Research In Motion (RIM) became a household name through its BlackBerry smartphones, a range of 3G mobile phones that are designed to be used as personal digital assistants. The BlackBerry phone’s distinctive feature is the physical keyboard, although some handsets use touchscreen controls either as well as or instead of the keyboard.
You can send and receive push email using 3G, instant message contacts using BlackBerry messenger (BBM), and also download apps through the BlackBerry Store. The BlackBerry store may lack the sheer volume of Apple’s App Store and the Google Play market, but still boasts plenty of excellent apps to make the most of your 3G mobile phone. See our phone news, insider news, video news and phone reviews for the full low-down.
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