Posts Tagged ‘blackberry curve’

Something to Phone Home About…

Posted by andreaitis on February 19, 2009

I need a new phone.  Actually, I don’t neeeed one.  I just want one.  And it takes me forever to decide which new phone is the right new phone for me. But now I can torment all of you in the process.  I’ve resisted the Blackberry so far, and was considering the Treo Pro….but I might have to reconsider my reconsideration for reconsidering…

Let the casual users have their touch screens; the BlackBerry Curve 8900 is all about the keyboard. This new version of the original T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve has a 3.2-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi connectivity and all the e-mail features that make BlackBerry popular with businesspeople.


The four-ounce phone is considerably thinner than the older model. It supports most major e-mail providers and can connect to AOL, Yahoo and Windows Live instant messaging. This model also has GPS functions with turn-by-turn directions and audio and video playback. Research in Motion, its maker, has also improved the screen resolution and improved the interface and browser.

A New BlackBerry Curve Loaded With Features –


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