First impressions of the BlackBerry Onyx appear online

First impressions of the BlackBerry Onyx appear online

Summary: Kevin Michaluk is always the first to post hands-on reviews of the latest and greatest RIM BlackBerry devices and continues that trend with his review of the BlackBerry Onyx. The Onyx is a non-touch screen device, but as Kevin mentions every other one of these has had one area of compromise and this one packs it all in with 3G, WiFi, GPS, and a 3.2 megapixel camera in a compact form factor.

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Kevin Michaluk is always the first to post hands-on reviews of the latest and greatest RIM BlackBerry devices and continues that trend with his review of the BlackBerry Onyx. The Onyx is a non-touch screen device, but as Kevin mentions every other one of these has had one area of compromise and this one packs it all in with 3G, WiFi, GPS, and a 3.2 megapixel camera in a compact form factor.

CrackBerry.com does a great job with this first impressions article that has photos, a video and lots of details about this device. Keep in mind this is a pre-release device and details on when and where it will launch are still very sketchy.

The device has a 480x360 resolution display and seems to be closest in form factor to the Curve 8900, which is a very good device with a compact form factor and highly capable QWERTY keyboard.

Topics: Mobility, Hardware, BlackBerry

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