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For those who use their phones for more than just calling and texting, the Blackberry line keeps you organised, on the internet, and always in touch. When you need all your data at your fingertips, you need the Blackberry Bold 9780. With everything you expect from the Blackberry name and the apps that make a mobile phone not just functional but fun, the Blackberry Bold 9780 has it all.
Blackberry Bold 9780 Specifications
- Condition: Brand New
- Network Support: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G, HSDPA 900 / 2100
- Network Lock: Unlocked
- Network Branding: Unbranded
- Weight: 122g
- Dimensions: 109 x 60 x 14 mm
- Handset Type: Classic
- Camera: 5.0 MP
- Bluetooth: Yes, V2.1 with A2DP
- Internal Memory: 512MB
- Card Slot: Yes. Up to 32GB MicroSD
- Operating System: Blackberry OS
- Features: Email, GPRS, GPS, Java, MMS, MP3 Player, Qwerty Keyboard, Speakerphone, USB, Video Camera, WiFi
- Warranty: 24 Months - Manufacturer
Blackberry Bold 9780 Best Features
The best features of the Blackberry Bold 9780 are what you expect from a Blackberry of any sort; it keeps you organised and all your data in one place. You can use your Blackberry Bold 9780 for calendaring while messaging friends or composing an email to a co-worker; all your contacts are in one place and easy to find. You can also easily check your Facebook and other social media and then watch a quick video while stuck in traffic.
As you would expect with a Blackberry Bold 9780, you have Wi-Fi built in along with a Bluetooth for easy communications. The 3G network keeps you in touch and the GPS lets you know where you're going. A 2.44" TFT display is easy to read no matter your environment, and the 5 megapixel camera means not needing to carry extra devices when on the road. For the best prices and fastest delivery of the Blackberry Bold 9780, shop MobileCiti. They deliver to all of Australia so you'll get your phone fast when you shop MobileCiti.
Blackberry Curve 8520 - functional convenience with a lots of additional extras!
For those that just can’t say goodbye to the traditional handset or have fallen for the full QWERTY handset offered by Blackberry and for those looking for a mobile phone with loads of functionality and a modest price- you can’t go past the Blackberry Curve 8520. Check out it’s specifications for yourself to see why the Blackberry Curve 8520 is so popular in Australia:
Blackberry Curve 8520 Specifications
Condition: Brand New
Network Support: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
Network Lock: Locked to Boost Mobile - Australia
Network Branding: Boost Mobile
Dimensions: 109 x 60 x 13.9 mm
Handset Type: Classic
Camera: 2.0 MP
Bluetooth: Yes, V2.0 with A2DP
Internal Memory: 256MB
Card Slot: Yes. Up to 32GB MicroSD
Operating System: Blackberry OS
Features: Email, GPRS, Java, MMS, MP3 Player, Qwerty Keyboard, Speakerphone, USB, Video Camera, WiFi
Warranty: 12 Months - Manufacturer
What the Blackberry Curve 8520 specifications equate to
While the Blackberry Curve 8520 might look good on paper in it’s specifications, it looks and feels even better in the hand. The Blackberry Curve 8520 is perfect for the classic or Blackberry handset lover who wants to enjoy it’s traditional set up as well as the many modern conveniences that mobile phones now offer.
The clever Blackberry Curve 8520 will connect to your homes wireless internet or WiFi where accessible so that you can enjoy the internet and all of it’s perks and fun at your fingertips where ever you are. It also has a handy 2MP camera for those quick snap shots that just must be captured as well as video recording capabilities, a media player, Bluetooth for wireless headsets and a microSD memory card for expanding memory. It’s a great little business and personal phone that everyone in Australia just can’t get enough of!
Better yet, the Blackberry Curve 8520 can be picked up in Australia for less than $150 right now - so upgrade to the Blackberry Curve 8520 and you’ll never look back!
