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BlackBerry Curve 8900 6.2 cm (2.44") Single SIM 1400 mAh Black

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  • - 6.2 cm (2.44") 480 x 360 pixels
  • - Single SIM
  • - Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
  • - Single camera
  • - Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) 1400 mAh
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8900, 2.44" TFT, 480x360, GSM/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900, Wi-Fi, GPS, Camera 3.2 Mpx, Bluetooth, Black, 109.9g
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BlackBerry Curve 8900, 6.2 cm (2.44"), 480 x 360 pixels, Black

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BlackBerry Curve 8900. Display diagonal: 6.2 cm (2.44"), Display resolution: 480 x 360 pixels. Rear camera type: Single camera. SIM card capability: Single SIM. Battery capacity: 1400 mAh. Product colour: Black. Weight: 109.9 g

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Reviews
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:39
Uk has collected 103 expert reviews for BlackBerry Curve 8900 6.2 cm (2.44") Single SIM 1400 mAh Black and the average expert rating is 80 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
80%
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letsgomobile.org/en
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
T he size of mobile phones has drastically changed over the past few years. The first generation of the mobile phone was huge, its external antenna and heavy weight made it unappealing to carry the phone with you at all times. Not long later, many new...
Bottom line F or owners of the current series of the Blackberry Curve, the Blackberry Curve 8900 is worth the upgrade. The new Blackberry look is nicely integrated in the design and only minor design changes have been made such as the ability to remove the memo...
73%
Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
Design There are two ways to look at Research in Motions latest BlackBerry handset. You could pass it off as "just another BlackBerry", the design of the full-QWERTY keyboard and rounded edges suggest this, but we think that would be unfair. The 8900...
Good Beautifully designed, Excellent QWERTY keyboard, Outstanding battery life, WiFi and GPS...
Bad No 3G, Only 256MB microSD included...
Bottom line We wanted a "Baby Bold" but instead got the "Bold lite". Not having 3G seriously cripples an otherwise excellent BlackBerry.
73%
smh.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
Price: $929Rating: 4.5 The newest BlackBerry smartphone reminds us of Doctor Whos TARDIS. Like that phone booth that doubles as a time machine, the Curve 8900 magically packs much more into its slim black-and-silver chassis than would seem possib...
90%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
RIM, the manufacturer of the iconic BlackBerry smartphone, has certainly been busy of late. In the past few months it has launched the first clamshell BlackBerry, the BlackBerry Pearl Flip, the first touch-screen BlackBerry, the Storm, and the BlackBerry Bold. The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the latest RIM smartphone to hit the Australian market, and its the smallest and lightest BlackBerry to feature a full QWERTY keyboard. Initially launched with Vodafone in Australia (other telcos dont offer...
Good Excellent design, fantastic display, BlackBerry e-mail, Wi-Fi and GPS, 3.5mm headphone jack, document editor...
Bad Lack of 3G connectivity, flimsy battery cover rattles, keyboard is a little noisy when pressed...
Bottom line Despite lacking 3G, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 is still an excellent smartphone, and it boasts an outstanding display. The stylish and compact design makes it the best looking BlackBerry yet, without compromising the end user experience...
85%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is RIMs new mid-range Qwerty device, sitting somewhere between the bigger Bold and Storm and the non-Qwerty Pearl and Flip. The previous 8300 series Curves found favour with corporate buyers by providing a well-featured and u...
Bottom line An excellent phone for businesses and consumers, although some will find the lack of 3G a concern...
83%
tracyandmatt.co.uk
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2013-11-09 07:41:36
The Curve 8900 (also known the RIM Javelin) at first glance seems similar to the Bold 9000, but it seems to be a step up with some new features and a step down in size!As with most of the Blackberry family the Curve 8900 is aimed at business users and...
Bottom line The Blackberry Curve 8900 is a definite hit with me. It’s easy to get used to even if you’ve never used any Blackberry phones before. The sound quality is good and the sharp display excels itself.Messaging is easy to use even with the smaller...
