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Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G Phone

Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G Phone compatable with FaceBook, Twitter and BlackBerry Messenger. Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G Phone allows you to relax to music or get engrossed in a movie. All backed up by the amazing BlackBerry email service. Buy Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G Phone SIM Free

Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G Features:

  • 3G network support
  • Optical trackpad
  • Full QWERTY keyboard
  • Simultaneous voice and data
  • Instant Messaging; BlackBerry Messenger
  • Browser
  • GPS
  • Media player
  • Organizer
  • Bluetooth
  • Tethered modem
  • Display: 320x240 pixel colour; Transmissive TFT LCD; Font size (user selectable)
  • Displays over 65,000 colors
  • Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g/n; WPA / WPA2 Personal and Enterprise; Cisco CCX certified
  • Support for UMA (carrier-dependent)
  • 256 MB flash memory/256 MB SDRAM
  • Expandable memory—support for microSD card
  • Video format support: MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV9
  • Audio format support: MP3, AMR-NB, AAC-LC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, Flac, Ogg Vorbis
  • 2.0 MP camera; Fixed focus; Camera and video recording
  • Dimention: 109 mm x 60 mm x 13.9 mm
  • Weight: 104 grams
Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G Phone

About Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G Phone

RIM has added another new handset to its BlackBerry range with the launch of the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300. The BlackBerry Curve 3G comes with BlackBerry OS 5, but it will be getting an upgrade to the latest BlackBerry 6 OS.

BlackBerry Curve 3G features a full QWERTY keyboard, built in GPS and WiFi, a range of dedicated media keys, a camera, a microSD/SDHC card slot that can take up to 32GB of memory and support for 3G.

The BlackBerry Curve 9300 uses the same physical Qwerty seen on previous Curve-series handsets like the Curve 8520 and 8900. Some see it as a lesser version of the excellent, but chunkier, keyboard of the Bold series, but we it more as "different" than "worse".

Each key of the Qwerty is discrete, each living in its own hole cut into the BlackBerry Curve 9300's fascia. This means that while each key is tiddly, your finger can find its way easily, as you can feel the gaps between keys without looking.
Standard typing on the keyboard is a doddle, with an easier learning curve than the BlackBerry Bold 9700's much-praised mini-Qwerty. It works by giving each key two functions. Type away in a message or email app as normal and you'll get letters – but for numbers or symbols you'll need the "alt" button. Each key is assigned a number or symbol, clearly displayed on the button itself.

>From the BlackBerry Bold 9300's home screen, the keys work as shortcuts to phone functions too. The number keys act like a standard numerical pad, but other letters head instantly to the contact search box and the "enter" button head to the calendar. Hold down a button and you're given the option to assign a speed dial for that key.

A handful of keys have preset "held down" functions, such as Q's profile change, A's phone lock and the 1 key's standard voicemail function, but you'll still have more than a dozen speed dial options to choose from. Who needs the phone book?

Helping out with navigation duties is the optical trackpad, which has been a standard feature in BlackBerrys since late last year, usurping the scroll ball. Some of you may pine after this BlackBerry oldie, but we still love the BlackBerry trackpad. Not only does it act as a hyper-responsive scroll interface, it's also the Blackberry Curve 9300's main "select" button. Using the same capacitive touch tech as Apple's iPhone, it's silky smooth and reacts to a light touch just as well as a firm one.

BlackBerrys can appear dull, constantly re-using the same interface elements, resulting in phones that can seem eerily similar to ones released 12 months earlier. The BlackBerry Curve 9300 is no different, looking and feeling much like 2009's Curve phones.

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