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Bold on Vodafone
Aug 8th, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

Blackberry bold 9900

It is almost certain that this news is going to be lapped up by everyone. Blackberry Bold 9900, otherwise called as the beast, is now available to pre-order from the Vodafone website.

The exact date of the launch is as yet unknown, but as per information doing rounds, the device would be launched by August 18th. The prices are listed on the website and the Bold 990 can be picked up on a contract that costs £41 a month.  The contract includes 1200 minutes, unlimited texts and 500 MB of mobile data.

This, however, doesn’t really compete with the offer on Bold with the competitor Three. The Blackberry is available on Three free on the One Plan for £40 a month. This plan includes 2000 minutes, 5000 texts, 2000 3-to-3 minutes and unlimited mobile data.

This handset is the new flagship smart phone from the stable of Blackberry. It runs on the new Blackberry OS 7. The features of the Blackberry Bold 9900 include a 2.8 inch touch screen, full QWERTY keyboard, 1.2 GHz processor, 768 MB of RAM and a 5 mega pixel camera.

How the handset would be received in the market is something that is sure to grasp your attention in the coming weeks. Keep tweeting and tuned to mobile hub!

Blackberry’s plans to take on competition
Aug 3rd, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

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Blackberry seems to set things moving in its efforts to take on iPhone and the success of Android smart phones.

The latest move spearheaded by the launch of five new handsets including Blackberry Torch 9850 and 9860 is an attempt in this direction. The all-new all-touch design includes the largest display ever on a Blackberry smart phone.

Reports suggest that that there is so much of excitement in Research In Motion (RIM) where the belief is that these powerful new smart phones would thrill customers with enriched mobile experiences.

Blackberry has packed these latest models with new electronics, a new processor. Also coming as part of the set up is the new software – OS 7 which as per claims is 100% faster than earlier phones.

Another important feature added to these new models is the near field communication – which gives the prospect of cashless transactions with the mere swipe of the phone as a card.

It is but obvious that there is so much pressure on RIM. There are job losses around the world and the march of the Android devices and iPhone has increased the stakes for Blackberry. It remains to be seen if these models help Blackberry gain the market.

BlackBerry Bold 9900 for £30 per month
Jul 23rd, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

Blackberry bold 9900

Prices for the thinnest and sleekest Smartphone, the BlackBerry Bold Touch 9900 have been finally out via uSwitch.com.

You can place your hands on the smartphone for free from T-Mobile on a £30.64 contract. Orange, O2 and Vodafone are also offering the device on £35 contract. It will also be available from Three, however its prices are yet to revealed.

The Smartphone is powered by 1.2 GHz processor, which ensures the speed of the Smartphone along with smartness. It has many firsts to its credits. It is the first slimmest phone from BlackBerry stable, which competes with latest release of iPhone in its design and structure.

The handset packs a 2.8-inch full touch-screen and a full QWERTY keyboard. It also features a 5 mega-pixel camera, 768MB of RAM and 8GB of onboard memory. BlackBerry is also throwing its hat into the ring to take maximum advantage of UK’s preparedness to support NFC enabled contact less payment systems.

It is the first BlackBerry Smartphone to be built on latest RIM operating system, BlackBerry OS 7.0 Operating System, which brings increased fastness to the tune of at least 1.6 times than the existing one. Again this is first Smartphone to come with full version of Docs To Go, which allows full version editing of MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint files.

The smartphone was anticipated to land the UK market on 12 August which now seems to hit the market by the month end according to uSwitch.com.

Cherry on the blackberry cake
Dec 21st, 2010 by Dipak Sarda

RIM Logo BlackBerry Torch 9800

Blackberry has always made it a point to come up with nice business phones. In line with its reputation, the new addition to the family is the Blackberry torch 9800. This 3G phone helps you access internet at high speeds and also make video calls this reducing the distance between your dear ones.

The storage is huge – 4 GB with 512 MB RAM and 512 MB ROM. There is a micro SD memory card slot that would help you increase up to 32 GB.  With such a huge space at your disposal, you can stop worrying about the space your song downloads are going to take!