0%
digitalversus.com
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2013-11-09 07:41:36
Smaller and cheaper, the Curve 8900 is Bold’s little brother.It has Wi-fi/GPRS/EDGE connectivity but no high speed, so does that really ruin the deal? Solid, sleeek and sophisticatedNo mistake here, this is definitely a RIM baby and it carries all the...
Good Communicationfriendly tool, Ergonomics / Build, Battery life, Great display, Speaker...
Bad Internet browsing, No 3 G/3G, No FM radio, Multimedia capabilities, Micro SD card not supplied...
80%
gadgetrepublic.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:37
It feels as though RIM has brought a flurry of new BlackBerry devices onto the market in the past few months, and while the Storm, Pearl Flip and original Pearl have obvious features that mark them out as a must buy/must avoid - depending on your requi...
Good Highresolution screen, lightweight, WiFi on board...
Bad EDGE instead of 3G, Price: Available from O2 Ireland from €199, depending on subscriber plans.
0%
techadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:38
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 from Research in Motion is available on O2, and is the thinnest and lightest BlackBerry smartphone to date. Along with the regular push email features seen on every other BlackBerry, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 includes a 2...
Bottom line Especially for users with good Wi-Fi coverage, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 is a solid BlackBerry (and lighter, too). Keith Shaw...
80%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:38
Looking a lot like Blackberrys flagship, the Bold 9000, the latest handset from Canadian email maestro Research in Motion (RIM), is a slightly more compact version of that phone but still manages to pack in almost all of the same features. Theres Wi-...
Bottom line The 8900 looks good and does everything youd want a BlackBerry to do. The only question is, do you want HSDPA and 3G? If you dont - and with the 8900s Wi-Fi, you might well not - this Bold Junior is rather cheaper than the RIM flagship, and comes w...
85%
techradar.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:38
The classic QWERTY keyboard-packing BlackBerry has been getting a subtle but important makeover recently, slowly moving out of the boardroom ghetto to become all things for everyone. The Bold and Storm marked the new line in the sand with their stylish...
Good Stylish and compact, 3.2 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm headphone jack, GPS...
Bad No 3G, Keyboard feels just a little cramped...
80%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:38
With all the fuss surrounding the arrival of the Storm it's easy to forget that most people still buy a BlackBerry to keep up with their email while on the move and aren't all that fussed about it's other myriad of features. The Curve 8900 is designed to...
Bottom line The Curve 8900 is a worthy successor to the previous models in RIM's Curve range. This is because the company has managed to retain the DNA that made those devices so popular while also adding some neat extras into the mix such as the classier looks, fast...
80%
igizmo.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:39
The everyman BlackBerry gets a big ol' consumer-friendly update Great screen / Ease of use / Features No 3G / Camera lag The much-anticipated BlackBerry Curve 8900, previously codenamed Javelin, is here, replacing the old 8300 series as RIM’s mainstrea...
Good Great screen, Ease of use, Features...
Bad No 3G, Camera lag...
Bottom line It all adds up to a solid-feeling, good-looking smartphone with a decent feature set, all tied together with a very mature operating system.If email’s important to you, it’s an excellent choice – but Blackberry’s impressive steps i...
80%
alphr.com
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2013-11-09 07:41:39
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is RIM's new mid-range device, sitting somewhere between the bigger Bold and Storm and the non-qwerty Pearl and Flip. The previous 83xx series Curves found favour with both corporate buyers and consumers by providing a well fe...
Bottom line An excellent phone for both businesses and consumers, although some will find the lack of 3G a concern...
83%
pz10.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:39
The sharp and compact BlackBerry Curve 8900 spells business and oozes with class. Easily the hottest looker in the Curve lineup - and possibly portfolio-wide - earns much respect as a massive functionality upgrade over its predecessors.The distinct ins...
0%
techadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:42
RIM (BlackBerry) came out with some brand-new BlackBerry handset designs last year that diverted attention from what it does best: make solid business smartphones for businesspeople. The BlackBerry Curve 8900 returns to the original remit, having pic...
Bottom line What you don’t get on the BlackBerry Curve 8900 are 3G connectivity or a screenful of apps that you don’t really need – any extras you decide you need will soon be available from the Storefront. The result is a solid, smart but unflashy...
