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Good value96% agree

Long battery life92% agree

Small form factor86% agree

608 Reviews


Excellent Phone

This phone is perfectly fit in your hand and sound grate. I just use it for oversea travelling where you will only have 2G and 3G service. Battery is long lasting for two days to talk. Two Tums Up!!

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Working great. Thanks

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Great phone.

This is a great item and I am glad I decided to purchase it. I have always been a fan of blackberry and I do not like android phones . I like the ease of use of this phone and the size of the screen is better then the one I had before. I like the front facing camera as well.Read full review...


Great hybrid phone with touchscreen and keyboard

If you’re a fan of BlackBerry, then you will love this phone.

-It has both the QWERTY keyboard and a touch screen keyboard.
-It has the classic touch-sensitive trackpad
-4G Data
-5 megapixel camera with flash
-Wi-Fi connectivity
-Expandable up to 32 GIGS with a microSD card

-It is sort of bulky because of the extended keyboard

Overall, this phone is a hybrid containing the touchscreen and keyboard. If you're interested in BlackBerry products, then you should check out this phone.
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Great Value for the Money

I needed a good working phone.I used to have this same phone which I lost I decided to buy another.I had the docking station and didn't want to spend more money for all the other kinds of attachments when you buy a new/used phone. The battery life on this phone lasts better than the other phones I used to own. It works very well when talking to people and has great speakers to listen to music.Read full review...


Want a Blackberry? This is the one

Not really a Blackberry fanatic, but this one is definitely the best of it's kind. The touch and awesome Blackberry QWERTY combo makes it a must have for everyone out there who's interested in Blackberrys.

The build quality is great with the metallic finish on the sides. The rubbery battery cover makes sure it doesn't slip off your hand while you're using it. And of course RIM makes the best QWERTY keyboards out there. It's a breeze to type on the backlit keyboard in any light condition.

Blackberrys were never known for their multimedia capabilities. This one's no different. The 5MP camera and VGA videos can't really even replace your point to shoot cameras but it works when you're in a situation where you must take a picture but there's no camera available.

Overall this is a pretty good phone phone. Good keyboard, stylish form factor makes it suitable for people of all age, sex and occupation.
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Awesome Phone - A blackberry addicts dream!

I have been a blackberry user for many years! This phone is awesome! I loved my Bold, but I had always wished the screen was bigger. Well this is the perfect size!! The touchscreen does come in handy as well, but I still find myself using the trackpad instead of the touchscreen.
Battery life is still amazing. The only thing Im finding is the graphics and picture quality has a lot of room for improvement.
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a real phone with power reliability and great presence.

the blackbarry torch is a very modern sellphone with great qualities and adventages. the blackbarry fits to me, because i think this is a real phone for a buisnesse man or a politician, he's more official and secure from other items. the application is a litlle bit complicated to use and the internet run slowly sometimes, but in total it is a friendly object and i recomand others costumers to take the blackberry - a real sellphone and not a "game-boy".Read full review...


Great... Works awesome

Great phone.. the touch screen the best.. good camera
It is an excellent phone – OS6 is definitely change for BlackBerry (BB) – excellent user friendly features making it depart from spartan design of the past and getting it much closer to the likes of iPhone and/or those with HTC’s sense... Still, it kept most of the great communication features of BB’s of the past, as well as the fantastic BB keyboard. Good thing is that visual enhancements haven’t taken away that feeling of snappy response on command as it was before. Many of the features usable even on networks without BB data plan.Read full review...


Blackberry 9800

BlackBerry and touchscreen haven’t previously been a great match. The first touchscreen phone from the Canadian email masters was the Storm, well-named because it went down like a wet weekend. There was much to like, such as the click-through touchscreen that confirmed each finger press. But it lacked wi-fi, was horrible to type on and the software was unforgivably flaky.
More than that, you had to ask why the company that made the best keyboards on any portable device had delivered a product without any keys at all. This week, BlackBerry’s owner Research in Motion announced the Torch: a touchscreen BlackBerry with, wait for it, a slide-out keyboard. The best of both worlds, perhaps.
The Torch looks like a businesslike Palm Pre Plus – which is no bad thing – but with BlackBerry’s familiar grid of icons. This has had an overhaul to make it look what RIM is calling ‘fresh and familiar’ as part of the new operating system, version 6, which aims to be more user-friendly to newcomers. BlackBerry has a markedly different system from other phones and does take some getting used to. While this new OS is glitzier and more intuitive, it’s an organic development from the earlier one. If you have a BlackBerry Bold or Bold 9700, by the way, the new OS will work on them too and should be available soon.
Universal Search is a handy feature on the phone. Just start typing and the software automatically looks for everything relevant, including contacts, emails and more. If there’s nothing in the device, you’re offered links to Google and other sources. Palm pioneered this but BlackBerry has added extra destinations like YouTube. It’s a highly efficient way to find things.
The new OS also has an internet browser which is massively faster than before. Multitouch is now supported so you can pinch to zoom as on the iPhone.
Of course, the key benefits of BlackBerry are preserved: gold-standard email delivery that’s fast, efficient and secure, an unbeatably usable keyboard and the cost-effective BlackBerry Messenger. Wherever in the world you are, you can send unlimited instant messages to other BBM users at no extra cost – something that’s been adopted happily by backpacking students wanting to text home for free as much as savvy business users wanting an immediate conversation of messages with colleagues.
If you’re not keen on touchscreens, the BlackBerry Bold 9700 is still very hard to beat, but this is a highly impressive business phone.
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