Cell phone review blackberry curve

Cell Phone Review: BlackBerry Curve

The BlackBerry Curve series of smart phones has never failed to impress users with its array of features and powerful performance. The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the latest addition to the Curve family.

External Features to Flatter: BlackBerry Curve 8900 comes with one of the slimmest QWERTY keypads among all the BlackBerry phones which have been released so far. It is also the lightest in this category of smartphones and is the slimmest of all the BlackBerrys on offer. The shape has the basic BlackBerry exoskeleton but the edges and corners have been further smoothened that helps to grip the much slimmer phone in a better way and helps to fit it easily into the pockets of the executively-dressed folks — the Curve’s target audience. The overall configuration evokes a feeling of sturdiness and a device that will not lose its edge even it is mishandled for a few years.

One feature that immediately grabs your attention is the TFT LCD that measures around 2.4-inches and has been enriched with 480 x 360 pixels of brilliant resolution. The keypad is similar to BlackBerry Bold. However they have been redesigned to assist faster messaging, making it a breeze to use.

More Convenience & Some Add-ons: just below the screen display, all the standard navigation keys like the Talk, End, Menu, Back and Navigator have been placed. This makes the layout simple to handle and switching between messaging and talking on the Curve is a smooth ride. The side control functionality is undemanding and fulfills the promise of offering single-handed operation. The user interface features the BlackBerry’s best OS — the OS 4.6.1.114 making the entire interface more interactive and it features applications that help in editing everything from Word and Excel to PowerPoint files. The biggest improvement over the older models would be its web browser.

The Curve 8900 now comes with a HTML capable browser with support for RSS feeds, enabling users to get access to real-time news on the go. The GPS has been offered as a built-in feature, helping users to access BlackBerry Maps, Google Maps and TeleNav GPS Navigator. It has 64 MB of installed memory along with a micro-SD slot.

Verdict: Along with some other features like the Wi-Fi and 3.2 Megapixel camera, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 proves hard to resist as a multi-functional phone. Its design and the functionalities have been combined together in a smart and reasonably priced manner to make it appealing to both the smartphone addicts and first-time purchasers.

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