90%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:42
There's little to dislike about the BlackBerry Curve 8900, which is an old favourite with a few tweaks.While RIM has gone all consumer with its Bold, Pearl and Storm models, the Curve is firmly aimed at business users. The new model, however, acknowled...
70%
hereshow.ca
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
But if you want small, lightweight, and multifunctional, I'd opt for the Curve 8900, even over the Pearl. It's only slightly larger, but affords the ability to manipulate a full QWERTY keyboard instead of using SureType.
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stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20 04:34:27
Video review: A great BlackBerry for work and play, and ideal if you don’t fancy the specced up Bold or the Storm...
Good Excellent screen. Easy email access. Good media player...
Bad Poor camera. Lack of 3G...
Bottom line A great BlackBerry for work and play, and ideal if you don’t fancy the specced up Bold or the Storm...
80%
uk.askmen.com
Updated:
2014-05-15 03:59:45
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 has a solid, slick design that features a gorgeous 2.4-inch screen, a 3.2-megapixel camera, the usual backlit QWERTY keyboard, and a sleek look that's head and shoulders above the older, business-looking Curve 8300. Under the hoo...
81%
tbreak.ae
Updated:
2016-11-24 11:08:17
I’ve always been a great fan of the Curve’s form factor and arguably, its the most comfortable design that RIM has ever come up with. With the release of the Blackberry Bold and all its incredible features, I wondered how long it would take for RIM to...
0%
brighthub.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:35
Screen: 2.4 inch TFT screen with 65536 colors at a resolution of 480 x 360 pixels GPS: Yes Wi-Fi: Yes Bluetooth: Yes (2.0 stereo Bluetooth) Dimensions: 4.29 x 2.36 x 0.53 inches Weight: 109.9 grams Price: Approximately 500 USD Blackberry states that t...
Bottom line The Blackberry Curve 8900 is a true business phone that is rich in features and multimedia along with great performance. As I have mentioned before, it has everything a business person can ever need in a phone. Along with those excellent busines...
80%
mobilewhack.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
The folks out at Wirefly sent me a Blackberry Curve 8900 to review, and I’m glad they did. This one is a really nice phone–it’s easily on par with the Curve 8350i, and though it’s really very similar to it, it’s also got plenty of great features that...
80%
absolutegadget.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
It’s been quite a while since we first got our paws on a Blackberry Curve and it’s thrown on quite a few extra numbers since then. From 8320 to 8900 is quite a leap - but do the numbers stack up? Well, our first problem last time around - and don’t cal...
85%
connectreviews.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
The Blackberry Curve smartphone has been a staple in the industry for a long time starting with the original 8300 back in 2007. RIM is back at it again with the sleek new Curve 8900 smartphone. How does it compare to the 8300 series and will it become...
Good New slim and sleek design, Revised user interface, WiFi and GPS builtin, Great 3.2 MP camera.
Bad No 3G support.
Bottom line The Blackberry Curve smartphone has been a staple in the industry for a long time starting with the original 8300 back in 2007. RIM is back at it again with the sleek new Curve 8900 smartphone. How does it compare to the 8300 series and will it become...
0%
phonedog.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the most pocketable Curve to date and the nice thing about that is it doesn’t skimp on features. Quite the contrary, in fact this BlackBerry Curve has a ton of connection features: WiFi, Stereo Bluetooth, and even the abili...
80%
tech2.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
The Blackberry 8900 aka the Javelin, is RIM’s first ever smartphone to come equipped with Wi-Fi, GPS and a 3.2-megapixel autofocus camera. We’re guessing RIM heard us loud and clear in our previous reviews of the Blackberry. The was their more serious...
Good Well designed handset, Keypad is spaced out well, Camera quality is good, Audio and video players are great, All other BlackBerry features work perfectly...
Bad Bit of an issue with BIS and EDGE speed (possible issue with test handset)...
Bottom line CameraThe 3.2 megapixel auto focus camera was great. It loads quickly and the reproduction of images and colors is really quite good. The settings are limited to just White Balance, Geotagging and a few color effects. But we were impressed with the pic...
