- "Although they are considered old and out-dated I do actually miss my blackberry I use to be able to text without even looking but that's difficult with touch screen." in 19 reviews
- "The battery life of this phone is awesome and the apps that I normally use (messaging, phone, email, etc) rarely ever caused me any problems." in 9 reviews
- "There hasn't really been a lot of product innovation in recent years, and so their phones aren't too different from what they used to be a few years ago." in 8 reviews
- "I used to LOVE this phone, if I wasnt so into the new touch screen on my android I would totally go back to it!" in 6 reviews
- "I had the Blackberry curve from AT&T and i swear it always froze and ran slow and the scroll button stopped working I got it replaced with another blackeberry bc warranty was still on but that phone messed up too." in 5 reviews
Small but this wasn’t a problem for me. Not as sleek as the touch screen phones that are so popular today but works great!
this phone used to be my favorite it has a nice key board it ran fast the bbm was awsome i really do home they come out with new phone soon
When I had the curve, it was an okay phone but it felt very cheap and too plastic-y. I eventually grew to love it until it would constantly freeze. My bold NEVER froze but the curve would always have that darned clock pop up on the screen.
I still think apple and google have am upper hand here.
I started out with a Curve and it took some major hits to it. That sucker took a lickin and kept on going. It was the most durable phone I have ever had. Then I had the misfortune to switch to an iPhone. HATED it. Went right back to Blackberry. Again, wonderful phone. Very durable, which is good for parents with small children. I'm quite rough on my phones so I was ecstatic to have such long living phones. My one and only gripe about this phone is that the keyboard "clicks" when you type. If there was a way to get rid of that sound so I could text at night in bed without waking people up it would be THE PERFECT phone.
Now 6 years later, my BlackBerry is the Nokia Peanut of today's smartphones. What was once the TOP smartphone on the market is now only a phone that "business" users tend to use.
Currently the BlackBerry that I have is about 2 years old and every day at some random time it decides to freeze up on me when I simply touch my TouchPad. I am beyond ready to switch out my BlackBerry for a Samsung Galaxy. I was trying to hold on for BBM's sake but it's not even worth it these days.
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