Starting April 23 the BlackBerry 8800 will make it’s debut. Anyone familiar with RIM BlackBerry phones realizes that there’s a lot of features packed into these quality devices. I’ve been lucky enough to previously test out a model – the BlackBerry(R) PearlTM – and it was such a smooth and easy experience.
The BlackBerry 8800 will have many of the features we have come to expect: trackball navigation system, PUSH email accounts, Bluetooth(r) support, memory card support and more. Since the 8800 is on the T-Mobile network users get to enjoy the myFaves feature in which they can add special numbers for quick and easy calling/emailing/messaging.
The BlackBerry 8800 not only includes support for up to 10 work and personal e-mail accounts (including the most popular ISP e-mail accounts), there’s a built-in multimedia player for music and video, and full HTML web browsing. There’s noise cancellation for enhanced audio performance, and a microSD expandable memory slot for storage.
Here’s a list of the features:
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Written by Cecilia