BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220 (T-Mobile): Review Part 1




Part 1 of Noah’s 2-part review of the BlackBerry 8220. The first-ever BlackBerry flip phone hides the buttons away for a sleek look, but does it have the juice to keep Crackberry addicts happy? Much more on the 8220 @ www.phonedog.com

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24 Responses to “BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220 (T-Mobile): Review Part 1”

  1. i cant adjust the volume for my media player how??????

  2. hav u solved thst problem yet?

  3. OMFG i got this and i went to the full menu then went to settings then clicked keyboard lock . how do i disable it and not the * and then green i mean disable it so it wont lock it anymore

  4. The phone is thinking…. you need to chill out for a minute.. ;)

  5. this guys funny.

  6. okay i think you all need to calm down, its just a video to inform people about a phone, no need for the fighting..

  7. does this fone have a qwerty keyboard. I mean i can see the letters but for some reason it doesn’t look like it performs as a keyboard. PLZ answer!

  8. YouTube FIGHT!!!

  9. shut up poor bitch just because ur jealous and have no life doesnt give u the right to talk to me like that. go suck on ur mothers dick son of a bitch

  10. your probably a spoiled little shit. kids like you should be ashamed. what did your dad spoil you to make up for him kicking your ass? seriously shut the fuck up dumbass. no one gives a shit what phone you have

  11. look who’s talkin fagstick, wat are u 12 years old? get a life fuckhead

  12. good one you fag. seriously get better come-backs you dumbass bitch

  13. this phone looks so retarted

  14. No, that’s your mothers job

  15. dude no one cares, suck a dick

  16. It uses SureType (2 letter per key) but still a qwerty layout

  17. Does this have a full keyboard?

  18. how do u insert the sim card?

  19. In my opinion, I think this phone is really nice. Its size is nice with all the features of any other Blackberry. The other Blackberries such as the curve all kind of look too big and wide but they do have the full QWERTY keyboard. However, this really doesn’t look too hard to type on once you get used to the layout of the QWERTY. I also like how the predictive text opperates and that you can still keep typing if the word you want doesn’t pop up.

  20. motherFuckingFucka on October 2nd, 2009 at 6:35 pm

    ewh. i got this. very laggy. freezes alot. bad keyboard. ( easy to use once you learn in like a couple of days. ) like i have to pound down on one of the keys for it to work. overall, it is pretty OK. not fabulous. i can obviously deal with it. but sometimes it just freezes on me and goes stupid. then i have to soft reset and let it do its thing. so yea its alright but i wouldnt really recommend it fully. :/ if anybody cares about my opinion

  21. got this for my dad,and hes not really a “TECH” person so hes not really into using the data plan and wat not,but somthing i find annoying is the keyboard for first time users.you just have to get used to the QWERTY style on this phone

  22. aubfreakingreyy on October 7th, 2009 at 1:44 am

    when your typing a message, and you want a period, push the space twice and it will make a period and then a space for your next sentence, just to let you know.

  23. Arcipestredehita on October 10th, 2009 at 1:03 pm

    I have a question, how to change the image without having to click next and put the pearl, that is to make it faster to see another image

  24. god i can’t wait for this phone to come out for verizon i love the keyboard i’ ve always liked them and i’m getting tired of my voyager and it’s clamshell i was gunna get the env touch but when i saw this i changed my mind

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