The 5 MP in built camera comes with features like auto focus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, continuous auto focus and image stabilization. The operating system is Blackberry OS 6.0 with 624 MHz processor making it more advanced than the most. All this and more makes it a phone worthy a peek.

You can shop this and more at http://www.orangemobileshop.co.uk. Orange has come up with attractive deals for a contract of 24 months. Do stay glued to the mobile hub to know this and lot more!

Vodafone offers three more Blackberry mobiles on PAYG
Nov 9th, 2010 by Dipak Sarda

RIM Logo PAYG

Mobile service provider, Vodafone has more to offer on its PAYG range as it started offering three more RIM BlackBerry handsets – the Curve 9300, the Pearl 9105, and the Curve 8520.

All the three new additions are candybar models. The Curve 9300 priced at £230 is available in red and black while the Curve 8520 priced at £230 appears in black. Both the handsets have QWERRT keypads and 2.4-inch display screens with a 320 x 240 resolution.

The BlackBerry Pearl 9105 on the other hand has a smaller screen, looks slicker and still costs £230. The BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) which bundles email, apps and BlackBerry’s proprietary Instant Messaging Service is provided for free till June 2011 to those who buy the handsets on PAYG.

As a topping on the cake, Vodafone is providing a host of freebies too. The Vodafone Freebees includes as an example “Top up and Get Text and Web” offer. Users who top up with £10 get to have 300 free texts and 500MB monthly data allowance under this scheme.

BlackBerry gets BBC iPlayer app
Nov 7th, 2010 by Dipak Sarda

RIM Logo BBC

Here comes some good news for BlackBerry users who would love to watch TV programs while they are on the go in the form of the iPlayer app from BBC. The app launched by BBC allows BlackBerry Smartphone users to access the iPlayer television service on their devices.


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BlackBerry Storm2, BlackBerry Torch 9800, and the BlackBerry Bold 9700 are some of the handsets with which the iPlayer app is compatible.

Users with monthly contracts on Three and Vodafone networks will be enabled to access the iPlayer app through the 3G mobile phone network while people on the other networks will have to be content with watching The Apprentice, EastEnders or listen to Woman’s Hour over Wi-Fi.

BlackBerry App World, the app store from BlackBerry hosts the BBC iPlayer app for free download. Apple iPhone has already got a similar service in place and despite the fact that there is no official iPlayer for Android based devices, there are a host of workarounds which are used by users to access the catch-up television service.

Here comes some good news for BlackBerry users who would love to watch TV programs while they are on the go in the form of the iPlayer app from BBC. The app launched by BBC allows BlackBerry Smartphone users to access the iPlayer television service on their devices.

BlackBerry Storm2, BlackBerry Torch 9800, and the BlackBerry Bold 9700 are some of the handsets with which the iPlayer app is compatible.

Users with monthly contracts on Three and Vodafone networks will be enabled to access the iPlayer app through the 3G mobile phone network while people on the other networks will have to be content with watching The Apprentice, EastEnders or listen to Woman’s Hour over Wi-Fi.

BlackBerry App World, the app store from BlackBerry hosts the BBC iPlayer app for free download. Apple iPhone has already got a similar service in place and despite the fact that there is no official iPlayer for Android based devices, there are a host of workarounds which are used by users to access the catch-up television service.

Twitter For BlackBerry App Being Rolled Out
Jul 10th, 2010 by Dipak Sarda

RIM Logo Twitter

The official Twitter application for BlackBerry has been rolled out by Research in Motion (RIM), after its first appearance in beta form three months back.

It is reported that the Twitter app has been released by RIM for smartphone BlackBerry 1.0 and BlackBerry App World. A bunch of new features have been added during the beta stage so as to make the interface and functionality of the app much better.

The original version had all the basic functions that allow users to tweet, retweet, follow a fellow Twitter member, reply to a post, search, check topics, URL shortening and Auto-update along with integration into core BlackBerry applications, everything from their smartphone.

During the beta period, RIM tweaked and added a number of new features to the app taking users’ feedback into consideration which included auto-completion of user names, navigation hotkeys, geotagged tweets, spam flagging, support to view photos from Yfrog and Tweetphoto and a personal info guard to warn you while sharing personal details.

