In 2003 BlackBerry introduced the first of what we would think of as being the modern smartphone. This was a device that not only functioned as a telephone but also allowed for the sending and receiving of email and text messages as well as web browsing. One of the main focuses of the
early BlackBerry models was to allow for mobile email. It was clear that this was a technology that was
necessary since email had become so popular. Clearly people who were on the go needed a way to
access their email without having to find a computer. This is also one of the reason’s Blackberry’s
QWERTY keyboard became extremely popular with business people around the globe and had
remained one of the best features on many BB phones. And in 2013 BlackBerry has launched also a reinvented phone in Nigeria, the BlackBerry Z10, a device with a touchscreen, offering much better internet, music, a 2 GB RAM, an 8-megapixel camera and a 4.2-inch display with a 1280 x 768 pixel resolution. Latest innovation is the BlackBerry Z30, with improved features and a larger screen size.
Smartphones such as the BlackBerry Bold are the next-gen mobile phones which also support a
wide variety of other services like multi-media messaging service (MMS), Internet access, email,
short-range wireless communications, social networking, business applications, gaming and
photography to address your various needs.
So, if you are a businessperson or office professional, keep your work on the go with latest
software’s that enable to you to check your mails and schedule meetings. If music is your passion,
compose and listen to your favourite tunes with the latest audio apps. The Blackberry Torch 3 combines a large tactile screen and a qwerty keyboard, so that you can chat with your buddies via various messengers such as GTalk, Yahoo!, MSN or BlackBerry’s very own BBM. Or log on to social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter or BlogSpot and to speak your heart out.