With so many choices out there, it can be hard deciding which is the right smartphone for you. But after reviewing almost every phone released this year, we have a pretty good idea of which smartphone best fits which person. Let's get started.
The BlackBerry KEYone is a sturdy and well-designed device in the great traditions of the brand, but a combination of an unsatisfying screen/keyboard ratio and ingrained consumer expectations may well mean only a niche audience will find it The One.
The Z30 is BlackBerry's biggest, fastest and most advanced smartphone to date with the latest BlackBerry 10.2 OS, a 5-inch 720p Super AMOLED display, Qualcomm MSM8960T Pro dual-core 1.7GHz processor and a 2,880mAh battery. Is the Z30 also BlackBerry's biggest hope of getting back in the game?
BlackBerry recently added a new member to its BlackBerry 10 family of devices - the Z30. It sports the largest display and battery ever on a BlackBerry device. Check out our initial impressions of it at BlackBerry Jam Asia 2013 in Hong Kong.
BlackBerry returns to its roots with the Q10, the first BlackBerry 10 device to sport the classic QWERTY keyboard. Does the BlackBerry Q10 stand a chance in a market dominated by large touch screen smartphones? We take a quick look at it in detail.
The affordable Curve 9320 is the last BlackBerry 7.1 device launched before their upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices early next year. Can it still hold its own against other low cost smartphone alternatives? Find out how it fared after the jump.
It's a matter of time before most consumers have to switch to the new tiered smartphone plans. Worried that you may exceed the data cap? No worries as these apps will help you keep a close eye on data consumption.