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Are you looking for some fresh income for 2012 or are you ready to upgrade to an different, all-new smartphone? Take your BlackBerry Torch 9800 to uSell.com and get up to $115.50 for your BlackBerry Torch device (depending on its condition). Please note: the offer featured is valid of the day of this post. Visit uSell.com to find the most accurate offer for your smartphone device.
Are you sick of fumbling with the touchscreens on modern smartphones like the Droid and the iPhone? They’re slick but inaccurate – typing on them is more of a hassle than they’re worth. If you do a lot of messaging or work on your phone (and who doesn’t these days), check out the state-of-the-art, sleekly-designed BlackBerry Bold 9900. There are no more typos or errors with the BlackBerry Bold’s handy QWERTY keyboard; typing work e-mails or messages to friends is as easy as it would be on your computer. That’s not all the BlackBerry Bold 9900 features. The phone boasts the power of the T-Mobile 4G network and a 1.2GHz processor, allowing users to receive texts, data, video, audio and information at incredibly fast speeds, and runs on the advanced BlackBerry OS 7 system. If you’re interested in capturing your own pictures or video, the BlackBerry Bold 9900 features a 5 MP camera able to record high-definition video in up to 720p resolution. The phone’s powerful battery allows for up to 6.6 hours of talk time and 12.8 days of standby time.
Are you ready for a new phone and in need of some extra cash in your bank account? Head on over to uSell.com. You can get up to $281.60 for your BlackBerry Bold 9900 from uSell.com (depending on condition).
Please note: the offer featured is valid as of the day of the post. Visit uSell.com to find the most accurate offer for your smartphone device.
iPhones and Droids may dominate the headlines – but the BlackBerry is still one of the best options if terms of smartphones. If you’re looking for a smartphone for the holidays, check out the Blackberry Torch 9800. Forget the clumsy typing screens on other smartphones. The Torch 9800 provides a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, allowing you to text, e-mail and work quickly and efficiently – a huge advantage over other smartphones. Like a long battery life? The mAHR lithium-ion battery provides up to 5.5 hours of talk time, up to 18 hours of “standby” time, and up to 30 hours of music playback. Looking for a fast multimedia experience? The advanced BlackBerry operating system delivers smooth, rapid playback of video and audio, and the phone’s 4 gigabtyes of memory (32 with an optional SD card) allows for plenty of room for your pictures, music and video. Capture memories for life with the built-in 5-megapixel camera and 720p high-definition video recorder. Download tons of amazing applications to supplement your BlackBerry experience. Sports scores, stock prices, games, navigation, shopping, social media…they’re all available through the BlackBerry AppWorld store.
If you’re looking for some extra spending money for the holidays, bring your BlackBerry Torch 9800 to USell.com and get up to $122.10* for your device (depending on its condition).
*The offer featured is valid as of the day of this post. Visit www.uSell.com to find the most accurate price for your smartphone device.
AT&T is going to serve gingerbread with a side of mangos and blackberries this fall. The image below shows AT&T’s 3rd and 4th quarter phone release roadmap: six Androids, two Windows Phone 7s and two Blackberries will be gracing AT&T’s airwaves this year.
The codenames have really weird model names that (hopefully) are subject to change. Perhaps the best indicator of the superphones that will be unveiled is the RAM. Anything over 1GB of RAM is considered the minimum for a superphone. 512MB of RAM now power middle of the road phones.
One of Samsung’s superphones in the roadmap is the soon to be released Galaxy S 2. The other could be a slider version of the S2.
Other than the iPhone 5 expected to be released in October, it looks like AT&T is loading up on middle-tier phones.