Whether you are a business person who wants secure email or a teenager who wants to keep in constant touch with friends, with BlackBerry Messenger (or BBM) and secure email, RIM’s range of smartphones offers features designed to appeal to the terminal messenger.
But if you are looking to buy a BlackBerry smartphone soon, what should you go for? There are several on the market all with different features and price points.
To help we’ve put together a short guide looking at the key features of three of RIM’s finest phones.
We start with the BlackBerry Curve 9360. The Curve range is RIM’s entry-level sub-brand and the 9360 includes a boosted 800Mhz processor, 2.5-inch screen and full QWERTY.
Our next phone is the BlackBerry Torch 9860, RIM’s latest full touchscreen effort, so there’s no full QWERTY keyboard, instead you navigate using the 3.7-inch screen and you get a fast 1.2Ghz processor.
The final phone we’re looking at is the top-end BlackBerrry Bold 9900, which combines high-quality build with a full QWERTY keyboard.
So if you are stumped as to which BlackBerry to choose, check out the video below: