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Ilse Jurriën : April 19th 2009 - 09:00 CET

Blackberry Curve review


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BlackBerryBlackberry Curve review at LetsGoMobile : Our collegues over at LetsGoMobile have published a test about the BlackBerry Curve. After the run of compact mobile phones, when innovation could not produce more in that regard, the functionality of the phone became more important again which is obvious when you see the Blackberry Curve 8900. Full QWERTY keyboards and large touchscreens started appearing on mobile phones due to the advance of the Internet and increasingly more SMS text messages. This appearance, combined with style and less weight, is likely to continue for the time being.

• Read the full BlackBerry Curve review at LetsGoMobile.
BlackBerry review

Blackberry Curve smartphone with 3.2 Megapixel camera
The camera has finally been slightly improved compared to previous Blackberry smartphone models. Whereas the latter featured an integrated 2.0 megapixel camera, the Blackberry Curve 8900 now features a 3.2 megapixel camera with auto focus. This is still not the pick of the basket, although the autofocus makes it easier to take a picture with acceptable quality. The 'Settings' menu also offers GeoTagging, which adds a little extra information to your picture. With a tag, you are able to see where the picture was taken. This is made possible by linking information to the phone using the GPS antenna.

BlackBerry Curve test

BlackBerry Curve test - Internet phone
LetsGoMobile adds: "To be able to access the Internet, a shortcut is placed on the main screen. The Blackberry Curve 8900 supports WiFi and EDGE/GPRS. Sadly enough, there is no support for HSDPA. This support could have increased the phone's ranking by two full marks. Personally I think this device requires HSDPA although perhaps Blackberry does not want to get in the way of the Bold. The browser in itself is top of the top and combined with the trackball, it is easy to use the Internet on this Blackberry smartphone. Only the speed needs to be improved."

BlackBerry Curve review

Blackberry Curve review
The Curve 8900 is the latest model from the Blackberry Curve series. The smartphone certainly looks a lot better than its predecessor; more like the Blackberry Bold only slimmer. The new BlackBerry phone features a 3.2 megapixel digital camera, built-in GPS antenna, Wi-Fi and a high resolution color monitor. For more information, read the full BlackBerry Curve review at LetsGoMobile.




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