Blackberry is one of the most liked and aristocratic Smartphones on earth designed and fully developed by the Canadian company Research In Motion (RIM). Today, Blackberry is one of the leading mobile manufacturers and every time they impress the mobile user by presenting the latest phone technology. Checkout the top 5 BlackBerry mobile phones that were released in 2012.
BlackBerry phones have undergone major updates in recent year. Latest features like touch controls, integrated software (virtual) keyboard are incorporated in many modern phones. Check out these 5 popular BlackBerry smartphones released in 2012.
BlackBerry Curve 9320:
There’s a simple, elegant and pretty much responsive keyboard at the center of this BlackBerry smartphone, with a 2.44 inch screen wide-screen. BlackBerry Curve 9320 runs on latest RIM v7.1 OS and gives a decent battery life. Curve 9320 comes with a decent price tag with Facebook app support, 3.2 MP camera support and provision for 32 GB microSD slot. Low screen resolution is a drawback and still carries the old-fashioned design. Curve 9320 face a tough competition from other popular Android mobile phones like the LG Optimus L3, Huawei Ascend G300 and also from the recently launched Nokia Asha 201.
BlackBerry Bold 9790:
The BlackBerry Bold 9790 is the sleek solution for BlackBerry fans who are very much jealous of the touchscreen Android and iPhone Smartphones. Bold 9790 comes with 8GB onboard memory, 2.4 inch touchscreen, 1GHz processor, 5MP camera with flash, Wi-Fi, GPS, HSPA and NFC support. This BlackBerry device has the right mixture of plastic and rubber to make perfect grip and design and doesn’t feel cheap at all. Visuals are bright and clear in basic applications, but online web browsing is very difficult and the touchscreen features feel confusing and looks cramped in Bold 9790. Those looking for basic smartphone can go for Bold 9790.
BlackBerry Curve 9380:
The Curve 9380 is RIM’s first attempt to launch a touchscreen BlackBerry smartphone. Key features found on Curve 9380 are 3.2 inch TFT touchscreen, 800 MHz single-core processor, 512 MB of total RAM, 5 MP fixed-focus camera, BlackBerry v7 OS, GPS receiver, preloaded maps, bundled 2GB microSD card, optical track-pad and support for 3.5 mm jack. Curve 9380 doesn’t have a QWERTY keyboard, FM radio and also it doesn’t support flash playback. Curve 9380 offers the latest BlackBerry in-touch experience at a cheaper price and without losing much of its charm.
BlackBerry Torch 9810:
BlackBerry Torch 9810 from RIM has a crisp and bright touchscreen, a nice physical keyboard, BlackBerry OS 7, 1.2GHz chip, and supports video recording at 720p HD resolution. RIM fans might satisfy with its overall specifications and impressive touchscreen responses. The new OS fits well on the screen as the icons placed are not overcomplicated, so the low screen resolution doesn’t really matter. Email experience on Torch 9810 is good and the net connectivity is very quick for checking emails.