Archive for May 14th, 2012

BlackBerry Curve 9320 Review

BlackBerry Curve 9320 Review

The BlackBerry Curve 9320 may not be the BlackBerry Smartphone that is hitting the headlines at the moment due to it being a low end, budget device but that doesn’t mean it will not be popular. In fact, here in the UK it is quite possible that the 9320 may be 2012’s best selling Smartphone?

For the last two years RIM have claimed the title of most handsets sold in Great Britain and with the youth of today all carrying a BlackBerry, the Curve 9320 is the perfect successor to the Curve 8520 and 9300 that have proved so popular.

Available sim free from only £130 and on contact from £10.50 a month the BlackBerry Curve 9320 is both affordable and should be the perfect reason to keep the 8520/9300 users on Team BlackBerry.

Running BlackBerry 7.1 the 9320 doesn’t have the highest specs but due to it having the most up to date software it runs like a dream.

If you are in the market for the cheapest, best communication device yet I suggest you read on.

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T-Mobile announce Samsung Galaxy SIII pricing


T-Mobile is pleased to confirm the Samsung Galaxy S III will be available from £49.99 on a £36/m, 24-month Full Monty plan – offering unlimited data, texts and calls to other T-Mobile phones, plus 2000 any network minutes.

Interested? You can register here for updates.


Posted by: James

Posted in: Press Releases

Octopus Keyboard for iPhone mimics BlackBerry 10


We only saw the BlackBerry 10 keyboard previewed in the last couple of weeks and already it has been copied for the iPhone, if you are jailbroken.

As you will see in the following video the Octopus keyboard still looks the same as the current iPhone keyboard however it now has the addition of the same word prediction and flicking the word up to add to your messages we saw RIM preview. Clearly using Octopus will not be as easy compared to a BlackBerry 10 device due to screen size but in the meantime it looks good.

According to iMore the Octopus keyboard is due for a  May 20th release on Cydia. Between now and then I would imagine that Research in Motion’s lawyers will be working overtime to get Octopus stopped. I’m sure they wouldn’t have shown it off at the BlackBerry World 2012 keynote unless it was fully patented?

Anyway, you can catch the video below. It is pretty cool and quite funny that the iPhone is mimicking a BlackBerry.

Posted in: Videos/Unboxings