90%
asiaone.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
THE great thing about those wildly popular Palm handhelds of old was how classy they felt.Not just in the looks department, but also how smoothly you moved from one function on the device to another, say, reading your mail or downloading news updates.T...
Bottom line An excellent phone for the corporate road warrior or student who cannot live without his e-mail and IM.It just lacks one important thing - a high-speed link - which means your Web surfing is slowed down unnecessarily...
0%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
Despite a rather conservative past, RIM has been advancing by leaps and bounds in the last six months or so. The Storm made a splash as the first touch-screen BlackBerry, the Pearl Flip folded its way into history as the first clamshell BlackBerry, an...
75%
mobileblah.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
The Curve 8300 series has been an immensely successful line for RIM, helping push the manufacturer out of the board room and into the family room. There have been attempts at consumer friendly devices since, such as the Pearl and Storm, but nothing ha...
Bottom line Bottom line: the BlackBerry Curve 8900 is less controversial than the TouchBerry Storm. It comes to update the Curve line and it does its job quite well. We guess only the missing 3G wont let us call the 8900 Curve the perfect upgrade. Anyway, on home...
0%
Phones.com
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2013-11-09 07:41:36
The Curve 8900 is a Blackberry OS based Quadband GSM communicator that has a full QWERTY keypad, GPS and Wi-Fi support. Look, Design, Feel (9/10)The Blackberry 8900 Curve is just 13.5 mm thin, being branded as the thinnest Blackberry with a fu...
Good Full QWERTY keypad, Hires screen and GPS ability, 512 MHz CPU and Multimedia support, SDHC support and hotswap, 3.5 mm audio output...
Bad No support for Third generation networks, Memory card location under battery cover...
82%
gsmarena.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:36
Bottom line: the BlackBerry Curve 8900 is less controversial than the TouchBerry Storm. It comes to update the Curve line and it does its job quite well. We guess only the missing 3G wont let us call the 8900 Curve the perfect upgrade. Anyway, on hom...
0%
tbreak.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:37
I’ve always been a great fan of the Curve’s form factor and arguably, its the most comfortable design that RIM has ever come up with. With the release of the Blackberry Bold and all its incredible features, I wondered how long it would take for RIM to...
0%
itp.net
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2013-11-09 07:41:37
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 was recently launched in the region and targets business users. Is it the smartphone for you? Aesthetically the 8900 looks its price, it boasts attractive, sleek dimensions that won’t occupy too much space in a pocket or purse...
Bottom line Although the Curve isn't flawless it is ultimately quite a polished business phone that offers bags of features and functionality in an easy-to-use package. Well priced too...
60%
ld2.ciol.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:37
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the newest 'Curve' in town. While retaining some basic design elements of the 8300 Curve series, it also packs in a host of improvements. The matte chrome surround on the front and faux brushed aluminium back of the 8...
0%
letstalk.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:37
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the most pocketable Curve to date and the nice thing about that is it doesn’t skimp on features. Quite the contrary, in fact this BlackBerry Curve has a ton of connection features: WiFi, Stereo Bluetooth, and even the abili...
80%
techtree.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:37
The BlackBerry Curve 8900, also known by the name Javelin, is the thinnest and lightest phone with a full QWERTY keypad from the Canada-based RIM (Research in Motion). The 8900 packs a bevy of features in its rather small form, and also promises to off...
Good Attractive design, superb display, good interface design, high quality camera, direct DivX/XviD playback...
Bad Occasional crashing of software, no 3G, only 1 GB card in bundle, expensive...
Bottom line The BlackBerry Curve 8900, also known by the name Javelin, is the thinnest and lightest phone with a full QWERTY keypad from the Canada-based RIM (Research in Motion). The 8900 packs a bevy of features in its rather small form, and also promises to off...
80%
g4tv.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:37
Video Review: RIM is one company that continually impresses us with their new models and if youve been waiting for an iPhone killer other than the Palm Pre, this just might be it with its light weight, QWERTY keyboard, wi-fi, and much more...
