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Blackberry 8310 Curve Review

January 30th, 2009

Today’s review article by Eru Chawla focuses on a relatively advanced type of mobile phone called the Blackberry 8310 Curve. It provides a variety of benefits for people in the business world such as immediate and reliable communication, Internet access, lightweight portability, and convenient multimedia data storage.

The Blackberry 8310 Curve is a basic requirement for business class customers. It presents a perfect blend of style and performance. In fact, you may also use this mobile phone as a compact computer. This version of Blackberry is truly eye catching. Designed with a great style and complimented with advanced features, the 8310 means immense convenience, especially to the people of the corporate world.

This phone features unique curved edges that mark its distinction when compared with other phones. Its QWERTY keypad helps you type e-mails and messages easily. A noteworthy thing about this phone is its sophisticated e-mail client feature that allows you to download and upload your attachments without any hassles. Weighing only 111 grams, the 8310 curve is also the lightest mobile phone presented by Blackberry. It bears a TFT screen display that is 2.5 inches in size with 65,000 colors and allows you to see in any lighting conditions. The shiny trackball navigator adds glamour to its looks.

There is also a built in 2 Megapixel Camera enhanced by 5X digital zoom that allows you to capture everything in the best way possible. The flash allows you to take bright pictures at night and in low light conditions. Unlike many other phones, this Blackberry model features a fully supported web browser. The Blackberry also lets you download music, videos, games, and software. Moreover, it acts as an external wireless modem, allowing you to connect it to your laptop or PC and surf the Internet anytime, anywhere.

It can also communicate via Bluetooth wireless technology. Built with USB support, you can plug in USB accessories and download music, videos, or any data that you wish. Finding your destination cannot be easier than with the built-in GPS that guides you on your way. You can find out any geographical location and information regarding different cities. It comes with an inbuilt 64 MB memory, and the extendable microSD card support lets you store your important data, music, or videos. For your reliability, this device is equipped with quad band for faster Internet connectivity.

Even instant messenger services like Google Talk, ICQ, Jabber, Yahoo Messenger, MSN, and America Online can be accessed via 8310. The best part is that this phone is supported by Skype. It also features an MP3 Player, speaker phone, calendar, phone book, call records, and address book. Meanwhile, the Corporate Data Access feature secures your e-mails and important documents while you are online.

The Blackberry 8310 extends support for POP3, IMAP and Web-based e-mail accounts. Supported with JAVA MIDP 2.0, this device can run a full range of JAVA based games and software. MP3, MIDI, AAC, and WMA are all supported by its audio player. Video playing is significantly enhanced with the help of supported MPEG-4 formats. The phone also sports a durable battery with a talk time of 240 minutes and a standby time of 408 hours. So, you can stay in touch with your loved ones without any hassles of charging your phone mutiple times in a single day.

3 Responses to “Blackberry 8310 Curve Review”

  1. comment number 1 by: blackberry surveillance

    This is a nice review. I like it so much since this phone has served me well for the past years.

  2. comment number 2 by: blackberry housing

    Great Reviews, Just bought a new 8310, and I have change the housing of it. Thanks :)

  3. comment number 3 by: Mark Smith

    The RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 adds GPS capabilities to the already impressive and sleek messaging smartphone. You also get a 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, and good call quality.

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