In Review: BlackBerry Phones
BlackBerry users still exist in the world despite the decline of such users in 2006 because of the emergence of the Android line. RIM started fighting back a few years ago by creating a multitude of large display, high-tech devices that could compete with smartphones that had a different OS. The company has several new phones that may appeal to today's smartphone users. The following is some information on three of the newest BlackBerry devices:
The BlackBerry Passport
The passport is a powerful smartphone for users who appreciate the physical keyboard and a fair-sized keyboard. The Passport has touchscreen capabilities and a physical keypad on the bottom for users who enjoy the classic specs and features. The unit has the BlackBerry 10 OS as well as a hefty 3GB of RAM and a 2.2 GHz quad-core processor. Its body consists of sleek and slim aluminum casing. Additionally, the Passport has a powerful 13-megapixel camera and a collection of apps that include Adobe Reader, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon and more. Users can set alarms and notifications, as well. The Passport is perfect for consumers who love elegance and power. The phone comes in red, black or white and costs about $500 direct from the company.
The BlackBerry Classic
The BlackBerry Classic is a phone that is perfect for people who love the original models. It comes with the physical keypad and a 3.5-inch screen. The battery life on the phone is amazing as it gets about 22 hours of life. The unit's storage capacity is large enough to accommodate 16 GB of storage. The 8-megapixel camera is good enough to take a collection of memorable pictures for a personal collection. The classic BlackBerry is much less costly than the previously mentioned phone is. One can pick up a classic BlackBerry for about $379.
The BlackBerry Leap
The BlackBerry Leap is a masterpiece and a powerhouse concerning typing abilities, space and performance. Users enjoy features such as a 5-inch screen, 16 GB of storage, an 8-megapixel camera and more than 25 hours of battery life. Consumers prefer the BlackBerry Leap over other models because they desire a large screen. The cost of the device is $199 directly from BlackBerry.
Shoppers can invest in any of the previously mentioned devices depending on their preferences. They all have positive reviews from BlackBerry enthusiasts who have tried them.