80%
askmen.com
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2013-11-09 07:41:37
People who hated watching RIM try (and fail) to reinvent the iPhone with the BlackBerry Storm are going to love the new Curve. With the BlackBerry Curve 8900, RIM continues to push the envelope on the proven QWERTY format with a more rugged take on a t...
81%
mobileburn.com
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2013-11-09 07:41:38
RIMs BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the second generation of the companys compact, full-QWERTY messaging smartphone. It features the same basic form factor as the original 8300 series devices, but gets some nicely upgraded features as well as a bit of the...
Good Great form factor and keyboard, good looking, feature rich...
Bad Cheap rear cover, no 3G...
Bottom line When everything is added up, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 is one of the best smartphones on the market. The 8300 series was great, but the 8900 series is even better. With GPS, an autofocus camera, good web browsing, and WiFi/UMA support, the only thing...
95%
techworld.com
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2013-11-09 07:41:38
Along with the regular push email features seen on every other BlackBerry, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 includes a 2.4in display (480 by 360 pixels), built-in GPS and Wi-Fi, an expandable memory slot (up to 16GB supported via microSD/SDHC), an advanced m...
Bottom line Especially for users with good Wi-Fi coverage, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 is a solid BlackBerry (and lighter, too)...
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mobiletechreview.com
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2013-11-09 07:41:38
Making a good thing better isnt easy these days. Weve seen phone manufacturers make incremental improvements that dont jazz reviewers or the buying public. RIM, makers of the BlackBerry line of smartphones, clearly havent succumbed to "manufacture...
80%
phonescoop.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:38
Here is an in-depth video tour of the BlackBerry 8900. You can watch it here: Or visit YouTube for more viewing and sharing options.
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about.com
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2013-11-09 07:41:38
Research In Motion has overhauled its popular BlackBerry Curve smartphone with the 8900. This new model features a slim design, an excellent camera, and an absolutely gorgeous screen. Unfortunately, it lacks support for high-speed 3G networks, but if y...
90%
wired.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:38
Barack Obama would love to get his executive mitts on the new BlackBerry Curve. Just like our new prez, RIMs latest smartphone is full of change. But unlike Mr. Obama, not all the change is promising. RIM claims the Curve 8900 is the "thinnest and li...
Good We really know it's all about what's on the inside that counts. And inside this new Curve are some seriously necessary upgrades, Urbanites with deep wireless broadband penetration or frequent connection to hotspots will appreciate the device's killer Wi...
Bad 3G is MIA. Despite the powerful 512Mhz processor, the software still lags. New website and software don't perform as well as they should. Phone quality was mixed and loud speakers fail to compensate for somewhat distorted music playback...
70%
mobilechoiceuk.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:38
A definite improvement on previous Curves, making it a worthy upgrade from earlier models, but the lack of 3G might annoy some. Related links News Blackberry mobile phones to gain SlingPlayer Blackberry Storm QuickText app is updated Blackberry smartph...
Good Good battery life, large keyboard and a functional front screen...
Bad No 3G, slow to boot, no touch-screenLook and Feel...
Bottom line A definite improvement on previous Curves, making it a worthy upgrade from earlier models, but the lack of 3G might annoy some...
80%
electronista.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:39
Of all the phones in the BlackBerry lineup, the Curve is the one that makes or breaks RIMs performance as its the most universally appealing: it has to suit not only the corporate rank and file but also those texting their friends or posting to Face...
Good but not perfect) call quality, UMA support.
Bad Display, GPS still have some limitations.
Bottom line Whether non-touch yet home-oriented smartphones will last in the long term is hard to say. Although there are many arguments in favor of a hardware keyboard and buttons, touchscreens are almost infinitely customizable and have quickly gained in popular...
80%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:39
Video review: A great BlackBerry for work and play, and ideal if you don’t fancy the specced up Bold or the Storm...
Good Excellent screen. Easy email access. Good media player...
Bad Poor camera. Lack of 3G...
Bottom line A great BlackBerry for work and play, and ideal if you don’t fancy the specced up Bold or the Storm...
