it looks like Blackberry Bold 9000.
but, is the QWERTY keyboard as big as the Bold 9000?
IMHO, Bold 9000 QWERTY keyboard has decent sizes and better ergonomic than Torch 9800, Bold 9700, Curve 3G, and others.
therealfun.com, 13 Jan 2011why this shape again?Shut up you Stupid! One thing that makes a phone Blackberry its his form, they are no gonna change that so easely...
even beter than droid pro
The Motorola Atrix was undoubtedly one of the biggest announcements at CES. We learned essentially everything about the device except where else other than AT&T it will be available and how much will it be.
It has shown up on Bell Canada's website and listed as coming soon, so Canadian consumers hoping for the Atrix can rest easy. It will be available in the coming months, laptop dock and all. The price is still unknown, but we'll keep you apprised if we hear anything else
blackberry you are soo far behind the game 256k resolution wtf are you serious the concept is exciting touch screen and keyboard and im glad you went back to the original bold size but come on same camera i bet the cpu is like 800mhz slow as hell the ram isnt sufficient enough for the market and a 1050 battery the original bold had a 1500 mah battery and i still have to charge my phone like twice a day when i am on 3g face it blackberry OS6 is good but not that good for a newer blackberry watz going on with a QNZ blackberry ill be waiting on that one
diesel55, 03 Oct 2010this is just a BB Bold 9000 with no trackball, how you will navigate?talking like you know everything.. clearly you didnt realise blackberrys use a touchpad now and not a ball..... look into it before writing thank youuuuu
Is this going to be using the ever-so-faithful 624mhz processor, again...?
stupid usual design ............... as per behavior of blackberry.
Camera ... Secondary Yes - I presume, this means video calling in 3g, that's revolution in BB - if it's true ;-)
a99, 27 Dec 2010bb curve 8520 is the (BEST)8520 is garbage upgrade to a bold
Blackberry need to start considering matching iPhone’s 4 UMTS bands and the new Nokia’s 5 UMTS bands if it is to be considered a truly international business device. In Australia we have 3 Carriers using different 3 different UMTS Freqs - 2100 MHz is common across all 3 carriers in metropolitan areas but 900 MHz and 850 MHz are used by different carriers to cover regional areas. Other than Apple and Nokia, it’s hard to find a handset to work best with all carriers in all mobile areas and when overseas. 4 or 5 UMTS bands aids versatility and reduces alliance on a single carrier. BB should join Apple and Nokia and go up a notch.