Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Blackberry Curve 3G - A decent and adequate update of attraction

The development of Blackberry products is solely credited to the Canadian mobile manufacturing firm  Research in Motion and with Blackberry Curve 3G handset, they have come up with some extra tempting factors to attract users, especially those who are just entering the long list of Blackberry fans worldwide. Though the handset lacks any overwhelming functionalities, but has provided a decent approach to an entry level handset. It closely resembles the unique Blackberry industrial design with a standard 2.4 inches TFT screen and QWERTY keyboard below along with an optical track pad for navigating through the menu options presented.

Like other products from the same manufacturer, Blackberry Curve 3G also present a good messaging layout, thus providing an easier approach to emailing and text messaging giving out a pleasurable experience. The major attraction pertaining to this is the reliable push email service. But overall the interface presented with the Blackberry OS is not as intuitive as iOS or Android ones but for a first time user, it definitely feels special to have 3G functionality on board along with advanced social networking support. Besides, GPS is also a welcome addition to the handset providing navigation support with the help of Blackberry maps.
While considering the camera functionality, nothing extraordinary has been added to the handset and it has been kept standard aiming at first time users with a 2 mega pixel camera on the back of the handset.

Blackberry Curve 9300 3G has come up with an affordable price tag owing to its entry level approach along with business friendly looks and solid feel. It even provides better battery back up leading to better usage and performance. To make the phone look fresher, the manufacturer has also promised an upgrade to the latest Blackberry operating system version 6 which will provide a further attractive touch to the handset.

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