80%
tech-faq.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:39
Recommended: Click Here to Fix Common PC Errors This is the newest Blackberry, and it boasts that it is the sleekest and thinnest of all models prior. It has a very clear and crisp screen with a high resolution of 480x360 pixels. Of course, what is a...
Good High resolution screen ,3.2 megapixel camera and camcorder ,Thin and light...
Bad Some people may find many of the features of the BlackBerry Curve 8900 overwhelming ,Accessories are a little bit pricey...
Bottom line The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is a great addition to the BlackBerry family, and most high end users will truly appreciate its beauty. The phone is very lightweight and looks great with its crystal clear, bright screen. One of the most striking elements of...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 07:41:39
The series has been an immensely successful line for RIM, helping push the manufacturer out of the board room and into the family room. There have been attempts at consumer friendly devices since, such as the and Storm, but nothing has quite hit the...
Good Near perfect feel, Best in class highresolution display, Quick, polished, bugfree OS, Greatly improved camera performance over the Storm, Solid phone performance, including amazing battery life...
Bad Keyboard may be a bit too small for larger fingers, The OS may be bugfree, but it’s far from perfect...
Bottom line The 8900 is a worthy successor to the wildly successful 8300. It combines all of the features we loved the first time around with a better form factor and increased specs. The display is the on par with the Storm as the best we’ve ever seen from RIM...
90%
pcworld.in
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:42
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the latest RIM smartphone to hit the market, and it's the smallest and lightest BlackBerry to feature a full QWERTY keyboard. Design & UsabilityThe BlackBerry Curve 8900 is a delight to look at. It’s a comfortable size, and...
Good Execellent Email Support, Great keypad, Sturdy build, Friendly User Interface...
Bad Lacks 3G support...
Bottom line The Curve 8900 is priced at Rs. 18,500 and is a great smartphone to handle all your communication needs. Boasting a super sharp display, it couples excellent design with exceptional performance...
83%
etechreviews.com
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:42
With the amazing quality and wide range of convenient options that are winning the vote of numerous cell phone users, it seems that the release of T-Mobile’s latest invention of the BlackBerry Curve 8900, has become an extremely popular choice among a...
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gadling.com
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:42
Last year, I wrote about the T-Mobile Blackberry Curve, and described why I was convinced that it was the best phone for International travelers. Its combination of T-Mobile WiFi calling and smartphone features made it an absolute winner, and it was on...
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Businessweek.com
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:42
The Good: Light, excellent keyboard; Wi-Fi at last The Bad: Slow EDGE network, but thats not RIMs fault The Bottom Line: The best BlackBerry yet. Could we have one from Verizon please?...
Good Light, excellent keyboard; Wi-Fi at last...
Bad Slow EDGE network, but thats not RIMs fault...
Bottom line The best BlackBerry yet. Could we have one from Verizon please?...
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techworld.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
Unlike the touchscreen BlackBerry Storm handset, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 comes with a real qwerty keypad with raised keys and lends itself to two-handed text entry. Navigation is via a globular orb betwixt keypad and screen but, unlike previous mode...
Bottom line What you don’t get on the BlackBerry Curve 8900 are 3G connectivity or a screenful of apps that you don’t really need – any extras you decide you need will soon be available from the Storefront. The result is a solid, smart but unflashy smartphone tha...
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brighthand.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
The revamped BlackBerry Curve 8900 by RIM is the convertible sports-car of BlackBerrys. It is sleek, light, comfortably sized and incredibly powerful. The Curve has been an abiding standby for BlackBerry nation, and the newest model promises to deliver...
Bottom line Though parting with $200 may be difficult in these economic conditions, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 is well worth it. It offers plenty of power and performance for its price, although lacking 3G and the slick keyboard some users prefer. Most will agree t...
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eweek.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
Mobile & WirelessRIM, T-Mobile Throw Curve with New BlackBerry By Wayne Rash2009-02-23 Article Views: 2837Article Rating: / 6 Rate This Article:Poor Best Add This Article To: Digg this Del.icio.us Slashdot Y! My Web E-mail Print Furl Googl...
