Sunday, 9 January 2011

BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300

Product TypeSmart phone
ConnectivityBluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G
Operating systemOther
Screen size2.4 in.
Camera resolution2 megapixels
Size (WxHxD)60x109x14 mm
Weight104 g
Available coloursBlack

Like its BlackBerry brethren, the Curve 3G's Qwerty keyboard makes it a great choice for people who love texting and emailing. The BlackBerry Messenger instant-messaging service lets you chat for free with other 'Berry owners, anywhere in the world. The phone also lets you use up to ten email accounts, with support for push email letting you get your emails as soon as they hit the server. The only downside to these features is that you must have a BlackBerry contract for the phone to work -- you can't just pick up a cheap SIM card from anywhere. If you don't have a BlackBerry contract, most of the phone's features won't work at all.
For social butterflies, there are solid Facebook and Twitter apps on the Curve 3G, with a decent choice of more from the BlackBerry App World store. BlackBerry apps tend to be more expensive than similar apps on the iPhone or on Android platforms, but there are plenty of free ones too, and they tend to be reliable.



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