Phone Reviews: BlackBerry RIM Curve-8320 Pale Gold

Short Review

  • Size: 107 x 60 x 16 mm
  • Weight: 111 g
  • Display: 2.5” Color LCD, 320 x 240 (QVGA) resolution, 65,000 Colors
  • Network: GSM Quad-Band
  • Memory: 60 MB built-in, microSD card slot
  • Data: EDGE (2.5G), WiFi (802.11 b/g) with UMA support
  • Carrier: T-Mobile USA (Locked)
  • Form Factor: Candybar
  • Notable Features: Push Email with MS Exchange and Lotus Domino support; Extensive IM support; A/V player; Trackball navigation and full QWERTY keypad
  • Make/Model: RIM BlackBerry Curve (8320)

Excellent QWERTY keypad; WiFi for Email/Web and UMA voice calling; Legendary push Email system; Trackball navigation; Media player with 3.5mm headphone jack.

No 3G data; No GPS; Web browser not on par with best smartphones; Memory card hidden behind battery.

T-Mobile's version of the curve is one of the best smartphones on everything. There is a lack of data access high-speed data, but adds WiFi for data access and unlimited calls AMU, and the inclusion of a 2MP camera with flash and making standard headphones to make this the most oriented Consumer BlackBerry ever. Overall it is an excellent smartphone adds some entertainment value to the renowned BlackBerry push email service, and is actually a hair more sensitive than AT & T version.

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