrated with HSDPA that allow you to connect to the internet with high speed data transfer beside that Blackberry 9000 has Qwerty keyboard that make the user to write SMS easily.

Blackberry 9000 has a huge data storage with 1GB internal memory and can be add using memory micro SD.using camera 2 MP that make the best result image although you take a picture in dark place.Blackberry 9000 is also equipped with Speaker Independent Voice Recognition that recognize the user.DataViz,Roxio Photosuite, and more.you also can connect to internet via WI-FI that has integrated in this cell phone.blackberry using 624-MHz Marvell Tavor PXA930 processor.this phone very suitable that use to connect to internet.talk time of blackberry 900 up to 5 hours and stand by time up to 13 hours long enough as PDA phone.most of the pDA phone only can stand by unless 5 days.

Blackberry will be release blacberry 900 on june via AT&T or T-mobile and will be sale for 300-$500 with 2 years contract.

This is some of the specification of blackberry 900.

Tri-band HSDPA
integrated GPS
Wi-Fi® (802.11 a/b/g)
satin chrome finished frame
stylish leather-like back plate (back-cover are available)
full-QWERTY(i) keyboard
624-MHz Marvell Tavor PXA930 processor
1 GB on-board storage memory with encryption
microSD/SDHC memory card slot
half-VGA (480×320 resolution) color LCD
browser with trackball
support for watching streaming videos (RTSP – real-time streaming protocol)
2 megapixel camera with built-in flash and 5x digital zoom
video recording
USB 2.0 with cable

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Iphone Vs. Blackberry: Consumers Speak Out


In ChangeWave’s recent Smart Phone report, the results showed a rapidly evolving two-horse race between Research In Motion’s (RIMM) BlackBerry and the Apple (AAPL) iPhone – with second tier companies like Palm (PALM) and a host of others being shoved to the sidelines.

To follow-up, this report takes a closer look at the features users love and hate most about their BlackBerrys and iPhones as part of a March 2008 survey of 864 smart phone owners.

The previous report showed excellent consumer satisfaction levels for the two top rated smart phone frontrunners – with Apple sporting a 79% Very Satisfied rating for its iPhone models and RIM grabbing a highly respectable 54% rating for the BlackBerry. But what is it about these two brands that have consumers so very satisfied?

RIM BlackBerry

We first asked RIM BlackBerry owners. By an overwhelming margin, the feature they liked most is the BlackBerry’s extraordinary access to email (56%).

No other feature comes even close in terms of popularity. As respondent MBR29407 explains, “The email integration of the BlackBerry 8800 is probably its single best feature, but I am constantly amazed at the quality of the phone itself.” NEW06507 adds “I like the seamless way my BlackBerry works with corporate email, and the way you can call a number from within an email by highlighting it.”

BlackBerry owners also reported a few key dislikes, number one being the speed and quality of its Internet browsing experience (13%). A second major dislike was the size of the keypad (11%), with owners complaining that the keys are too small and cause too many typing errors. “The overlaid keyboard (two letters per key) and TrueType feature make my BlackBerry slow to type messages without errors,” reported respondent PET91787.

The Apple iPhone

By far the most lauded feature of the iPhone among owners is its seamless integration of a Phone, iPod and Internet browser (36%). As respondent DSL06271 puts it, “The feature I use most is the iPod, but it’s the integrated whole that makes it so much fun to use.”

Respondent BOB04545 adds, “I love the iPhone. It is revolutionary. I love being able to jump on the Internet, send email, get maps, weather forecasts, instant message, and make phone calls.”

The second most popular feature is the iPhone’s touch screen interface, followed by its ease of use.

In terms of dislikes, there is no doubt about what iPhone owners hate most. It’s the speed of the AT&T EDGE network. No surprise then that the number two criticism is the requirement to Use AT&T.

Users also expressed particular unhappiness with the iPhone’s lack of copy & paste functionality.

