Moving away from their solid keys to an iPhone-inspired touchscreen, Blackberry added to the storm clouds on the horizon with this model released in November 2008.Target audience:
The BlackBerry has a wave of loyal followers but anyone with a business or need for constant emailing should lap them up as well. President Barack Obama deemed his an essential item during his campaign and is trying to convince his protectors to let him keep it.Verdict:
Even the power of the commander in chief can't get them to go back to their old keyboard, but the touchscreen should bridge the gap for those who were torn between this and the iPhone. Also, it's only on Vodaphone and lacks Wi-Fi support.
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