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Nifty flip form factor, Great voice quality, Strong reception, Cheaper plan prices than with the Sprint version.
Comes with BlackBerry OS 6, Full QWERTY keyboard, Browser faster than previous BlackBerry browsers, Good call quality.
Excellent voice quality, Practical, compact clamshell design, Full QWERTY keyboard, Respectable 5-megapixel camera, Speedy OS navigation, Sharp, bright interior and exterior screens, Affordable
Clever external display, Surprisingly good 5MP camera, Responsive, comfortable keyboard, Bright main display, BB6 a major boost to web accuracy and more, Price is right if on a cheap plan.
Solid industrial design, good call quality, decent battery life
Stylish clamshell design, External display very useful, BlackBerry OS 6.0 brings refreshed apps.
Fairly cheap price tag ($99.99 with two-year contract after $100 mail-in rebate); “new” clamshell design; easily pocketable; no butt dialing; BlackBerry 6; decent camera; good battery life.What's Bad: The screen is almost at too much of an
Excellent build quality, charming design, excellent messaging features, great call quality, powerful speaker, bright and colorful display is easy on the eyes, affordable price tag, good multitasking performance.
The flip formfactor is done well this time around, Great keyboard, Crisp display, Good call quality
BlackBerry 6 OS enhancements, Good camera, External screen provides message previews, Nice selection of pre-loaded apps
Short battery life, Pitiful app store, Few decent apps available.
Bulky, Small selection of apps, Short battery life, Keys are flat
Poor camera placement, Spotty Wi-Fi reception, Only shoots VGA video, Slow, clumsy browser, So-so battery life
Short battery life, Android and iPhone more advanced for the price, App store, browser, maps not quite up to par, Soso call quality.
Low resolution display, awkward while taking pictures, soso keyboard
Occasional lags in performance, Casing collects enough fingerprints to provide a permanent record, Awkward angle when taking headon pictures, soso camera.
The screen is almost at too much of an angle, very glossy face, easily scratched and fingerprint magnet; the keyboard is a little different from any other BlackBerry and I found it a little difficult to get used to.
Display is small and low res, camera is awkwardly placed on the device, camera shots are mediocre, web browsing can be a slow experience
Camera and video performance is lacking, Web browser is still subpar
Keyboard is a bit flat, Relatively slow web browser, Lid picks up fingerprints
By PC Mag on September 08, 2011
As Research In Motion's lineup continues to age, the BlackBerry Style may be the nicest way yet to enjoy the platform; we're particularly fond of Boost Mobile's inexpensive plan prices....
By ConsumerSearch on May 01, 2011
Can BlackBerry make a good flip phone?Reviewers share an initial skepticism over the BlackBerry Style 9670, followed by a generally positive verdict. The Style is BlackBerry's second attempt at a flip phone but its first with a full QWERTY keyboard...
By Digital Trends on February 14, 2011
BlackBerry’s Style 9670 folds the RIM’s legendary messaging abilities into a compact, stylish package that does what a phone needs to do, and then some....
By Pocket-lint on February 07, 2011
The BlackBerry Style is the perfect hybrid for someone who wants all the features of a flip phone, which is said to be more conducive for talking, with the capabilities of a smartphoneKey specs3.5mm jack, 3G, 5 megapixels, Bluetooth, microSD, MP3...
By G4tv.com on January 12, 2011
Video Review: The BlackBerry Style 9670 offers an affordable option for the budget friendly smartphone users with dual displays, a trusty keyboard, a 5 megapixel camera and more. Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey review the 9670 device that sells for...
By Electronista on December 11, 2010
In day to day use, the Style is enjoyable and is arguably a major step up from the Curve and Pearl, particularly when it comes to photography. Most of its appeal will be for traditionalists either for the BlackBerry or for messaging phones. If...
By LetsTalk on December 10, 2010
The integrates style and professionalism in a sleek flip-phone design. When you flip open the BlackBerry Style, you will find a full QWERTY Keyboard that makes email, messaging and real-time chats with BBM incredibly fast and easy. This smartphone is...
By MobileBurn on December 02, 2010
The BlackBerry Style 9670 is Sprint's first BlackBerry, and the second in the United States (the Torch 9800 on AT&T was the first), to run Research In Motion's new BlackBerry 6 operating system. It also features a unique clamshell form factor...
By Brighthand on November 14, 2010
The BlackBerry Style 9670 is an impressive little device. It proved useful, reliable, and even has -- dare I say it -- style. The clamshell form factor grew on me very quickly, especially given the usefulness of the external screen. RIM proves with...
By PhoneDog on November 09, 2010
The BlackBerry Style is a new form factor to RIM, but it's nothing new to the mobile world. It's bringing back and old form factor actually, but with...style. The Style will be great for return BlackBerry customers looking to change it up a bit...
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