This sounds like the beginnings of some sort of taste test. I just stumbled upon this article from InfoWorld that says that the iPhone and other mobile advancements should “take a glimpse at a true smartphone”, and see who the real competition is. What device is tops, at least according to us and the folks at InfoWorld? Well, the answer is obvious.
“BlackBerry provides guaranteed delivery of messages, reliable and immediate device presence detection, and automatic message queuing at the wireless network (as opposed to Internet mail server) level, all made possible by a hub-and-spoke topology.”
It’s not all praise, though, as it appears as though the writer of the piece is looking to get a new, flashier device and is sure that operators are tired of all the extra work that comes along with having a BES and such. Give the article a read and check back in with me. Let me know what you think.