Mirror Mirror On the Wall

So now that we’ve briefly reviewed the evidence, which smart phone is the fairest of them all?

The answer is clear – both Apple and RIM dominate the U.S. smart phone industry and are in the process of overwhelming the competition. Each has a super-loyal cadre of users that fervently support their phone brand – and each has extraordinary room to grow.

Today there are over a billion cell phones in the world, and our surveys have picked up a seismic shift occurring among U.S. consumers towards the high end smart phone market. In simplest terms, that’s where the momentum lies.

And as consumers gravitate towards quality multidimensional cell phones – i.e., smart phones – our research shows both Apple and Research In Motion are the big winners. In other words, just as the Apple iPhone has captured the hearts and minds of its user base, so has the RIM BlackBerry.

RIM BlackBerry: While the Apple iPhone boasts some of the highest satisfaction rates we’ve ever seen in a survey, the bottom line for RIM owners continues to be, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Respondent PAN18809 demonstrates RIM’s extraordinary hold over business users when he writes, “My BlackBerry enables one simple truth – work is something I do, not someplace I go.”

RIM’s enormous strength in our business user surveys (73% market penetration) strongly suggests they’ll maintain momentum in their core market going forward.

Apple iPhone: For all its momentum, there are still some core issues iPhone owners want to have resolved – and first among them is 3G capability. According to the survey, that’s the number one feature iPhone owners want integrated into the next generation of the iPhone (19%) – even more so than third-party software (18%), GPS functionality (15%) or E-mail integration (10%).

The same holds true among respondents who say they are interested in but haven’t yet purchased an iPhone. One-in-four say they are holding out to wait for the next generation iPhone (14%) or for 3G network compatibility (11%).

But the bottom line in this horse race is Apple and Research In Motion are both giant winners, while the rest of the smart phone manufacturers lose.

For the latest news on Smart Phones and other technology trends, visit our Changewave HotWire Blog. The ChangeWave research network is composed of 15,000 highly qualified business and technology professionals. Members are surveyed on a range of topics, and the findings are converted into quantitative and qualitative reports.

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Rogers BlackBerry Pearl 3G Video Unboxing



A quick hands-on video unboxing of the new BlackBerry Pearl 3G. This one is from Rogers. Take a look at the new consumer packaging from RIM, as well as some quick comparisons of the Pearl 3G beside the BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650.

Nokia N95 8gb Vs. Blackberry Curve 832


As a title fight in the mobile phone world, Nokia vs. Blackberry is about as exciting as it would come. Not only are both giants in their respective fields but, ever since Nokia debuted their N-series smartphones, they have been in direct competition for control over the entire smartphone market. As things stand, there is no clear winner, nor will there be for quite some time as, with every new generation of mobile phones that pop up, the tide seems to shift back and forth.

Comparing Features of the Nokia N95 8GB and Blackberry Curve 8320

For many mobile phone users, the first thing that is noticed about a mobile phone is its size. In this, there is no clear decision between the Nokia N95 8GB and the Blackberry Curve 8320.  Although the Blackberry Curve 8320 is much slimmer, it is also wider and longer, making the difference in thickness seem slightly less impressive. Neither phone is overly chunky, really, but both are certainly not as slim as some of their counterparts, as is acceptable from a smartphone.

It only takes a look at the display screen of both mobile phones to see that the Nokia N95 8GB clearly trumps the Blackberry Curve 8320 in that regard. Where the Nokia N95 8GB has a 2.6 inch display that is about the same size as a Blackberry Curve 8320’s, the huge difference that comes into play is that the former uses 16 million colours as opposed to the 65,000 of the latter.

Not stopping there, the Nokia N95 8GB also asserts its dominance with the 5.0 megapixel camera that comes with it, complete with Tessar lens, Carl-Zeiss optics, flash, auto red-eye reduction and 20x digital zoom. Not much the Blackberry Curve 8320 can do but sit back and stare with its very modest 2.0 megapixel camera. Storage produces another clear win in the Nokia N95 8GB’s favour, as it does, predictably, carry a massive 8GB of internal storage that the 64 MB of the Blackberry Curve 8320 simply cannot match.