The final release of the app comes with add-on feature ‘Go to User’ through which the BlackBerry users can instantly access their personal accounts from anywhere in the application. Additionally, the application also supports different languages such as Dutch, Japanese, Indonesian, Korean, Russian, Portuguese (European) and Turkish.

The Candy bar Pearl
May 5th, 2010 by Uday Ananth

Blackberry Pearl 3GVodafone logo

Corporate phone maker RIM has confirmed that the new Blackberry Pearl 3G will be available on the Vodafone network by the end of this month.

The Blackberry Pearl 3G is the first business phone from RIM not featuring a full QWERTY layout, replaced by a 20 key alphanumeric keypad. The Pearl 3G also holds the distinction as the first smart phone supporting the Wi-Fi n standard.

The Blackberry Pearl 3G measures 108 x 50 x 13.33 mm and weighs in at 93 grams. The phone is rumoured to come with the new Blackberry OS 6.0 powered by a 624MHz processor. Reports also suggest that the Pearl 3G incorporates a 3.2 mega pixel camera with integrated flash and auto focus.

Other specifications include a 360×400 pixel display with a touch sensitive trackpad, microSD card slot, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3G and Bluetooth. The Pearl also features the SureType technology which enables simultaneous voice, data and email services. The phone also features a new web browser and social networking applications.

The Pearl 3G also comes with a refurbished device security system providing password protection and screen lock. This candy bar business phone will be available in Piano, Opal, Pink, Royal Purple, Flash White and Black.

Blackberry bold 9700, a quick look
Apr 24th, 2010 by Dipak Sarda

blackberry bold 9700

Blackberry has got a history of impressive gadgets that it cvan boast of and here comes another stunning creation from its stable, the Blackberry bold 9700. Powered by easy-to-use features and dashing designs, it is impressive.

A wonderful 3.2 megapixel camera helps you capture beautiful pictures as well as video clippings. Auto-focus and LED flash help you with crisp photos even during night time.

The 256 MB internal memory can be used for saving images, songs or videos and it can be bolstered by up to 16 GB using the memory card slot. The 2.44 inch TFT screen with 65,000 colours brings life to anything being viewed. And the typical QWERTY keyboard which is typical from Blackberry helps you type messages and mails with ease.

Available in black colour, the handset comes powered with a standard Li-ion battery with 6 hours of talk-time and a whopping 408 hours standby time. Blackberry maps, Organizer, MP3 ring tones, Document editor etc are all available. It is worth the money that it costs and can be a good pick.

Prices start from £28 a month on obil.co.uk

Blackberry Pearl 8120 O2 is a performer
Mar 8th, 2010 by Dipak Sarda

Bberry Pearl

The pioneer in mobile phone gadgets that cater to business communication along with a host of other multimedia capabilities has always been the favourite for corporate clients. The Blackberry has been handy for all those who need access to emails on the go along with entertainment on a mobile gadget.

And mind you, the Blackberry Pearl 8120 O2 is no different as it comes packed with features useful day in and day out to everybody who needs to be on his toes with communication. The ease-of-use is the USP for O2.

The Blackberry Pearl 8120 O2 comes with the QWERTY keyboard along with a 64 MB flash memory. Wi-Fi connectivity helps the O2 stand apart when compared to other Blackberry models and comes in very handy. Blackberry phones have been very popular for all official purposes and have been dubbed as Office Phones for all good reasons, though.

Blackberry Storm2 a complete dynamite
Mar 4th, 2010 by Dipak Sarda

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Another sliding gadget from stores of leading Smart Phones provider for Corporate World “BlackBerry” is BlackBerry Storm2. This sliding little piece has already started taking its place on store shelves of UK stores since October 2009.

With a hidden QWERTY keyboard under its slide, it carries BlackBerry’s trademark physical QWERTY Keypad along with improved large display, which enhances the joy of viewing photos, watching videos and surfing net.

Not only this, BlackBerry Storm2 with 3.2 Mp camera for capturing high resolution pictures, Wi-fi to connect to anywhere and everywhere and in-built GPS to guide you is a fully loaded dynamite of features.

