The history of Blackberry: The best BlackBerry phones that changed the world

The BlackBerry Pearl was the first BlackBerry phone without a scroll wheel for navigation on the display. Instead, it featured a mini trackball in the center of the five-button wide keyboard, which would revolutionize device navigation.
The 8100 is the first Pearl model and features a 1.3-megapixel camera, as well as microSD, ringtone, and media player support for up to 8GB expansion. This model, as well as the subsequent Pearl models, all had 240 x 260 resolution displays , but they bumped up the cameras to 2 megapixels.
blackberry curve
The BlackBerry Curve was first launched in 2007 with the 8300 (pictured). There are several variants, most of which have a 2-megapixel camera, a trackball interface on the Pearl, and a 320 x 240 resolution display.
Some have made some changes with higher resolution displays as well as additional features. Curve offered a wider format with a full QWERTY keyboard and was an instant hit with cons

umers due to its low price and wide range of smartphone features.
BlackBerry Pearl FlipBlackBerry History The Best BlackBerry Phones That Changed the World Picture 11crackberryThe BlackBerry 8220 Pearl Flip was released in 2008 in a clamshell form factor. It has an internal display of 240 x 320 pixels and an external display of 128 x 160 pixels.

Featuring the same trackball interface as the original Pearl series, along with a 2-megapixel camera, 128MB of RAM, and microSD support for up to 16GB.

The BlackBerry Bold series was first launched in 2008 with model number 9000 (pictured). It has a wider format like Curve, with a full QWERTY keyboard as well as a trackball interface. The Bold shook up the BB world and became the premium device everyone wanted. The original Bold featured a leather back for a chic feel and was probably the most iconic phone BlackBerry ever produced.
The 9000 model features a 480 x 320 pixel display, 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11a/g/b, and microSD expansion up to 16GB.

The first-generation BlackBerry Storm moved in late 2008 and featured a clickable touchscreen but no physical QWERTY keyboard. This is BlackBerry’s first attempt at toward full touch, and the iPhone is starting to make waves. The storm did not subside.
As shown, the 9500 model comes with a 3.2-megapixel camera and a 360 x 480 resolution display. There is also 1GB of RAM. In 2009, the Storm 2 came out, the 9550, with 2GB of RAM in an attempt to address the original’s shortcomings.

BlackBerry has tried to do its own thing with touch, but has struggled to match rival offerings.
The BlackBerry Tour was launched in July 2009. It offers a 480 x 360 pixel resolution display with a pixel density of 250ppi and comes with a 3.2-megapixel camera and microSD expandability up to 32GB.
BlackBerry updated the Bold series with the 9700 model in late 2009, and twice in 2010 with the 9650 and 9780. The trackball is replaced by a trackpad, and the display resolution jumps to 480 x 360 pixels, up from 220ppi to 250ppi.

The 9700 and 9650 models have 3.2-megapixel cameras, while the 9780, launched in late 2010, has a 5-megapixel autofocus camera.
While optical trackpads are a nice enhancement over glitch-prone trackballs, competition from powerful touch devices and complaints about a lack of apps is growing.

BlackBerry launched an updated version of the Pearl in 2010, bringing the optical trackpad found on the new Bold to the smaller device.
Like the original Pearl, the 9100 has two letters per button to allow for a slimmer body. This model comes with a 3.2-megapixel camera and microSD expandable memory from 2GB up to 32GB.

The first BlackBerry Torch was launched in 2010 with model number 9800 (pictured). It features a large touchscreen with a 480 x 640 resolution and 250ppi pixel density that slides up to reveal the full QWERTY keyboard.
There’s a 5-megapixel camera on board, along with an optical trackpad. Torch received several updates in 2011, with the 9810, 9850, and 9860est blackberry phones that changed the world image 26BlackBerryThe BlackBerry Classic followed the Passport in

December 2014, bringing back a similar design to the Bold, which was one everyone knew and loved. The Classic had a 3.5-inch display with a 720 x 720 pixel resolution and offered an 8-megapixel camera with a 2-megapixel front camera.There was 2GB of RAM on board, as well as a 1.5GHz processor, but the main thing about this device, other than the physical QWERTY keyboard, was that it allowed users to download Android apps as well as BlackBerry apps.BlackBerry Leapthe history of blackberry the best blackberry phones that changed the world image 27BlackBerryFour months after the BlackBerry Classic arrived,

came the full touchscreen BlackBerry Leap, moving away from the physical QWERTY keyboard. The Leap was the product of a new production agreement with Foxconn, seeing a cheaper touch device produced.The Leap had a 5-inch display offering a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution, an 8-megapixel rear camera, 2-megapixel front camera and a 1.5GHz processor with 2GB of RAM. It came in black and white and it was the last BB10 device ever.BlackBerry Privthe history of blackberry the best blackberry phones that changed the world image 28Carphone WarehousePriv was the moment it all changed for BlackBerry.

It was the first Android device built by BlackBerry, and marked the beginning of the end for its own mobile platform.It featured the full QWERTY keyboard hidden beneath a slide up display, along with an 18-megapixel camera, Quad HD display and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor.As an Android device the Priv was packed with innovation. The format was perhaps a little large, offering that sliding action, but the Priv was a good handset.BlackBerry

KeyOneThe History Of Blackberry The Best Blackberry Phones That Changed The World image 29BlackBerry MobileHaving decided it couldn’t afford to keep its hardware division running, BlackBerry turned over its license to TCL, the same company that had reasonable success in reinvigorating the Alcatel brand. Its first phone, the KeyOne was a knockout for traditional BlackBerry fans.It still ran Android, but – unlike the Priv – featured a non-sliding keyboard directly beneath the display. Its combination of rounded metal, and soft-touch grippy rear texture made it a joy to use, and its unconventional 3:2 4.5- inch screen was surprisingly sharp and clean.Featuring a 3,500mAh battery and a Snapdragon 625 processor, it could almost go two days between charges, and accomplished most tasks with little effort or

delay.BlackBerry Key2The History Of Blackberry The Best Blackberry Phones That Changed The World image 30BlackBerry MobileThe follow up to the KeyOne was the last flagship – the Key2, and the aim here was to slim down the offering, making it more premium in looks, more durable and lighter. The keyboard was madeably noticeably bigger too, ensuring it was even easier to type on.It kept the same 1080 x 1620 resolution 3:2 display, but bumped the processor power up to the Snapdragon 660 chip, with 6GB RAM and a long-lasting 3,500mAh blackberry Cell Phone batteriesIts dual 12-megapixel camera system on the back was new too, as was the rubberised, grippy finish. Its square edges made it not quite as pleasant to hold as the rounded KeyOne, but the right improvements were made elsewhere.BlackBerry 5G – the phone that got awaythe history of blackberry the best blackberry phones that changed the world photo 31Pocket-lint

In 2020, OnwardMobility won the license to produce the first 5G BlackBerry phone. It was expected to be an Android-powered smartphone and was originally planned to be released in 2021 but – after many a delay – OnwardMobility closed down, extinguishing any hope of a BlackBerry revival.

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