Christmas gift ideas - Cheap mobile phone from Mobileciti
The 2011 Christmas season has already arrived, and it is a great time to buy a new phone for a loved one or yourself! Apple's iPhone is the dominant player in the mobile phone market, but you can also choose from a great range of Android smartphones from brands like Samsung, HTC, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and LG. Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 platform also offers plenty to get excited about and Blackberry range for business. We round-up the best mobile phones on the market this Christmas.
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Posted: November 08, 2011||
The Blackberry Bold 9900 is certainly bold in style and performance. The creators of the Blackberry Bold 9900 have obviously grabbed the smart phone craze with both hands and created an extraordinary combination of a traditional Blackberry mobile phone and a modern smart phone to rival any other on the market. For the ultimate in performance and the tried and tested Blackberry mobile phone reliability that we all know and trust- the Blackberry Bold 9900 is a wise investment for those looking to update!
Key features of the Blackberry Bold 9900
- High resolution touchscreen plus a wide full QWERTY keyboard.
- Blackberry Bold 9900 is the thinnest Blackberry ever
- 8GB onboard memory- option to increase that to 32GB
- 2.8” display
- 1.2GHz Processor
- 5MP Camera
- Video recorder- 720p HD Recording
- Enhanced Blackberry Software v7
- WiFi 2.4GHz GPS, Bluetooth
- NFC (Near felid communication)
Who will the Blackberry Bold 9900 be popular with?
If you’ve used a Blackberry mobile phone in the past and loved it for it’s simple, reliable interface, security and easy communication tools, then you’ll love the Blackberry Bold 9900. We envisage the Blackberry Bold 9900 will be most popular with those people who like to use a full QWERTY keyboard already but who still want to be able to have an interactive and fun smart phone. It’s perfect for those in business, who also love to play and relax in their free time!
The Best bits about the Blackberry Bold 9900
As far as a Blackberry mobile phone goes, the Blackberry Bold 9900 has stepped it up a notch in the power and performance stakes. The Blackberry mobile phone has always had a great reputation for instantaneous emailing and great security etc, but with it’s 1.2GHz Processor and touch screen to boot, the Blackberry Bold 9900 launches a once business phone into a lifestyle phone.
We love that Blackberry are keeping up with all the other smart phones on the market with a quality in built camera and video recorder and with the introduction of NFC (Near Felid Communication)- the next big thing in smart phones- so the Blackberry Bold 9900 will keep up in the months and years to come, rather than be outdated in a matter of weeks!
The great Blackberry mobile phone software and it’s stylish slim line looks, round out our favorite things about the Blackberry Bold 9900.
Blackberry Playbook P100 Tablet
With all the fuss surrounding the launch of the iPad 2 and Android 3-based tablets of late, you’d be forgiven for thinking there were no other platforms in the tablet market. This is far more than a two-horse race, however, and the latest to the starting gate is none other than RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook.
On the outside, it’s typical BlackBerry fare, expertly built with a flat back finished in matte, soft-touch plastic. With a 7in screen it’s smaller than most tablets we’ve seen recently, but this means it’s a lot more portable too – just 10.4mm thick and weighing 425g, it won’t quite fit in a jacket pocket but it’s not far off.
It might not look luxurious, but it’s much nicer to hold than the plasticky 7in Samsung Galaxy Tab (web ID: 362461). The quality is just what we’d expect from a manufacturer so well-versed in the art of producing corporate hardware.
Around the edges of the PlayBook you’ll find volume, playback and power controls and a 3.5mm headphone socket on the top edge, with a docking connector, micro USB and Micro HDMI sockets at the bottom. On the rear panel is a 5-megapixel camera, and there’s a 3-megapixel unit up front.
Under the hood there’s the now-customary dual-core 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. A six-axis gyroscope handles motion sensing duties, and you get GPS plus dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for connectivity. Initially, RIM will be launching the PlayBook as a Wi-Fi-only device, with a 3G version promised further down the track.
Turn it on and the screen impresses immediately. It’s an IPS panel, just like the iPad 2’s, and with a resolution of 1,024 x 600 it’s only slightly down on pixel count. Impressively, though, it’s brighter.
