Excerpt: Before Apple and Android - Blackberry was the smartphone front runner (albeit for a very short period of time) They were the phone of choice for business users (and in some cases still are) and built up a very loyal following with their communication-centric handset - that could pool all your email,...
Pros: The design is the strongest point, with it being the area it doesn't let the user down
Cons: A second rate smartphone, dated even upon its release
Excerpt: I was given this phone when starting my last job and had it been a personal purchase, i probably would have returned it. It wasn't the worst phone- it had key functionality like excellent push email, app store, business functions and the design of the phone was nice.
Pros: Email functionality is by far its best quality - great features !
Cons: Battery life, predictive text, push down touch screen were all in need of improvement
Excerpt: Blackberry Storm 2 The second generation of the Storm family has a whole catalogue of features, such as a more user friendly interface with faster response time, multi-touch, Wi-fi capabilities, light sensitive display, blackberry messenger.
Pros: responsive, quick, nice to hold, looks nice !
Excerpt: When i first got my phone i thought it was brilliant, a blackberry is the most efficient phone i have ever had. In the past i have had, samsungs, sony ericssons, motorolas and nokias, but when i got this blackberry storm 2 in my upgrade i loved it.
Pros: Looks nice, easy to use for technoligic people and its different to the average blackberry
Cons: the screen is touch screen but its more often a 'clicky' screen
Excerpt: I have had this phone for a while now and it is great in size, feel and looks. I enjoy the clicking of the screen and the fastness of traveling througouht the phone. however, it often freezes wether during SMSing, Emailing, or facebooking.
Excerpt: I received my Blackberry Storm2 about 10 months ago and in my experience have had nothing but problems with it, mainly the touch screen stops functioning properly. I like the handset when it is full working order, it is easy to use, great for business use and has a wide range of handy and fun apps...
Pros: Good for a business environment, good choice of apps
Excerpt: I have had the blackberry storm 1 for over nearly two years now. For the first few months I found it very hard to get used to and it didn't that it had about a million bugs when it was first released. But after updating the firmware it was much more easily to use and accessible.
Pros: Emailing on the move, decent still and video camera .
Cons: battery life, no wi - fi, sometimes rather slow .
Excerpt: I am not entirely sure I am happy with my second/third Blackberry. I have the Storm 2 and it lacks the abilities I require. Maybe this is because it was almost one of the first email phones? Is it now out of date? Either way, I am looking forward to my upgrade so I can get shot of it!
Excerpt: I have owned a Storm 2 since January 2010 and at first I was impressed with the handset. This is the first Blackberry I have had and was very excited to see what it had to offer. Sadly, after owning it now for around abotu 20 months, I won't be getting another Blackberry when my contract is up for...
Excerpt: I renewed my contract last year and wanted a blackberry for some strange reason i chose this phone. Good points: Looks good, its not a touch screen (which i was happy about as they can be annoying) the screen is actually a button and works quicte well.