BlackBerry Curve Mobile Phones Price List in India February 2017
Latest Reviews for BlackBerry Curve
The Downloading Speed of that phone is 512kb/s This Type of phone is very use full for peoples, Provides all type of Capabilities. Having Good Response It is the fastest device. It's Ram is ...Read more
- Rating : 4.4
- Review by Vipul Malik
- Date : 17, Oct 2016
It is available in many colors. This Type of phone is very use full for peoples, Provides all type of Capabilities. Having Good Response It is the fastest device. It's Ram is sufficient to run Big ...Read more
- Rating : 4.6
- Review by Subhash Kumar
- Date : 17, Oct 2016
Good Bright Light. This Type of phone is very use full for peoples, Provides all type of Capabilities. Having Good Response It is the fastest device. It's Ram is sufficient to run Big Android apps ...Read more
- Rating : 4.7
- Review by Rakesh Kumar
- Date : 17, Oct 2016
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About BlackBerry Curve
The BlackBerry Curve series is a business oriented smartphone manufactured by BlackBerry Ltd., since 2007. Pricing for the phone is cheaper compared to the BlackBerry Bold series and serves as an entry level for those who prefer to use BlackBerry smartphones.
History of the Curve series
The BlackBerry Curve 8300 series were first released on 2007 3rd of May. Over All Five series of the Curve were introduced, which were 8300, 8900, 8500, 9300 and Blackberry 7 series. The 8310 curve with GPS feature was introduced in 2007. Towards the ending of 2007, RIM released a Wi-Fi connectivity able the 8320 curve, sadly this model does not comes with a GPS feature.
The first CDMA Curve 8330 was launched in the first half of 2008. In addition, this model has an upgraded memory and a GPS feature, it’s also the first Curve model that can record a video at 240x176 resolutions in 3GP format. The last model released in the 8300 series was the 8350i model that featured an 800 to 900 MHz range for Push-to-Talk and iDEN.
Popularity in India
Among the business class in India, BlackBerry phones have always been in demand. These are corporate phones and the QWERTY keypad makes it easy to operate. The mobile supports a variety of features that makes one’s professional life easier. The most popular models in India are the BlackBerry Curve 8520, 9220, 9320, 9900 and Curve. Its most important aspects are fast Internet browsers and the renowned BlackBerry Messenger that offered superior encryption.
Design of the Curve Series
The Curve series’ characteristic trait is the all-plastic structure. Its shape fits easily in one hand. Moreover, the keys are sufficiently spaced from each other which allow typing quickly either with one or both hands. The glossy rear panel is better to some extent. Besides, the battery case can fool people into believing its metal when staring from a distance. The best component of the Curve’s body is its rubberized edges that offer great grip.
Features of the Curve Series
The BlackBerry Curve series sports a 2.4/2.44 inch TFT display featuring 240x320 or 360x480 pixel resolutions. They have a touch responsive optical trackpad which is a pleasure to use since it’s very accurate. For smoother operations, these phones are powered by 312MHz, 512MHz, 624MHz, and 800MHz processors and supported by 128MB/512MB/1GB/2GB of RAM. Available only with a single SIM GSM slot and an expandable external memory up to 32 GB. The Curve operates on BlackBerry OS 5/6, 7 and 7.1 versions depending on the model. The BlackBerry OS 7.1 is the latest version released in early 2012. In addition, the BlackBerry Curve series provides one with loads of games and applications. This can be easily downloaded from the BlackBerry World app.
While on the move, the BlackBerry Messenger offers connectivity with your friends. For taking pictures, a 2MP (no flash), 3.2MP or 5MP rear camera with built-in LED flash(Black berry 7-series) are available depending on the model, these cameras can also record videos of 320x240 and 640x480 pixel resolutions. They feature Geo-tagging as well.
The video formats supported covers MPEG4, WMV3, H.263 and H.264.As a bonus, the 35 key backlit QWERTY keyboards are synonymous with BlackBerry phones. Though the keys might seem small, however, they are somewhat slightly raised. This makes them easy to hit through your thumbs and fingers. So, typing out emails is not an issue.
Connectivity is also somewhat mixed with GPS with A-GPS, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, GPRS with EDGE, MicroUSB 2.0 and BlackBerry Maps. However, there is no GPS and 3G support in 8520 and 9220 series. These phones are either powered by 1000mAH, 1150mAH and 1450mAH Li-ion batteries and can provide from 4.5 hours up to 7 hours of talk time.
The lastest BlackBerry device to be released in the market was the BlackBerry Leap, which is still available in stores. BlackBerry is also rumoured to be developing an Android smartphone in the coming future.