Blackberry Does It Again
The blackberry curve avaliable on TMobile Cell Phones was officially released on 11th February, 2009 in USA. T-Mobile Blackberry Cell Phones were previously thought to become a part of the 9000 series of the brand but, nevertheless at release it featured in the 8900 series mainly simply because of the lack of 3G. The phone officially identified as the BlackBerry Curve 8900 is a Quad band EDGE/SM mobile phone. According to the experts the cell phone is a successor of BlackBerry Curve 8300 with improvements in almost every aspect. The cell phone isn’t only smaller when compared with its counterpart but is also loaded with a much better camera. Higher resolution display, smaller keyboard, different USB ports, much better atomic trackball, larger internal memory are some of the functions providing an edge to the cell phone.
Features: This latest offering surely provides the users with an edge when it comes to emails. The desktop redirect software can be used for setting up each work and individual accounts. The device can be easily hooked with a BlackBerry server or can be merely used for creating as many as ten accounts through the online services. Let’s move forward to a few of the other features other than the email dedicated heart. The music player can handle file formats like AAC and MP3 while the video player is compatible with both Xvid and DivX files. Both the music and video player are competent enough to set playlists or shuffle tracks. The small yet useful display provides a lively and brighter picture as far as video quality is concerned.
Camera: The 3.2 Megapixel camera of the cellular phone has been a case of worry for most of its users. The camera as reported showcases really low resolution thus, making it only suitable for MMS messages and small prints. The camera can be used for capturing both still and video shots even though the users have a option of making use of the LED flashlight in dull atmosphere.
Design: Bringing together the designing characteristics of both BlackBerry 9000 and BlackBerry Curve 8310, 8900 is a much compactor and attractive mobile phone. Sliding down comfortably in the pocket, the dimension of the phone is neither too large nor too modest. The unique pattern has rapidly created the cell phone well-liked amongst both the businessmen and teenagers. The screen is small, yet potent and will absolutely surprise with its bright and lively colors. On the other hand the QWERTY keyboard of the device offers a very straightforward and reliable typing experience. 8900 also features a trackball extremely effective for scrolling through websites, emails and other functional areas.
Performance: The phone comes along a effective battery which can last for 2 days even following regular usage. Most of the users reported the call quality to be a little fuzzy, with lower level of volume during calls. Although the loudspeaker is big and loud but, absolutely sounds tinny when tuned too high. On the other hand the interface of the mobile was quite fast without any lag while running application or switching between various sections of the menu. Although, 8900 is well designed and equipped with exceptional capabilities, for most of the lack of 3G support was a point of disappointment.
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