With all the fancy new iPhones and Androids out there, everyone seems to think that there are only two types of phones you can get, but the BlackBerry has continued to endure and it’s for a number of reasons. The BlackBerry’s functionality, keyboard and its ability to perform multiple tasks, especially in the presence of a clear internet signal, have allowed the BlackBerry to keep up with some of the big names in smart phone technology despite the recent interest in touch screens, downloadable apps and voice recognition software.
The BlackBerry is the quintessential business phone for precisely these reasons. The connectivity allows users to access files and get online whether they are riding in the back of a cab on the way to a meeting, weathering a lengthy layover on a business trip, or just trying to access email during peak hours. With a BlackBerry, users can stay connected and up to date on their business while staying mobile, which is really what business is all about these days – mobility. Contrary to what some technology buffs and technophiles might be saying, it is likely that the BlackBerry will only evolve and get better in the face of an increasingly competitive smart phone environment.