The design remained about the same, but AT&T Wireless' 7210 and T-Mobile's 7230 were the first BlackBerry handsets with color displays. And at the time, the 240x160-pixel, 65,000-color screens were considered high-resolution. The 7210 and 7230 lacked a speakerphone, but they won CNET's Editors' Choice Award.
CNET review bottom line: If you can find decent AT&T Wireless coverage in your area, the BlackBerry 7210 is an admirable and functional smartphone.
September 20, 2013 2:00 PM PDT
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