RIM BlackBerry 9670 Style

  • RIM BlackBerry 9670 Style
71
Based on 15 scores, 26 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    0
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    7
  • Bad:
    3

Pros:

  • 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

Cons:

  • Short battery life, Pitiful app store, Few decent apps available.
  • Bulky, Small selection of apps, Short battery life, Keys are flat

Expert reviews and ratings

By PC Mag on 70

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

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 70

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 60

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 80

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 70

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 76

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 70

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

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

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...

By Geek.com on

The BlackBerry Pearl 8220 was Research In Motion’s (RIM) first BlackBerry flip smartphone and one of the first dramatic form factor changes by RIM in an apparent attempt to widen the acceptance of BlackBerry phones to smartphone users interested...

By eWeek on

The BlackBerry Style 9670 for Sprint, Research In Motion's first BlackBerry flip phone with a full four-row QWERTY keyboard, delivers a design that seems quite appropriate for the BlackBerry. However, other design decisions limit some of the appeal...

By The Boy Genius Report on

In the end, the BlackBerry Style isn’t a terrible $100 smartphone from Sprint. It’s also not a great one.It’s definitely aimed at consumers and it doesn’t have much of a place in the enterprise market. For the younger crowd...

By CellPhoneQuick on

The BlackBerry Style is not as high-style as its name would imply; it’s actually more of an old-fashioned-looking phone. But that’s not a bad thing. It may not boast a cutting-edge touch screen or a big, giant display, but the Style’s...

By Chip Chick on

Priced at as little as $79 with a new contract, the BlackBerry Style for Sprint is certainly priced right to compete with other budget smartphones. The Style’s flip form-factor is quite the charmer, the phone offers great call quality, and the...

By infoSync World on 81

It's fast, well organized, packed with useful applications and features, specializes in premiere voice quality and ace battery life, flaunts one of the best cameras on the market, and folds down to fit in your Levis snugly. The BlackBerry Style was...

By BrightHub on 80

With the BlackBerry Style 9670, RIM is trying to combine the experience of a full-feature BlackBerry device with a sleek flip-phone design. Sure, they have tried before with the series, but while that device used the poorly titled SureType keyboard,...

By Phone Arena on 75

After some time with the device, Style really is a good name for the 9670. As is often the case with stylish, things they usually lack in substance, and the BlackBerry Style 9670 is no exception. For those more concerned with a cute, flip phone, the...

By PC Mag on 70

The BlackBerry Style is a terrific flip messaging phone for Sprint, though it doesn't offer the app selection of other top smartphone platforms....

By SlashGear on

This is a phone for people familiar with the BlackBerry OS, people that’ve used a BlackBerry phone before, and those who have a strong love for the BlackBerry system. I found it to be a phone with alright capabilities, and it’s always cool...