Using a colorimeter, we measured a pure white screen and recorded a maximum brightness of 600cd/m2; to compare, the iPad 2 gained 411cd/m2, while the best Android 3 device we’ve seen – the Asus Eee Pad Transformer – came in at 328cd/m2.
The PlayBook’s screen does have a weakness, however: colour reproduction. Whites look slightly yellow, and reds and blues take on what we can only describe as a slightly “off” tone. This is a very small complaint, though, and otherwise the display is superb.
The main camera, meanwhile, shoots excellent 1080p video, but the 5-megapixel stills are considerably more iffy, with a noticeable grain and soft focus. Battery life is good but not stellar: playing a low-resolution video on loop, the PlayBook lasted 7hrs 43mins – a long way behind the iPad 2, the Xoom and others.
BlackBerry Tablet OS
The most interesting aspect of the PlayBook isn’t the hardware, but the platform. BlackBerry Tablet OS is what sets the PlayBook apart, and RIM looks to have done a very nice job with it indeed.
The key here is its simplicity. When you fire up the PlayBook, the first screen you come to is a vertically scrolling iOS-esque app launch grid. Above sits a list of four categories – All, Favourites, Media and Games – and at the top of the screen is a status bar, complete with clock and date. You can swipe left and right to navigate to the different categories, drag a finger down from the top to pull down the settings, and that’s about it. It takes a matter of moments to get to grips with.
Only when you start to fire up apps do the fireworks start, however. Within any app, drag a finger up from the below the screen (the screen bezel is touch sensitive, not just the surface of the display), and the multitasking view appears, with thumbnails of each running app displayed in a scrollable carousel across the middle of the screen.
Switching between tasks is then a simple matter of swiping to the one you want and tapping it. You can launch new apps using the minimized app launch menu at the bottom, and end any running app with a dismissive upwards flick of a digit. It’s an approach very similar to Palm smartphones running webOS, and it works just as well here on the big(ish) screen.
Other elements of the UI are equally successful: the keyboard, though small, feels wonderfully responsive under the finger. We were typing away as accurately as we’ve managed on any of the larger-screened tablets we’ve used recently. Accessing and, crucially, understanding the device’s settings is as easy as pie.
The browser is excellent too, with support out of the box for Flash 10.1, quick load times and smooth panning and zooming. The full BBC homepage loaded in an average of eight seconds, and the PlayBook completed the SunSpider test in two seconds, backing up our initial impressions.
A Bridge too far?
The biggest difference between the PlayBook and the army of other tablets, however, is that it isn’t intended to be used to be used as a standalone device at all. You can only unleash its full potential by partnering it with a BlackBerry handset.
In fact, at least with the current software, you won’t be able access your BlackBerry email, calendars, contacts and tasks at all unless you first install BlackBerry Bridge on a compatible BlackBerry smartphone and pair the two over Bluetooth. Once this is set up, emails and messages are delivered as they would be on your phone, but through apps enhanced for display on the larger screen of the PlayBook. You can also tether your PlayBook to your BlackBerry handset, piggybacking on its 3G internet connection.
To many users, particularly security-conscious corporates, bridging will make a lot of sense, with email and sensitive data stored only on one device, making it easier to manage and secure in the event of loss or theft. But the need for the Bridge connection will restrict its appeal initially – native apps are coming to the platform in a future software update, but RIM has given no firm timescale as to when.
It’s a similar situation with apps. The numbers are on the thin side right now, but that has the potential to grow rapidly, and the reason for this is that RIM has built into its new Tablet OS compatibility with Android apps.
The PlayBook won’t run the Android Market in the same way as a native Android tablet or smartphone can, but after repackaging their apps and submitting them to RIM, developers can have them hosted on BlackBerry App World too. That should mean the numbers ramp up pretty quickly.
