This BlackBerry has a sleek design. And it has a track­pad (or smooth navigation. The device has a 2.44-inch display and a QWERTY keypad (or text input. It can support up to 10 email accounts and attachments can be viewed in Data Viz Documents To Go Standard edition. Also on board isa 3.5 mm jack for enjoying music. GPS along with BlackBerry Maps for naviga­tion and 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity options for web browsing gives colour to the serious machine.
SPECS TECH: 2.44-inch display; 3.2MP camera; 256MB flash, expandable memory; GPRS,3G, Wi-Fi, A-GPS

With the launch of the 8520, the image of o BlackBerry being a phone for the top dosses changed to one meant for the masses. It wasn't dumbed down, however, and packed in everything—from secure emails to messenger to connectivity options like Wi-Fi. Along with utility features, it had music controls on the top panel that made it an ideal choice for the young generation.
SPECS TECH: 2.46 inch display; 2 MP camera; 256 MB internal storage, expandable up to 32 GB; GPRS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi; 106 gms; 1150 mAh Li-ion battery

After producing two touch devices, the company has now introduced a phone with a touch display and slide-out QWERTY keypad. Operating on BlackBerry 6 OS, many new features have been added to it. For instance, it has a universal search that also browses the web; all social and RSS feeds are upgraded at a single place; the multimedia experience has been boosted and it now has a more intuitive interface.
SPECS TECH: 3.2-inch touch display; 5 MP camera; 512MB RAM, expandable up to 32GB; GPRS, 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi; 161.1 gms; 1300 mAh Li-ion battery