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Blackberry Key2 LE

Blackberry Key2 LE

The mid-range BlackBerry Key2 LE has the key features of the $649 Key2, including the same improved physical keyboard (although you can’t use it as a trackpad), and the security features. Its 3,000mAh battery lasts up to 22h per charge. It will be available for $399.

BlackBerry Key2

BlackBerry Key2

The BlackBerry Key2 has a significantly wider and flatter keyboard compared to the one on its predecessor, making for a better typing experience. It also has a new shortcut key so you can swap between apps much faster, and a battery that lasts up to 2 days per charge.

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BlackBerry KEYOne Black Edition

BlackBerry KEYOne Black Edition

The definitive version of BlackBerry’s 2017 flagship smartphone doesn’t just have an all-black exterior. Its RAM has been upgraded from 3GB in the standard version to 4GB, and its storage from 32GB to 64GB. The upgrade makes for a snappier and more reliable device.

Blackberry Priv

Blackberry Priv

Blackberry’s first Android smartphone. The Priv has a 5.4″ 2560×1440 AMOLED screen, a 3410mAh battery, a microSD slot, an 18MP rear camera with optical image stabilization and Blackberry’s familiar physical keyboard and enterprise-level security.

BlackBerry Classic

BlackBerry Classic

The successor to the Bold 9900, the BlackBerry Classic has a 3.5″ touchscreen, the dependable BlackBerry keyboard and trackpad, an 8MP rear camera and access to both BlackBerry World and the Amazon App Store. Skip to 2:34.

BlackBerry Passport

BlackBerry Passport

As large as an actual passport, the Passport a 4.5″ 1440×1440 touchscreen and a physical keyboard that doubles as a trackpad. It also has a 3,450mAh battery and access to the Amazon Appstore. More here.

BlackBerry Z10

BlackBerry Z10

BlackBerry’s relaunch kicks off with its touchscreen Z10. Offers a 1280×756, 4.2-inch display, a 1.5GHz dual-core CPU, and the new BlackBerry 10 OS, for quick juggling between work and personal tasks.

Porsche Design x Blackberry

Porsche Design x Blackberry

RIM and Porsche Design have created the sexiest Blackberry yet: the P’9981. Has 1.2GHz CPU, 768MB RAM, a 2.44″ touchscreen, 8GB storage with a microSD slot and a 5mp camera with flash.

BlackBerry PlayBook

BlackBerry PlayBook

The PlayBook has a 7″ screen, a 1GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB RAM, two cameras, Flash support, and syncs with Blackberry smartphones. It works with Blackberry Enterprise out of the box.

Concept: B100 Blackberry Case

Concept: B100 Blackberry Case

One of four finalists in a Blackberry case design contest, the B100 unabashedly evokes memories of those awful 1980s brick phones. The non-functional retractable antenna is a nice touch.

OnStar Mobile

OnStar Mobile

OnStar’s Mobile app for iPhone, Storm, and Droid literally plugs you into your Chevy Volt: start or charge the car, lock/unlock the doors, or check battery levels, range, and MPG.

Blackberry Curve 8530

Blackberry Curve 8530

Blackberry’s Curve 8530 does a double debut today at both Verizon ($99 on 11/20) and Sprint (price TBA); they both feature an optical trackpad, EVDO Rev.A, Wi-Fi, and 2 MP camera.

Switched-On Ringtones

Switched-On Ringtones

Switched-On Ringtones is pure analog heaven for your iPhone, Palm, or BB: it packs in 75 blips, sequences, and effects made by vintage Moog, Arp, Roland, and Korg synthesizers.

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Blackberry Bold 9700

Blackberry Bold 9700

Available November with AT&T and T-Mo, BlackBerry’s Bold 9700 is a slimmer version of the first Bold with a 480×320 screen, trackpad, faster CPU, OS 5.0, 3.2 MP camera, 3G and Wi-Fi.

Blackberry Storm 2

Blackberry Storm 2

The Blackberry Storm 2 is now official: it looks the same as the first Storm, but boasts updated electronic SurePress screen, Wi-Fi, 256MB flash memory, and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR1.

Blackberry Desktop: Mac

Blackberry Desktop: Mac

It’s about time: Blackberry Desktop Manager brings USB/Wi-Fi syncing to Mac apps including iCal, Address Book and Entourage, along with music and playlists via iTunes.

BlackBerry Tour 9630

BlackBerry Tour 9630

Double trouble with the BlackBerry Tour 9630, announced by both Sprint and Verizon; it’ll run on EV-DO and HSPA networks, which means 3G connectivity both in the US and abroad.

Leaked AT&T Phones

Leaked AT&T Phones

Engadget has dug up a treasure trove of new phones for AT&T, most due to release 2H 2009; among them: the Palm Eos, the Nokia Mako, the HTC Lancaster and the Blackberry Onyx.

Skype for iPhone/BB

Skype for iPhone/BB

Skype’s long-overdue official app for the iPhone is a reality today (with Blackberry in May), but it comes with a catch: you’ll only be able to use it over Wi-Fi, so no 3G or EDGE calls.

Blackberry 8900 Curve II

Blackberry 8900 Curve II

The Blackberry Curve 8900 is now available at T-Mobile, but will be limited to 5 per store; this full-QWERTY smartphone features a 2.4″ screen, trackball, 3.2 MP camera, Wi-Fi and aGPS.

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BlackBerry Bold Smart Skin

BlackBerry Bold Smart Skin

Case-mate’s BlackBerry Bold Smart Skin case features a laser-cut cover that lets backlighting through; we also dig the Carbon Fiber texture which is similar to their Vroom case.

Blackberry Curve 8320

Blackberry Curve 8320

Blackberry’s Curve 8320 is now available with AT&T, specifically for use with its Wi-Fi hotspots including Starbucks and Barnes & Nobles; also: QWERTY keypad, bluetooth, 2MP camera.

Blackberry 8530i

Blackberry 8530i

The wait is over for push-to-talk fans: BlackBerry’s Curve 8350i is official and will be available to Sprint customers this week, and features Wi-Fi plus Group Connect with up to 20 people.

Blackberry Bold

Blackberry Bold

The Blackberry Bold is officially coming to AT&T 10/27 according to sources via BGR. Although it won’t have a touchscreen like the Storm, it’ll get 3G, internal GPS and Wi-Fi.

BlackBerry Storm 9530

BlackBerry Storm 9530

Boy Genius Report has snagged some BlackBerry Storm 9530 docs with specs and more; it’ll sport a 3.25″ 480×360 screen, portrait and landscape views, and a 3.2 MP camera.

BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220

BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220

BlackBerry fans rejoice: RIM’s Pearl Flip 8220 (formerly Kickstart) will be available to T-Mobile customers this fall. It’s a quad-band 3G phone with a 320×240 display and Wi-Fi.

Nokia E71/Blackberry Bold

Nokia E71/Blackberry Bold

Choosing between Nokia and Blackberry? BGR’s E71 vs. Bold comparo is worth a read. Conclusion: the E71 is the best phone ever to run S60, but the Bold remains king for business users.

Blackberry Curve Sunset

Blackberry Curve Sunset

T-Mobile’s got a red-colored variant of the Blackberry Curve called “Sunset”. The internals are all the same; this is just for those who are tired of the standard gold or titanium.

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