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Research In Motion Ltd. Is back among the top five smartphone makers with the most shipments of devices in the third quarter, after briefly dropping out amid falling sales in more developed.

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Today, Gartner released first quarter 2010 worldwide mobile phone sales data, and it's the set that matters. Unlike IDC or manufacturers like Apple, Gartner tracks actual sales to users rather than shipments to carriers or retailers. Shipment data is less accurate, because of unsold inventory in the channel. Based on sales, Apple ranked No. 7 in worldwide mobile handset sales, just behind sagging Motorola. That's for all phones, not just smartphones.

For smartphones, Android and iPhone OS made huge gains, with Gartner describing them as the 'winners' for the quarter. Android rose from 575,300 unit sales to 5.2 million year over year, pushing Windows Mobile down into the fifth position. Because there already is a fair amount of misreporting, such as Apple pushing ahead of Motorola, I will continue the main portion of this post with some quick -- and in some instances -- corrective facts:

1. Nokia is not in rapid decline. While the manufacturer's market share dipped 1.2 percent, to 35 percent, unit sales rose by 12.7 million to 110.1 million.

2. Apple did not outsell Motorola. But I've been reading this heresy for weeks based on unit shipments. Based on actual sales, Motorola is No. 6 worldwide.

3. Motorola is rapidly declining, however. Year over year, unit shipments plunged from 16.6 million to 9.6 million.

4. Research in Motion moved into the top five, at No. 4, for worldwide phone sales. That's while competing against cheaper handsets from competitors like Nokia. While growing less than Apple, 45.9 percent year over year compared to 112.2 percent, RIM sales are much stronger.

5. White box competition is sucking sales from major manufacturers. Combined top-five share dropped from 73.3 percent to 70.7 percent year over year. White box manufacturers are mostly shipping from Asia, and some are mimicking handsets like iPhone, while offering more features, such as dual-SIM capabilities.

6. Like early early iPhones, Android-based phone sales are strong in North America -- up 707 percent year over year.

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7. Distribution mattered to Apple. 'Growth came partly from new communication service providers in established markets, such as the UK, and stronger sales in new markets such as China and South Korea,' Carolina Milanesi, Gartner research vice president, said in a statement.

8. Only Android and iPhone OS made year-over-year market share gains among the top-five smartphone operating systems.

9. The quarter's best performers controlled hardware, software and services -- essentially an end-to-end stack, except for carriers. Apple, Nokia and RIM are end-to-end providers.

10. Windows Mobile market share declines are somewhat deceptive. While smartphone OS market share fell from 10.2 percent to 6.8 percent, unit sales were flat year over year. Windows Mobile is more standing still than moving backwards, as competitors race by.

Now for some additional data points and quotes from Gartner analysts. Mobile handset sales rose 17 percent year of year to 314.7 million. Smartphone sales rose 48.7 percent to 54.3 million. Smartphones accounted for 17.3 percent of all mobile phones sales in first quarter, up from 13.6 percent a year earlier.

'Increasing sales of white-box products in some emerging regions, in particular India, also drove sales of mobile phones upward. We expect sales of white-box products to remain very healthy for the remainder of 2010, especially outside of China,' Milanesi said in the statement.

What this means:India is one of Nokia's strongest markets worldwide. Increasing white box popularity could drive down Nokia's share in India. For all major manufacturers, there will be increasing pressure to stay ahead of white box phone makers and, related, those imitating big-five designs.

'To compete in such a crowded [smartphone] market, manufacturers need to tightly integrate hardware, user interface, and cloud and social networking services if their solutions are to appeal to users,' Roberta Cozza, Gartner principal research analyst said in a statement. 'Just adding a qwerty keyboard will not make a device fit the communication's habits of today's various consumer segments.'

What this means: Apple, Nokia and RIM have potentially stronger positions, the latter two only if they pull together weak services strategies. Google needs to standardize all Android handsets on one OS version and set of supporting services; even then, Google doesn't control enough of the stack.

History of BlackBerry

BlackBerry was first introduced as a two ways pager in Munich, Germany, in 1999, designed and marked by BlackBerry limited. It is formerly known as Research in Motion Limited (RIM). The most recent BlackBerry devices are the Z30, Z10, Q10 and Q5. The Z10 and Q10 were released on January 30, 2013, and the Q5 was released on May 14, 2013. The user interface varies by model; most had featured a physical QWERTY keyboard, while newer generations have relied on a multi-touch screen and virtual keypad. BlackBerry’s latest Flagship phone the BlackBerry Z30 based on a 5” Super AMOLED, 1280×720 resolution, at 295 ppi 24-bit color depth and powered by Quad-Graphics and Qualcomm’s Dual Core 1.7 GHz MSM8960T Pro.

I am using BlackBerry device for past 7 years and browsing its developed apps. As you all know every electronic device has pros and cons incorporated with the device including blackberry os advantages and disadvantages so below are few of them for you to know:

Advantages of BlackBerry device

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The BlackBerry Device allows the users to access their mail, text, social media activity and calendar, and provides Internet access through 2g, 3g, and in some devices 4g and Wi-Fi connection, host of applications designed to make people’s lives more efficient. You can securely connect your device to an MS office mail server.

Good QWERTY keyboard, well for web browsing, good for social networking like Messengers via BlackBerry messenger (BBM), Yahoo, Gtalk, Viber, and WhatsApp – Call quality is very good, fast texting, multiple emails, good battery life, well-made stylish phones.

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You will not be able to lose your data. Even if you take out your BlackBerry’s battery and put it back after a week, you will still have all of your data on it. BlackBerry device is very easy to use and small enough to carry around. The blackberry has a wireless network so you can use it from where ever you want.

Blackberry devices have security accreditation from a variety of organizations worldwide. Its data encryption technology is well respected. Most of government agencies and corporations worldwide use Blackberry smartphones because of the devices’ ability to secure sensitive information.

Portable

Research in Motion (RIM) invented the push e-mail technology that lends the core functionality of their devices. BlackBerry devices have a reliable or a secure e-mail delivery system. No other smartphone has this respect.

BlackBerry mobile phones have a GPS system. From this feature it seems quite impossible to lose your device. If in any case you lose your device you can track it down easily. BlackBerry features and benefits are up to date and have caught up with the technological growing market.

Disadvantages of BlackBerry device

Some times in Blackberry track ball devices, the track ball falls out from the device because of the very harsh use.

If you travel a lot in different countries you need special permission to use BlackBerry messenger (BBM), because many countries don’t allow BlackBerry messenger (BBM).

Because of the security check software BlackBerry take 5 to 10 minutes to turn on after unplugging the battery.

The BlackBerry curve and BlackBerry bold are the big, bulky phones. It may not be able to fit in your pockets.

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Almost all models have similar utility and features, Minor changes in new models.

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BlackBerry is a good smartphone for both Business and formal use; it has all features which are needed in a good smartphone.