It still retains the convenience of full QWERTY Keyboard for heavy messaging tasks. Pretty similar to T-Mobile MDA III for its shape and form factor, the Storm2 is definitely better than the earlier Storm Series. Enhanced larger views thanks to the large display along with heavy typing capability gives one of the rarest combinations in the market. BlackBerry Storm2, beating all its critics gives you optimum value proposition in terms of features and functionalities for the money you spend.

BBC to offer the iPlayer on Blackberry
Mar 2nd, 2010 by Dipak Sarda

Blackberry Storm 2

Do you feel left out with your Blackberry? As smart phones hog the limelight and continue to get all trendsetting applications, does Blackberry look like an endangered species of phones missing out on stuff similar to what is available on the smart phones? Here is a chance to rejoice as BBC offers the BBC iPlayer to Blackberry owners, albeit a little late in the game. BBC has been keen not to miss such an important opportunity so that it can continue to have its grip in a burgeoning market.

What it means is that people who use Blackberry need not be content with just checking the emails. They can rather catch up with the television programmes aired last night, thanks to the BBC iPlayer web portal designed for the users. The users need not download any dedicated mobile application and can rather get going from the phone’s browser.

The BBC iPlayer is a free-to-use service and it needs a decent Wi-Fi service to be able to operate. It enables Blackberry users to access the BBC catch-up service for Radio programmes and TV shows.

O2 finally apologises for bad network service levels
Dec 29th, 2009 by Mike Parker

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O2 has officially apologised to London users of its mobile phone network who have not been receiving a decent service. After the smart phone explosion, even making calls had become a problem in certain areas.

A nagging problem since the summer of 2009, a major uptake in smart phones (iPhone, Blackberry etc) had swamped the network bandwidth with data packets. The smartphones tend to constantly ping the main email and other data servers, thereby reducing the service levels for other users. Excessive data transfer means that even routine calls could be dropped due to insufficient bandwidth.

Throttling bandwidth at a user level would never have been popular, as most smart phone users pay a premium for their connections and expect data transfer to be seemlessly integrated with their phone.

O2 however did stop its users from using the Skype voice over ip software and also prevented users from using high bandwidth sites like YouTube. These steps were highly unpopular at that time and did not help resolve the issue. Emails are the main culprits.

O2 now says that a massive multi million pound investment is rapidly improving the service levels for its customers.

The Nokia-Siemens network that O2 uses is now being upgraded to better handle data and voice traffic.

This could potentially mean providing voice calls a priority over data packets.

Blackberry Storm vs Blackberry Storm 2
Oct 29th, 2009 by Pai Solebille

Blackberry Storm 1(vs) Blackberry Storm 2

The Blackberry Storm that was launched by Research In Motion (RIM), an year ago, was plagued with problems post release. The Storm was launched in a rush and hence the problems. The interface didn’t work as it should, the touch screen left a lot to be desired and the phone auto-rotate feature was too slow to respond.

The Storm 2 basically fixes all that. Technically Storm 2 is called the 9520 (The Strom 1 was a 9500). However its not just the look and feel that have been upgraded. The Storm 2 has loads of new features built in, which were not previously in the Storm 1. Looks wise, both of them have the exact same dimensions and weigh nearly the same.

For starters, the Storm 2 has a ‘flashlight’. Well that is called progress. What would one do without the flashlight feature on the phone.

The major new features are:

  • Flashlight
  • The camera on the Storm 2 has a led flash.
  • A new upgraded sensor for the auto-rotate
  • The new Blackberry messenger
  • Wi-Fi support
  • Additional WAP support
  • Higher 2GB memory

Essentially the Smart 2 fixes all the issues with the usability aspect of the Storm 1 plus adds in loads of new features.

If you are thinking of getting the Storm 1 (9500), don’t, get the Strom 2 instead.

