This week the world has seen several BlackBerry phones from the future. The phones that you’ll get to see in this post include the BlackBerry Torch 2, Storm 3, yet another Curve and last but not least, BlackBerry Dakota. We know about storms, curves and torches but Dakota is a different phone in a sense that it brings the non-slide qwerty keyboard with a touch-screen as well. Here come the details:
BlackBerry Curve is brand name close to heart for a lot of blackberry users. No matter how crazy smart-phones get, Curve series is a breathtaking success. This new BlackBerry curve in black color sounds very promising. The date of launch and availability is still not confirmed:
The new curve will have following specs:
- Screen resolution of 480×360 like current Bolds with HVGA display
- 5 megapixel camera with LED flash
- GSM/GPRS/EDGE on all four bands
- Tri-Band UMTS/HSPA 7.2 mbps
- Wifi a/b/g/n
- Bluetooth 2.1
- 512MB of eMMC, 512MB of RAM
- 5-megapixel camera with LED flash
- HVGA 480 x 360 display
- 1050 mAh battery
- 800MHz CPU – Tavor MG-1
- BlackBerry OS 6.1
- 11mm thin
If you have recently stepped into the world of BlackBerry devices, you should definitely spend some time going through these beginners tutorials. If you have upgraded recently to OS 6, it is worth it exploring the new features with these tutorials. Tips and tricks for your BlackBerry phone will help you save time and will improve your BlackBerry experience.
How many times you use “space” key to type “@” in email addresses or “.” in the URL fields? Simple questions like how to turn on the num-lock or caps lock are answered in these simple tutorials.
These interactive demos are life savers for anyone who is looking for beginners help.
Select your device from the list below to open BlackBerry 101 page for your device:
BlackBerry Beginner’s Tutorials
Canada based Research In Motion announces the launch of BlackBerry curve 9300 and this 3G phone worth $399 is available on Rogers contract for as low as $79.99. RIM’s site still says “Coming Soon” in USA.
The phone looks pretty similar to Bold 9700. A quick look at the phone comparison shows that it is pretty much a BlackBerry bold 9700 with only a lower resolution screen (320×240), lower resolution camera (2 megapixel), a lower battery capacity and it doesn’t come with a holster in standard packaging.
You can see the detailed comparison of the two devices here.