Have you used Blackberry?The blackberry OS,is it easy to use?
September 19, 2009 10:36am CST
This days,I saw many people use blackberry in our campus.I have never used Blackberry and I search it in Google.Some people think blackberry is very good and easy to use.In their opinons,the blackberry OS is good.It enables you to quickly find what you want.Its keyboard shortcuts is very convenient.But some people hold a contrary opinon.You can install few softwares on Blackberry platform.Have you used Blackberry?Is it easy to use?
2 people like this
• Eugene, Oregon
20 Sep 09
I have used the blakberry before, and it is relatively easy to use. I had the blackberry curve, but I am using an LG enVTouch. I like miy LG better as it is 3G, where as my blackberry wasn't. I bought it last year in June and I uese i for awhile and then I decided to change phones. I am nost sure I would ever use a blackberr again though. My son has the blackberry storm and it is a nice looking phone, as it has a touch screen on it. It is totally up to you if you want the blackberry though, as ou might like it. Tace car, and happy mylotting.
• United States
26 Sep 09
I'm new to the BlackBerry device--I just got a Blackberry Curve 8330 through the Verizon network and I absolutely love it. It's helped me a lot with work, particularly since my laptop fried last month and I've been working on an old, borrowed one that doesn't have a lot of RAM, so I can't watch any video content, and since it's not mine I don't really have any hard drive space of my own. It's very user friendly and the Verizon unlimited BlackBerry plan is very reasonable so I have unlimited data usage. The keyboard is great but I have little fingers; I would caution anybody with large fingers away from the Curve. My only complaint is that the media player really isn't loud enough. If you have unlimited data I recommend the Pandora app, but if you have to worry about data charges than you need to be careful with apps like that that suck a lot of data.
• United States
20 Sep 09
Blackberry 8800 is almost same phone as 81XX, pearl series... There are 3 major differences... 8800 is bigger, there no camera on 8800 but keyboard is "full" keyboard... I know some people, camera on a cell phone is not that important & if you're one of those people, than 8800 should be a good phone... Essentially, all blackberries do the same thing with minor differences... Those mentioned above being some of them... I know some has GPS capability, some has higher mega pixel cameras, bigger memory size on board, not counting sd cards, & etc... If you're not too big on taking pictures & listening to songs & things of that nature, you really don't need anything more than stadard size memory, which 8800 has 64 meg of built in flash memory which should be enough for average users... I personally like the skinner version of blackberry, pearl line - 8100, 8110, 8120, 8130... It's matter of getting used to... Once you've gotten used to it, it's like any other phone with little extra peark to it, like e-mails & better internet...