BlackBerry 950

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An original Blackberry Pager.
The Blackberry 950 was part of the first generation of Blackberry Pagers.

BlackBerry 950 (introduced as "Inter@ctive Pager 950", development name "Leapfrog") is an early BlackBerry model, introduced in 1998 by Canadian smartphone manufacturer Research in Motion.[1] There were two editions, the Exchange Edition and the Internet Edition, both identical in hardware and differing only in the provided software; the Exchange Edition could connect to corporate email mailboxes running on Microsoft Exchange, while the Internet Edition could access general internet mailboxes only.[2]

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  1. ^ McNish, Jacquie; Silcoff, Sean (2015): Losing he Signal. The Untold Story Behind the Extraordinary Rise and Spectacular Fall of BlackBerry. pp. 50, 64-66. ISBN 978-1-250-06017-4.
  2. ^ a b Strietelmeier, Julie (February 26, 2001). "RIM BlackBerry 950 Review". The Gadgeteer.