Also interesting is the fact that, at the moment the Storm 1’s are more expensive to buy, compared to the Storm 2. (Source: www.obil.co.uk)

Blackberry 9000 Bold
Mar 25th, 2009 by Pai Solebille

Blackberry 9000 Bold
Manufacturer’s Description:

The Blackberry 9000 Bold is designed to organise connect and communicate like few other mobile phones on the marketplace today.  Make this stunning smartphone your smart choice and enjoy a huge range of brilliant applications all made highly accessible by the QWERTY keypad.  Applications like Microsoft Word and Excel high speed access to the internet and Wi-Fi are all included to make work and home easier.  Essential features such as integrated GPS 2.0-megapixel camera and an MP3 player are also part of the Blackberry Bold’s repertoire

Sleek dynamic design

Full QWERTY keyboard and Half VGA display

 Built-in GPS and BlackBerry Maps

Wi-Fi connectivity

2.0-megapixel camera

1GB of internal memory



Features:

Latest 3G Blackberry
Full QWERTY Keyboard
BlackBerry Maps
Built-in GPS
Blackberry Media Sync

Click here for Blackberry 9000 Bold deals from OBIL.co.uk

Blackberry 8900 Curve Javelin
Mar 19th, 2009 by Pai Solebille

Blackberry 8900 Curve Javelin
Manufacturer’s Description:

The BlackBerry 8900 Curve smartphone helps with a bigger more well-rounded mobile life!

If your always on the go and want to make life easier the BlackBerry Curve will help keep you connected to the people and information that matter! The impressive 2.4" display screen opens up a captivating window and the full QWERTY keyboard makes communicating easy with one or two-thumb typing.  Built for business capabilities like email conference calling and internet access you’ll have all you need to keep on top at work.

Keep the balance between work and play – stay in touch in real time with Windows Live Messenger. Equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity for high speed browsing and download ‘the curve’ allows you to search through Google or access social networking sites such as facebook anytime. When words aren’t enough take a picture via the 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus. You can even listen to your favorite music tracks with the MP3 player. With built-in GPS capabilities and BlackBerry Maps you get text-based turn-by-turn directions to help you figure out where you are and how to get where you need to be.

You’ll have all the features you need and want at your fingertips with the flexibility and freedom to manage your busy life and even have some fun along the way. Keep your finger on the pulse of what’s important to you! Admire the stylish and classy BlackBerry 8900 Curve smartphone which is easy-to-use

Use the full onscreen QWERTY keyboard to type messages easily and quickly

Access your emails on the go with fast Wi-Fi connectivity

Keep up to date with friends and family on your favorite social networking site

Captivate all your moments on the 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus

Never get lost with the built-in GPS for pre-installed BlackBerry maps

Features:

Full onscreen QWERTY keyboard
Wi-Fi Connectivity
BlackBerry Maps
3.2-megapixel camera
Video Recording

Click here for Blackberry 8900 Curve Javelin deals from OBIL.co.uk

Blackberry 8120 GPS Pink
Jan 20th, 2009 by Stuart Tottman

Blackberry 8120 GPS Pink
Manufacturer’s Description:

The BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8120 mobile phone has landed. If you’re looking for a mobile phone that can give you everything you need without sacrificing everything you want you’ve found the one.

The BlackBerry® Pearl™8120 Smartphone delivers amazing features for work and play. With push delivery technology for instant messaging emailing and the flexibility of being able to add up to 10 work and personal email addresses including Gmail™ and Google Talk™ accounts.

Finally let the BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8120 mobile phone wow you with exciting features.  It comes complete with advanced phone features multimedia digital camera video recording Wi-Fi capabilities and expandable memory.

Be amazed by the half-QWERTY keyboard design that keeps the mobile phone comfortably slim.

Play Video and Music files in a vivid colour and rich sound

Watch a news or sports clip while catching a bus to work

Use Roxio® Media Manager for quick CD ripping converting and transferring your music and video files to your mobile phone.

Exchange all multimedia files via bluetooth™

Capture those precious time with the 2.0-Megapixel camera

Features:

Amazing Smartphone
Email Accounts
Video Recording
BlackBerry? Maps
2.0-Megapixel Camera

Click here for Blackberry 8120 GPS Pink deals from OBIL.co.uk

Blackberry 9500 Storm
Sep 10th, 2008 by Pai Solebille

Blackberry 9500 Storm
Manufacturer’s Description:

Want incredible touch-sensitive power in your hands?

