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Have you had the new BlackBerry 10 that’s was launched in late January? The re-designed BlackBerry platform is available on two new LTE-enabled smartphones, the BlackBerry Z10 (all-touch) and BlackBerry® Q10 (touch with physical keyboard). I don’t know which model you prefer, I just want to show you the new case from OtterBox to protect the Z10 model.
BlackBerry smartphones are still admired by corporate professionals for their features and services. However, they lag behind in terms of number of apps offered by Android or iPhones. There are not many camera apps available for BackBerry. Here is a short list of top camera apps that can inspire you in taking and editing photos on your BlackBerry smartphone.
This is a free photo editor that allows you to correct and adjust your images and apply effects on them. You can edit the photos taken by camera of your BlackBerry phone or the images that you have loaded on your phone. While editing an image the toolbar is displayed under the screen for easy access. You can tweak hue, contrast, brightness and color by going to the Settings. There are also standard tools for cropping, resizing, rotating an image and red eye remover. You can select from a wide range of Image Effects and different frames for your images. While the app is simple and user friendly with various image effects you may be missing the text tool.
With this unique BlackBerry camera app, you can take image of the screen of your BlackBerry phone. The app takes image of your screen and saves it memory card or internal memory of the phone. After you have opened the app, click the ‘screen shot taking’. You can hear the sound of camera shutter. There is no limitation of time for taking screenshots and you can email the shots you have taken. Images can be stored in several formats like JPEG, WBMP, TIFF, BMP,PNG and GIF.
Released two weeks ago by Amosu, the ‘Blackberry 24ct Gold Swarovski Bold 9900‘ is skilfully smothered with over 650 Swarovski crystals encrusted in its bezel and also plated with 24ct Hardened Gold. Without the benefit of the doubt, this will most certainly set you apart from ordinary day-to-day BlackBerry Bold 9900 user by far and will most certainly “Add A Shine To Your Life”. The handset is available and retailing at £1599 for silver & Swarovski or £1699 for 24ct gold & Swarovski (further options are available to personalised with your name or company logo engraved on the back).
Amosu Couture (www.amosu.co.uk) announced the world’s first 24 Carat Gold BlackBerry 9900. The 24 Carat gold is compelled around the bezel giving it a distinct look. The handset is now available to pre order on www.amosucouture.com and retailing at £999 (further options are available in white, yellow or platinum gold or encrusted in Swarovski or diamonds, each can be personalised with your name or company logo engraved on the back).
Luxury designer Alexander Amosu has created his latest master piece, 18 carat solid gold blackberry torch. The mid frame in 18 carat solid gold and weighs approximately 38gms whilst the other parts are in metallic gold colour. This limited edition handset was made to order by an international super model in the United States.
Amosu Couture introduces the new Blackberry Bold 9780 in an even more unique way. Obtain a BlackBerry 9780 completely plated in 24ct. mirror gold finish. Yes, completely in gold. This includes the BlackBerry keypad in Gold. You can get this baby for just £1250 or send them your existing handset and will change it into gold for £550.
RIM announced the BlackBerry® Style™ 9670 smartphone. BlackBerry Style is a new flip smartphone featuring a full QWERTY BlackBerry® keyboard, the new BlackBerry® 6 operating system and a wide range of advanced communications and multimedia capabilities. It will be available in the United States only from Sprint beginning on Oct. 31 for $99.99 (after a $100 mail-in rebate) with a new line or eligible upgrade and two-year service agreement with activation on a Sprint® Business Advantage Messaging and Data plan or Everything plan with data.
Boost Mobile launched the BlackBerry® Curve™ 8530 smartphone from Research In Motion (RIM) for $249.99 (excluding taxes). BlackBerry Curve 8530 smartphone features include: Built-in Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g), full QWERTY keypad and optical trackpad navigation; Access to BlackBerry App World™; Media player; 3G; Support for BlackBerry services; Full HTML Web browsing; Digital camera with zoom and video recording; microSD™/SDHC memory card slot, a 2GB microSD™ card is included; Supports voice-activated dialing and Bluetooth® (version 2.1); Multimedia, text and instant messaging; GPS, voice mail, caller ID, call waiting and call forwarding.