Reviews and Problems with BlackBerry 9330 Curve 3G
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Wasted my time and money
2 weeks ago
Summary: This product was not what I was intended to buy. Does not use a chip, and when I looked at the features on the phone it was not clear to me it didn't work with a chip. Wasted my time and money.
Summary: The product does not work in my country because it must be international GSM chip. The equipment is in optimal conditions, but unfortunately does not help. Please inform me if you can change to another and I pay the difference. Get it back? and I buy another.
Summary: My former Blackberry died in September of 2011 and when I went into Verizon for a replacement the salesperson assured me that this phone was just as good as the last Blackberry phone I had. He was wrong....WAY WRONG. I explained that the nature of my work requires that I take photos and I needed a phone that would do that. This phone does not have a flash and the photo quality is HORRID.
Summary: 320x240 pixel color display Expandable memory with support for microSD cards Light-sensing screen 1150 mAHr removable/rechargeable lithium-ion battery Talk time: up to 4.5 hours this product is faulty, the touch pad is not working properly and its
Received Sprint 8530 (Purple) appears exactly the same!
Amazon Customer "dad FACE", Amazon
24 August 2012
Summary: I bought this Blackberry CDMA Sprint phone as an upgrade from the 8530 for my daughter's birthday. It was sold from a 3rd party vendor, but fulfilled by Amazon. The only differnce between the two phones is the amount of RAM. The 8530 cannot effectively use any OS > ver. 5, while the 9330 with 512 MB onboard memory can use the better BB OS 6.0.