The BlackBerry Q5 handset is finally official. Expected to be a huge hit, the device was announced Tuesday at the BlackBerry Live 2013 at Orlando. Check out the details after the jump.
In case you currently don’t have the moolah to buy the new Blackberry 10 powered Z10 or you’re not that convinced, you can still take a glimpse of the new platform offered by Blackberry (formerly known as RIM). Blackberry used to have a dominant hold of the smartphone market but ever since the rise of Android, they were left out in the dust.
The new Blackberry Z10 is now available for pre-order on Globe and the lowest plan starts at 999. The Z10 is one of the two handsets that shipped with the all-new Blackberry 10 OS which aims to revive the glory that RIM (now Blackberry) once had. See the details after the break.
After a long break, RIM is now back to bring its formidable mobile OS a new look and feel – and obviously, to get a crack at the top smartphone OS battle. They were formerly included in the most used around the globe but ever since Android’s revolution, they were wiped out on the map. Okay, not really.
Research in Motion just announced last Monday that the BBM Voice was now available on all Blackberry handsets with OS 6 and above. With BBM Voice, people will now be able to call their friends for free if they have an active Wi-Fi connection nearby.
Even though some may have thought that Research in Motion is on its way down, they just managed to release a 10-minute long video preview of their new BlackBerry 10 OS. Although the demo used was only a Dev Alpha B device, we can say that it looks good even on an unfinished software.
Research In Motion (RIM) just officially announced their new affordable phones for the BB fanatics in the Philippines through what they cheerfully called as the Blackberry Curve 9220 and Blackberry Curve 9320. The two looks very similar to each other which is definitely recognizable and it can’t be missed with their physical appearance but they were no twins as the latter is better than the other. The official announcement was made two days ago at an event in Taguig City.
Good news for Windows phone and Blackberry users! Viber, the very popular free messaging, photo sharing, and calling app from Androidand iOS, finally arrived to support the two other well-known OS. Viber said that they were getting flooded with tons of requests from users for them to adapt it to the two platforms that’s why they’ve made it possible today through the release of the Beta version of Viber for the excited users to test.