BlackBerry although not as tasty as Apple, has shown us what it can do with that QWERTY keyboard. This new image of the BlackBerry N-Series has surfaced, showing us that BlackBerry can still run in the smartphone race. Although a rumor, this image is probably real, as we’ve been expecting it for a while. If you’re one of those people who despise on-screen keyboards, get ready for January 30th, where you’ll get hear some more about this eye candy.
More and more hype is formed around the new iPhone as more leaks are found. Worldwide mobile sales on the other hand, unlike the iPhone specs, has evidence that people actually care as much as you do. Gartner a technological research company has released some expected statistics about worldwide mobile sales. Although, the 2.3 percent drop in mobile sales cannot all be credited towards the anticipated new iPhone, as other major phone companies are releasing some flagships in the early fall. Finally, no matter what you choose, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Windows Phone 8, ..etc. your purchase will always be tried to be predicted, today or in the future.
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