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infoworld.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 packs a fast CPU, a high-res screen, and a slick, high-function GUI into RIMs sleekest full-QWERTY handset. UMA support (enabling VoIP over Wi-Fi calling) and T-Mobile HotSpot flat-rate plans give the Curve 8900 the edge when i...
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geardiary.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
Have you been pondering whether to purchase a BlackBerry 8900 or T-Mobile? Every review I’ve read says the lack of faster 3G data (the 8900 is EDGE only) is a deal killer. Nobody wants the pokey stuff now the blazing 3G speeds are available for abou...
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insidehw.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
New BlackBerry model that was launched by Research In Motion (RIM) in last week of January, belongs to Curve series although it is actually similar to BlackBerry Bold . Maybe there will be someone that won’t agree with the fact that Curve 8900 (also kn...
Bottom line Design of this device is simple and elegant although after we had tested and used it for some time, we cannot get rid of impression that new BlackBerry model is device less reserved for business people and more suited for younger population: interestin...
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computershopper.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
With its flashy new interface, superb e-mail support, and attractive design, the $199 BlackBerry Curve 8900 from RIM is a solid addition to T-Mobiles smartphone lineup. Just make sure you wont miss 3G connectivity before making the com...
Good Spacious keyboard; solid design; excellent combination of work, business features...
Bad No 3G radio; tinny-sounding speaker; lackluster HTML browser; battery life could be better...
Bottom line Despite the lack of support for T-Mobiles 3G network, the revamped BlackBerry Curve 8900 is a solid choice for business users in search of a media-capable smartphone...
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infosyncworld.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
Check out our BlackBerry Curve 8900 review for an in-depth look at T-Mobiles update to the most popular BlackBerry.
Good Slimmest full-QWERTY BlackBerry. Great messaging support. Slick design with a great, high-density screen...
Bad No 3G networking. Lacks abundant storage. Call quality and reception could be better (though UMA helps)...
Bottom line The RIM BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the easiest BlackBerry device to recommend, and its perhaps one of the best smartphones on the market. The device has all the best BlackBerry features, including the spiffy new OS and pixel-packed screen, loads of e-m...
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pcmag.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
After its last release, the buggy BlackBerry Storm 9530, RIMs got its groove back. The new BlackBerry Curve 8900 juices up the already-excellent Curve form factor with a sharper screen, faster processor, and better camera, letting it jump through n...
Good Gorgeous, ultra-high-res screen. Sublime keyboard. Smooth and elegant operation. Terrific messaging, solid music and video players. Makes free calls over Wi-Fi.
Bad No 3G. Subpar Web browser.
Bottom line Combining some of the best features of past BlackBerrys, the Curve 8900 is T-Mobiles most sophisticated smartphone to date...
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Smartdevicecentral.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
After its last release, the buggy , RIMs got its groove back. The new BlackBerry Curve 8900 juices up the already-excellent Curve form factor with a sharper screen, faster processor, and better camera, letting it jump through new multimedia hoops whil...
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techcrunch.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
RIM really dropped the ball after launching the Bold with the shouldhaveneverbeenlaunched Storm. But I’m happy to say that they’ve come back into our good graces with the launch of the T-Mobile Curve II otherwise known as the 8900. For all intents and...
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allthingsd.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
Email us at mossbergsolution@wsj.com. Find this and other columns and videos online free at the All Things Digital Web site: http://walt.allthingsd.com Published on January 27, 2009 Print Sphere Comment Tagged: The Mossberg Solution | permalink Add Wa...
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Laptopmag.com
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2014-01-03 18:47:42
Even though it doesn’t support 3G data, the latest Curve’s fast processor, sleek design, and Wi-Fi capability make it one of the best smart phones around.
Good Sleek industrial design, Good call quality, Fast processor, Solid 3.2-MP camera, Very good attachment support...
Bad No 3G data support, Slow autofocus...
Bottom line Touted as the thinnest and smallest full QWERTY BlackBerry available, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 is a svelte and attractive smart phone, and it’s certainly more pocket-friendly than the larger (but more luxurious) BlackBerry Bold. For $199 with a two...
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