The Blackberry is a smartphone manufactured by RIM (Research in Motion). It enables users to access email, Internet access and other services that are designed to make people more efficient in their daily work. However, deciding to change your current phone to a BlackBerry should be done with careful considerations of the pros and cons of the BlackBerry phone.
The phone features a very sophisticated mobile operating system. The Blackberry OS (Operating System) is designed from the ground up to allow the use of diverse applications all at the same without degradation in functionality. It is a very efficient multitasking device. The layout of the menu allows users to navigate from program to program without needing to close other applications. If you desire to be constantly connected to the Internet 24/24 daily and you are looking for a good enough mobile device to store your music, video and picture files, then a RIM BlackBerry will not disappoint you at all.
- It comes with a good capacity internal hard drive to store pictures, email attachments, video and music. - It has a media player which can play video files and MP3 files, providing enough entertainment while on the go.
- It can access emails through any POP3 account, with this, you can get all your personal emails as well as business emails on your BlackBerry phone all at the same time.
Speed The BlackBerry despite having the ability to run multiple applications, may experience a clogging down of the processor speed when a lot of the programs are open at the same time. This can cause problems when you are streaming video and music from the Internet, especially when the network is not fast. Lack of radio tuner Most BlackBerry smartphones do not have an in-built radio tuner. When a lot of applications are running on the BlackBerry, it may not realize when there is an incoming call, which will automatically send the call to the voice mail without ringing on the phone. Comfort Blackberry mobile phones are often looked at as being bulky. They cannot comfortably slide into the pockets of a jeans trouser or skirt. The phone users are often forced to carry it in their hand.