Top Blackberry smartphones

We roundup the best BlackBerry smartphones on the market

BlackBerry smartphones, manufactured by Canadian company Research in Motion (RIM) have a rich history in delivering excellent e-mail capabilities. Previously considered purely business or corporate devices, the latest range of Blackberry smartphones attempt to appeal to regular consumers, headed by the flagship BlackBerry Torch 9800, which combines a full QWERTY keyboard with a touch screen.

We roundup the best BlackBerry smartphones currently available in Australia.

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Research In Motion BlackBerry Bold 9900

The BlackBerry Bold 9900’s superb keyboard, fantastic design and great display make it without a doubt the best BlackBerry ever produced. However, it's still very tough to recommend this over iPhone and Android alternatives when you take into account the software, and the lack of third-party apps available.

  • Review Date:
  • Reviewer:
  • Manufacturer:
  • 7th Sept., 2011
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Research In Motion
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  • Price:
  • Pros:
  • Superb design
  • Fantastic keyboard
  • Bright and crisp display
  • Cons:
  • No Flash support
  • Limited third-part app selection
  • UI sometimes confusing
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