blackjack II

  • PSA: Windows Mobile 6.1 upgrade for Blackjack II is now live

    PSA: Windows Mobile 6.1 upgrade for Blackjack II is now live

    MobileCrunch is reporting that the upgrade for the BJII is now live. Read More

  • Blackjack II officially gets upped to Windows Mobile 6.1

    Blackjack II officially gets upped to Windows Mobile 6.1

    While the Windows Mobile 6.1 upgrade for the Blackjack II first peeked its head up a few days ago, the download links didn’t actually, you know, work. That’s all fixed now, fortunately. If you’re rockin’ a Blackjack II and have been itchin’ to get it up on 6.1, head over here. Read More

  • Leap year patch for BlackJacks, ACE WinMo phones now out

    [photopress:samsung_home_screen_calendar_right.jpg,full,center] Windows Mobile 6 users on certain devices may have noticed that their homescreen calendars didn’t automatically sync up with that pesky extra day at the end of last month, leap year being as it is, we had 29 days in February. There’s a patch out, so if you’re an ACE, or BlackJack, or BlackJack II user, you’ll… Read More

  • Blackjack II available on Black Friday

    Blackjack II available on Black Friday

    The black Blackjack II will be on store shelves this Friday with the red wine version going on sale 12/6. It’s $149.99 with two-year contract. That is all. Read More

  • Hands on with the Blackjack II

    Hands on with the Blackjack II

    Try as they might, Samsung and AT&T attempted to keep the Blackjack II under wraps, but something always surfaces, which is the case with the Blackjack II. The highly anticipated next-generation Blackjack is significantly improved over its predecessor. Take your pick between red wine and slick black, I’d suggest the red wine because it has a textured feel sort of like faux leather, but… Read More

  • Samsung i617 outed as Blackjack II

    Samsung i617 outed as Blackjack II

    The highly anticipated Blackjack II has been unveiled and it’s the Samsung i617. A lot of details are still hidden somewhere, but we do know that it’s running WinMo 6, the camera has been bumped up to 2-megapixels and HSDPA ensures wicked fast data transfer, which means AT&T is all but assured as the carrier. That’s not much of a surprise considering the original Blackjack… Read More