Tag Archives: BlackBerry

BlackBerry Venice shows its slider self from multiple angles in latest leak

We’ve seen quite a bit of the T-Mobile-bound BlackBerry Venice in recent months, but today we’re getting our best look yet at the upcoming Android slider thanks to a set of hands-on photos that’ve leaked. Vietnamese site Tinhte has released several photos that clearly show the BlackBerry Venice in all its vertical sliding glory. We get a good look at the … [read full article]

BlackBerry Venice shows its physical keyboard ahead of rumored November launch

If you’re interested in BlackBerry’s oft-rumored Android slider phone, you’ll be happy to learn that a new image may give us a clear look at the place where your thumbs may call home later this year. A newly-leaked image of the BlackBerry Slider shows the device’s screen slid up, which exposes the device’s physical keyboard for all to see. The QWERTY looks a bit flat, but that’s to be expected … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s BlackBerry Classic sale shaves nearly $70 off the ‘Berry’s price

When BlackBerry and T-Mobile ended their kerfuffle back in May, the two celebrated by unleashing the BlackBerry Classic on T-Mo’s shelves. Now the sole BlackBerry on T-Mobile’s roster is in the news again thanks to a sale. T-Mobile is now offering the BlackBerry Classic for $369.99, a full $69.93 off of the Classic’s previous price of $439.92. If you long to feel BlackBerry’s fabled … [read full article]

Cam’s Top 5 – Unlocked Budget T-Mobile friendly phones

T-Mobile sells some of the best – and most expensive phones – on the market. But perhaps what’s surprising is that there are a bunch of affordable phones on the market that can (almost) give those devices a run for their money. And they’re not available on T-Mobile’s store shelves. While that means that they don’t come with services like Wi-Fi Calling baked in, it does mean that they’re factory unlocked and free … [read full article]

T-Mobile BlackBerry Classic getting update from today

Software Update: @TMobile #Blackberry Classic – Starting 6/17 – https://t.co/Mw4bLDtc0M – Des pic.twitter.com/Pyry3TgxjK — Des (@askdes) June 16, 2015 Des Smith, the ever-popular T-Mobile product guru announced last night that the carrier’s BlackBerry Classic is about to get its first software update. T-Mo will start rolling out BlackBerry OS from today, June 17. If you’re one of the few who has the device, be sure to … [read full article]

John Legere gets a “BatBerry” for his birthday

Yesterday was John Legere’s birthday, which you’ll undoubtedly already know if you’ve been following his tweets. The ever-popular outspoken CEO seemingly got a bazillion birthday tweets, a few cakes, a huge card and a batphone. But today, waiting for him back in his Seattle office was something a little special sent over by John Chen, BlackBerry’s CEO. T-Mobile and BlackBerry only [read full article]

BlackBerry Leap Review – A solid, productivity tool with no keyboard

You may not be able to buy it from T-Mobile, but the BlackBerry Leap might be worth your consideration if you’re one of the few people who actually likes BB OS10 on an all-touch device. It’s compatible with T-Mo’s band 2 and 4 LTE networks and you can buy it unlocked from ShopBlackBerry.com for $275 in dark grey or white. I’ve reviewed it for PhoneDog, and you can see that review in the video … [read full article]

BlackBerry is back! T-Mobile to start selling the Classic from May 13

Not long ago, John Legere sent out a teaser featuring what looked like a picture of a black berry. And, true to the teaser, T-Mobile just announced that it will – once again – start selling BlackBerry devices. The BlackBerry Classic will go on sale online at T-Mobile.com and in participating stores from May 13. Time for a little fun! I’ve got some news, but maybe you can figure it … [read full article]

BlackBerry Leap unboxing and first impressions

BlackBerry and T-Mobile’s relationship might be temporarily on hold, but that doesn’t mean you can’t grab one of the company’s devices to use on your favorite carrier’s network. The most recent of those is the all-touch BlackBerry Leap; the company’s latest attempt at cracking the budget end of the market. It’s an interesting concept and is – sort of – the latest descendent of the BlackBerry Z10 which didn’t do so well a couple of years ago. … [read full article]

BlackBerry and T-Mobile in “positive” discussion, handsets to make a return?

During today’s Q4 earnings call – which was streamed live on YouTube for the first time – several questions were fielded after all the announcements were made. One of which came from a Twitter user who asked if BlackBerry handsets might make a return to T-Mobile. And, to those BlackBerry loyalists among the T-Mo subscriber base, Legere’s answer will come as welcome news. Although there’s nothing specific to report in … [read full article]