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11 reviews
7 positive
0 mixed
4 negative
MSRP $200.00
Release date July, 2009
Brand RIM
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The BlackBerry Tour 9630 is a high-end smartphone launching in July 2009 on Verizon and Sprint cellular networks in the US. Unlike its major competitors, the touch-screen Palm Pre and iPhone 3GS, the 9630 features a full physical keyboard below a 480 x 360 pixel display. It works worldwide on 3G networks, and features BlackBerry Maps and built-in GPS with turn-by-turn directions. GPS also allows geo-tagging for photos taken with the 3.2-megapixel camera. A microSD card slot enables expanded storage (beyond the 256 MB on-board) for music, video, and photos. Battery life is rated at 5 hours talk time.

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standard (solid) BlackBerry build quality

full QWERTY keyboard

standardized battery - same that can be found on the Storm or Curve 8900

3.2MP autofocus camera

microSD card slot for memory expansion

considerably smaller than the bold

improved battery life over the Bold

256MB of RAM

quality, high resolution display

built-in GPS for geo-tagging, turn-by-turn directions, sending your location to friends, etc..

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no WiFi

annoying black border around the display

poor web browser - not up to other smartphone standards (iPhone, Pre, Android)

operating system has not been updated

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