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Best BlackBerry Phone

evan kypreos


Blackberry may be having its ups and downs but it still maintains a strong and loyal user base, many of whom wouldn’t dream of jumping ship to an Android or iOS device. While Apple’s iPhone and new android flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S3 have garnered most of the attention, RIM’s BlackBerry devices still command respect, particularly in the corporate sphere. Even there Apple have begun to overtake them, however a BlackBerry phone is still one of the best business mobile productivity tools.

BlackBerry's core USPs – in particular their excellent keyboards, BBM (BlackBerry messenger) and instant email accessibility have come under fire by improved touch screen typing and a plethora of IM smartphone apps such as WhatsApp. To combat this BlackBerry are planning a whole new range of handsets based on new the BB10 OS with release date confirmed for the 30 January 2013. With plenty of leaks over the last few months of a new range of phones, such as the X10 and full touch Z10, anticipation is growing.

In the meantime we’ve put together a list of all the best BlackBerry phones on the market right now, all of which have gone through the rigorous and impartial TrustedReviews tests.

BlackBerry Bold 9900 10
The perfect combination of touchscreen and physical keyboard? Read on to find out.
BlackBerry Curve 9320
With long battery life, a good keyboard and easy to use interface, this is a great budget messaging oriented smartphone.
BlackBerry Bold 9790 8
BlackBerry's latest Bold is a budget alternative to the 9900 that combines a touchscreen with a full qwerty keyboard.
BlackBerry Torch 9860
The first proper touchscreen BlackBerry is here!
Blackberry Torch 9810
The Blackberry Torch is back, and this time it's got a faster processor and better screen.
BlackBerry Bold 9780
Another solid messaging oriented smartphone from the masters. Is that enough in this day and age, though?
BlackBerry Bold 9700
BlackBerry's new flagship smartphone is definitely one to look out for.
Blackberry Curve 3G 9330
BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 has added 3G support to its entry-level handset, but are the results any good?
BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9105
The Pearl 3G is a BlackBerry without a QWERTY keyboard, but is that a good thing?
BlackBerry Storm
The Storm is the first ever touchscreen BlackBerry, but was it worth the wait?
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