The latest Blackberry Smartphone reviews at PC Advisor. Smartphone user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison
Everyone at PC Advisor has had a gawp at the latest BlackBerry, and it would be fair to say reactions have been mixed.
The latest BlackBerry has seen its weight slashed to 89g, as light as any standard mobile handset. Add the polished black exterior and it's bound to catch the eye.
RIM's (Research In Motion's) BlackBerry Curve, also known as the BlackBerry 8300, is a full-keyboard smartphone that's both delightful and perplexing.
The BlackBerry Curve 8310 is the latest consumer smartphone from RIM, boasting email, internet, 3Mp camera and satellite-navigation capabilities. It's also the first…
RIM’s sleek-looking BlackBerry Pearl has been given a makeover, re-emerging as the much improved BlackBerry Pearl 8120.
The eagerly awaited BlackBerry Bold 9000 continues RIM's legacy for qwerty smartphones - and may be its best yet.
The BlackBerry Storm 9500 is something of a departure for RIM, and not just because it's the first touchscreen BlackBerry
£300 inc VAT
The BlackBerry Bold 9900’s superb keyboard, fantastic design and great display make it without a doubt the best BlackBerry ever produced.
The BlackBerry Bold 9780 looks identical to its Bold 9700 predecessor, but features more memory and the new BlackBerry 6 OS. A refreshed home screen, various software…
£325 inc VAT
Properly pocket-sized devices that fulfil the vast bulk of our communication and contacts needs have quickly become something that mobile business users depend upon.
£149 inc VAT
The innovative rollerball of the BlackBerry Pearl has been retained in the BlackBerry 8820. This larger screen allows you to comfortably view plenty of information.
£20 inc VAT
So much about the RIM BlackBerry 8830 World Edition is familiar. But one aspect is very foreign - and therein lies this Sprint phone's appeal.
£150 inc VAT
A voice-over-Wi-Fi feature makes the already excellent BlackBerry Curve even better.
£350 inc VAT
Clearly focused on the consumer market, the BlackBerry Pearl 8110 is a petite and good-looking smartphone. The Vodaphone version comes with Telmap navigation software…
The BlackBerry Pearl smartphone isn't new, but the flip, or clamshell, design of the BlackBerry Pearl 8220 Flip certainly represents a big change for the leading…
Research In Motion came out with some brand-new BlackBerry handset designs last year that diverted attention from what it does best: make solid business smartphones…
The Research in Motion BlackBerry Tour is RIM's new CDMA BlackBerry device. The BlackBerry Tour 9630 melds the best of the BlackBerry Bold and the BlackBerry Curve…
The BlackBerry Bold 9700 has a glamorous black interface highlighting its large application icons and smart frets dividing the rows of characters on the keypad.
The beautifully built BlackBerry Pearl 3G smartphone could be a valiant attempt to attract buyers more accustomed to old-school texting via an alpha-numeric keypad.
£299 inc VAT
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 from Research in Motion is available on O2, and is the 'thinnest and lightest' BlackBerry smartphone to date.
£391 inc VAT
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