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Top 9 Android Smartphones With Physical QWERTY Keyboards

Phones with QWERTY keyboards haven’t been super popular in years. These types of phones were more popular when the original Palm Pilots were around, as well as when BlackBerry was in its prime. Today, however, you just don’t see them much anymore, except for maybe a few small cases. However, they’re still being made quite

5 Best Phones With Full Physical Qwerty Keyboard In 2019

There’s plenty of reasons you may want to get a phone with an actual, physical Qwerty keyboard where you have to punch in the numbers. If you currently have a smartphone, but want to downgrade to just the basics to clear some clutter from your life, or perhaps you know someone who could use a

Five reasons why we need BlackBerry on the Android team

The rumor is not new. In some shape or form, we’ve been expecting BlackBerry to reach to the dark Google side for salvation for several years now. It seems to be the Canadians’ only shot at a hardware business revival of sorts, and by extension, the company’s survival as a whole. Granted, John Chen could

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Samsung’s ICS running QWERTY smartphone GT-B5330 leaks

We never have enough of new device leaks, especially if it’s coming from a top Android OEM. While most of us might think that Samsung has its hands tied with the Galaxy S III launch stateside, the company seems to be working on something for developing markets. QWERTY Android devices haven’t really caught up with

Huawei Concept Andoid Phone brings a cool new form factor

Berlin Germany- When we stopped by the Huawei booth we were treated to the IDEOS line, just announced to come to the US at a lower pice point and for pre-pay customers. The IDEOS is a solid line for enty-midrange Android devices. Our Senior Editor Russell Holly will soon add more to the Huawei IDEOS

Motorola Charm Android with a Moto Q style

By: Gunnar Saxon Before I start this post, I want to thank The Droid Guy for allowing me to collaborate with him for this article. Back to business. The Motorola Charm is the first Android phone of it’s kind to date. With a BlackBerry-esque form factor, complete with four row qwerty-keyboard, and MOTOBLUR installed over