With the BlackBerry Storm Smartphone you can have it! It’s the first touch screen phone from BlackBerry. Feel the screen respond instantly to your touch and sense feedback on your fingertips with every keystroke! Scroll slide and press then click to make your selection all with a simple touch!  With such a responsive touch-screen navigating around your BlackBerry Storm is effortless! BlackBerry really have cooked up a ‘Storm’ with this one! Choose and switch as you wish from a full onscreen QWERTY keyboard to SureType messaging!

The 3.2 inch display screen proves an impressive window to a sky full of communication features. Stay in touch in real time with Windows Live Messenger AOL Google Talk Yahoo! Messenger and ICQ. Equipped with a supercharge 3G connection for high speed browsing and download allows you to view your emails search through Google or access social networking sites such as facebook anytime anywhere.

Did I mention it also has a 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus and a bright flash an MP3 player and internal and expandable memory and GPS with Blackberry maps pre-installed. Its built-in media player handles a number of music formats and can even synchronise with iTunes®.

Be wowed by the first fully touch-screen BlackBerry mobile phone

Use the full onscreen QWERTY keyboard to type messages easily and quickly

SureType allows you to quickly and accurately dial or type with a list of over 35 000 words

Access your emails on the go with supercharge 3G connection

Captivate all your moments on the 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus

Never get lost with the built-in GPS for pre-installed BlackBerry maps

Features:

First Touch-Screen BlackBerry
Supercharged 3G connectivity
Sure-Type keyboard
Full onscreen QWERTY keyboard
3.2-megapixel camera

Click here for Blackberry 9500 Storm deals from OBIL.co.uk

Blackberry 8110 GPS Pink Clearance
Aug 10th, 2008 by Pai Solebille

Blackberry 8110 GPS Pink Clearance
Manufacturer’s Description:

Plus FREE 14 day trial of CPW Navigator CLICK HERE for details.

The BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8110 mobile phone has landed. If you’re looking for a mobile phone that can give you everything you need without sacrificing everything you want you’ve found the one.

The BlackBerry® Pearl™8110 Smartphone delivers amazing features for work and play. With push delivery technology for instant messaging emailing and the flexibility of being able to add up to 10 work and personal email addresses including Gmail™ and Google Talk™ accounts.

Finally let the BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8110 mobile phone wow you with exciting features.  It comes complete with advanced phone features multimedia digital camera video recording and expandable memory.

Be amazed by the half-QWERTY keyboard design that keeps the mobile phone comfortably slim.

Play Video and Music files in a vivid colour and rich sound

Watch a news or sports clip while catching a bus to work

Use Roxio® Media Manager for quick CD ripping converting and transferring your music and video files to your mobile phone.

Exchange all multimedia files via bluetooth™

Capture those precious time with the 2.0-Megapixel camera

Features:

Amazing Smartphone
Email Accounts
Video Recording
BlackBerry? Maps
2.0-Megapixel Camera

Click here for Blackberry 8110 GPS Pink Clearance deals from OBIL.co.uk

Blackberry 8110 GPS Silver
Jun 9th, 2008 by Pai Solebille

Blackberry 8110 GPS Silver
Manufacturer’s Description:

Plus FREE 14 day trial of CPW Navigator CLICK HERE for details.

The BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8110 mobile phone has landed. If you’re looking for a mobile phone that can give you everything you need without sacrificing everything you want you’ve found the one.

The BlackBerry® Pearl™8110 Smartphone delivers amazing features for work and play. With push delivery technology for instant messaging emailing and the flexibility of being able to add up to 10 work and personal email addresses including Gmail™ and Google Talk™ accounts.

Finally let the BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8110 mobile phone wow you with exciting features.  It comes complete with advanced phone features multimedia digital camera video recording and expandable memory.

Be amazed by the half-QWERTY keyboard design that keeps the mobile phone comfortably slim.

Play Video and Music files in a vivid colour and rich sound

Watch a news or sports clip while catching a bus to work

Use Roxio® Media Manager for quick CD ripping converting and transferring your music and video files to your mobile phone.

Exchange all multimedia files via bluetooth™

Capture those precious time with the 2.0-Megapixel camera

Features:

Amazing Smartphone
Email Accounts
Video Recording
BlackBerry? Maps
2.0-Megapixel Camera

Click here for Blackberry 8110 GPS Silver deals from OBIL.co.uk

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