One area where the Blackberry Curve 8320 does actually have an advantage is with its keyboard. For all the power and features of the Nokia N95 8GB, it does not have the flexibility of a keyboard like that of the Blackberry Curve 8320. Although this is not too big a deal, it can inconvenience some who prefer having a keyboard as an option.

All things considered, it must be admitted that the Nokia N95 8GB is at a clear and distinct advantage when compared to the Blackberry Curve 8320. That said, the keyboard factor is one that invariably could halt it from progressing as far as it deservedly should, and more the pity for it.

On the flipside, the Blackberry Curve 8320 is completely out of its league when up against the N95. Perhaps other Blackberry models that are much more feature intense would do better in competition with it.

For now, it would seem that the choice is between fantastic features or a keyboard, tough decision really, especially if a keyboard is something that anyone has grown used to having on their mobile phone.

We compare prices on mobile phone deals in the UK. So why don’t you visit us and view the best deals for the Nokia N95 8GB and the Blackberry Curve 8320 or any other mobile phone handset.

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Next Generation Touchscreen Mobile Phones – T-mobile G1 Vs Blackberry Storm


Touchscreen mobile phones have also been knocking about, but they’ve never previously taken on the world-beating significance they’ve attained nowadays. Well, now, there are two totally unique mobile phones vying for your attention: the T-Mobile G1 and the Blackberry Storm.

T-Mobile G1 – a new, Android life form

For many months, one of the biggest news stories in the world of mobile phones has been the development of a brand new operating system: Google Android. Anticipation was high for the first mobile phone to come built around it, and that handset is the T-Mobile G1, quite literally the first of a new breed of mobile phones. Featuring Android, the T-Mobile G1 comes in a sleek body with a huge touchscreen that slides to one side, revealing a full QWERTY keyboard. Also included is a 3 megapixel camera, HSDPA internet access, and GPS. The cool thing about the T-Mobile G1, though, is the list of cool extras you get thanks to Google Android. Features like direct access to the Amazon MP3 Store and the Android Marketplace (for downloading software to your T-Mobile G1) are among the coolest things seen on ANY mobile phones!

Blackberry Storm – the perfect storm?

Blackberry mobile phones have always had a reputation for one massive feature: email. However, as of 2008, they’re going to be famous for something else. Y’see, in the Blackberry Storm, they’ve made something unique. It truly is a one of a kind mobile phone, with a clickable, MOVING screen. That’s right, when you press on the screen on the Blackberry Storm, it actually moves slightly into the body of the phone, meaning it feels like a real button, when you press on it. No other mobile phones can claim that feature, and it means that typing messages on the Blackberry Storm’s virtual keyboard feels exactly like a REAL keyboard. It’s truly a unique innovation, and it means that for emails on the Blackberry Storm (the real reason for any Blackberry’s existence), it feels simply superb. Other features include a 3 megapixel camera, HSDPA internet and GPS.

T-Mobile G1 vs Blackberry Storm – which one should YOU buy?

So, in this battle of innovation, which do you go for? The unique software of the T-Mobile G1 or the unique screen of the Blackberry Storm? Well, there are pros and cons to both mobile phones: the T-Mobile G1’s got a physical QWERTY keyboard, and the extra features that come with having Google Android, but it has the drawback of being a whole new operating system, and therefore, it’s still working out a lot of bugs from its systems. Meanwhile, the Blackberry Storm has that simply incredible screen, Blackberry email access, and is the better looking of the two mobile phones. So, in the end, it’s going to come down to personal choice, but being as objective as I can, I feel the Blackberry Storm is a smarter purchase than the T-Mobile G1.

Expert on mobile phones, having worked in the industry for over 7 years.

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