Coupled with its fabulous screen, superb new UI and performance, and a compact, lightweight form factor, that means the PlayBook has serious potential. The messaging and BlackBerry Bridge worked well on the Wi-Fi version we had to test, and its corporate credentials mean it will certainly be very popular among the pinstriped types.
Posted: October 24, 2011||
The Blackberry Torch 9860 brings the Blackberry mobile phone into the touch phone era. Unlike the many Blackberry mobile phone’s before it, the Blackberry Torch 9860 has done away with the traditional physical keyboard and traded it up for a bigger better screen, with a touchphone keypad that boasts amazing performance and a stylish look as well!
The Blackberry Torch 9860 at a Glance
Want to know what you get for your buck with the Blackberry Torch 9860? In addition to a great looking phone that boasts the traditional Blackberry mobile phone interface and ecosystem, some of the other great features users enjoy include:
- High-resolution 800x480 WVGA pixel color display- All-touch screen
- Easy to use optical trackpad for web browsing
- Covered by Wi-Fi
- Built-in GPS functionality- Includes BlackBerry® Maps
- A diverse variety of audio formats, video formats and picture formats
- 768 MB RAM memory, 4 GB eMMC
- Expandable memory up to 32 GB with a microSD memory card
- Up to 6.8 hours talk time
- Up to 13.5 days standby time
- Music playback: Up to 44 hours
- Video playback: Up to 6.6 hours
What people are saying about the Blackberry Torch 9860
The Blackberry Torch 9860 is most highly respected for it’s great hardware and display clarity. The 3.7in LCD display with a 800x480pixel resolution, gives it a pixel density of 253ppi which ensures the imagery is bright, colorful, detailed and smooth. The larger screen size also makes it superior to other phones it competes with for web browsing and reading long emails.
As far as hardware goes, it’s 1.2GHz processor and 768MB of RAM make operation almost instantaneous, web browsing remarkably fast and gaming a joy. The 5MP rear camera has an LED flash with zero shutter lag, continuous auto focus, face detection, image stabilization and more, while it also handles 720p video recording with ease.
You can also personalise your Blackberry mobile phone by downloading games, social networking apps, themes, business apps and more from BlackBerry App World. There’s also great opportunities to simplify your life and business commitments by synchonising your BlackBerry smartphone with your computer using Blackberry computer software and business software.
On the whole, the Blackberry Torch 9860 is a great investment in your personal communications as well as you life. The Blackberry Torch 9860 is every bit of technical hardware and software you need to get through each day!
When you first look at the Blackberry Torch 9800, you’ll see that it’s quite a large phone, and especially when the sliding QWERTY keyboard is extended, it’s much bigger than the iPhone 4 which it’s competing against. You’ll also find the Blackberry Torch 9800 heavier than the iPhone weighing in at 161g. So what could possibly cause people to want to buy this monster over the sleek design of the Apple?
Well Blackberry mobile phones have obviously decided that people still love a physical keyboard. In fact, many a Blackberry Torch 9800 review draws on the fact that you get the best of both worlds with the Torch. A touch screen and a keyboard. They have a point, because a lot of business users do actually prefer a keyboard, which can be quicker to type on than the fiddly touch screen keyboards.
The Blackberry Torch 9800 comes with a large memory of 4GB, a 5-megapixel camera and LED Flash, and a decent processor, so it’s no slouch. This is definitely a solid player in the business phone market, plus for fun it can sync with an iTunes library and is available in black.
Condition Brand New Network Support 2G Quadband, 3G, 850Mhz Network Lock Unlocked Network Branding Unbranded Weight 161g Dimensions 111 x 62 x 14.6 mm Handset Type Slide Camera 5.0 MP Bluetooth Yes, V2.1 with A2DP Internal Memory 4GB Card Slot Yes. Up to 32GB MicroSD Operating System Blackberry OS Features Email, GPRS, GPS, Java, MMS, MP3 Player, Qwerty Keyboard, Speakerphone, USB, Video Camera, WiFi Warranty 24 Months - Manufacturer