Reviews and Problems with BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G
Showing 151-160 of 500
Value for money 8
Battery performance 8
19 February 2012
Excerpt: "I bought my Blackberry Curve 3G only a month ago, due to my old Blackberry 8700 finally dying after 5 years of reliability. I have always relied on my Blackberry for my work, especially the ultra-fast E-Mail service and BBM. I have to say that this Blackberry is brilliant and much better than the old one, making my life much easier with its ultra efficient BBM, Browser, and Messaging service in general. The Blackberry App World has definitely got ...
Pros: Sleak, Stylish, Good Build quality, O . K Camera, Very good for Facebook
Summary: i do not normaly do product reviews but this time i must this is the 1st blackberry phone i have owned and it a fantastic so easy to use,i han a sony ericsson experia arc before it wasw a nice phone but i found the touch screen to sensertive,this phone is much better for me all round i am glad i bought it now i will never go back to a touch screen phone any more,i will stick with blackberry phons fron now on
Excerpt: "I bought the Blackberry Curve 9300 after listening to all of my friends rave about it for about 3hours. The phone I had at the time was fine, there was nothing wrong with it, but I fancied a new phone - and what better phone than a phone that everyone was raving about. It was quite expensive I thought for a phone, as it was £100, but then again my friends had said that the features and quality of the phone reflected the price. So, after a long and ...
Pros: Great range applications, Fantastic design, BBM, Super security
Cons: Very difficult set - up, Appalling battery life and I suffered terrible technical problems
Summary: I have had my Blackberry Curve 9300 for about 6 months and am starting to have a few technical problems with the phone- it turns itself off at random, or the screen will freeze. One feature I do particularly like on this phone is Blackberry messenger (BBM) which allows free messaging, and group messaging to contacts with Blackberries. The qwerty keyboard is quick and easy to use; however the buttons are small so mistakes can be made easily at first.
Summary: I wanted a new smartphone on pay as you go that was affordable, stylish, up to date, good for social networking and be easy to use. The Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 ticks all of those boxes. I love the QWERTY keypad, it makes texting so much quicker. The metallic rim on the phone makes it look snazzy and the rubber grip on the back is great for handling (and has stopped me dropping it a fair few times!).
Pros: QWERTY Keypad, Looks stylish, Good for Social Networking
Blackberry Curve 9300: A great reasonably priced smartphone.
24 January 2012
Summary: I bought this as a Christmas present for the wife as her sisters and her mum all have BlackBerry's and she wanted to BBM them etc. I wanted to get her a phone that would still work and look good in a year or so as she only changes her phone every 2-3 years!! (Unlike me). I bought this BlackBerry on a 24 month contract with Orange and I do not regret this purchase at all.
Pros: Easy to set up and easy to use for technical and non-technical people
Excerpt: "...in the past year, the Blackberry Bold, this phone (Blackberry Curve) and the iphone 4. I have to say all phones have their own pro's and con's, and for price alone I would say this one is probably the best value for money. For general calls and texts this is a great phone, however if you're looking for a more app enabled phone I have to say the range of apps available on this one aren't great. Don't get me wrong the phone still provides ...
Pros: Not too fragile, 3G so signal is better, can get pretty cheap contract deals with this phone
Cons: Camera's grainy, internet can be slow at times, crashes now and again, keyboard is loud to type with
Excerpt: "The blackberry curve 9300 is a very stylish phone, it has many useful features such as: Blackberry Messenger Facebook Twitter Blackberry App World You Tube. There i was, standing in The Carphone Warehouse thinking what phone would like next, then I saw the 9300, I asked about what contracts I could get it on and the employee gave me a list of tariffs, I jumped at the opportunity when he said £20pm, that was giving you unlimited texts, 200mins, ...
Excerpt: "...have various apps, and the Blackberry Curve 9300 could not provide me with these. There were a few games, however none of them were really "fun," in my opinion. Some of the apps were nice, but I still was looking for more. Another good thing about this phone was that various themes can be downloaded to change up the look for the phone. In closing, my only problems with this phone were the trackpad and lack of fun apps. Otherwise, I had no problems ...
Pros: phone size and keyboard are nice
Cons: deteriorates over time, not much to do on it .
Excerpt: "...but he has connected his Blackberry Bold as easily to that router as I connected mine to my home network. Weighing in at 104g it is lightweight for a smartphone, not really feeling that much heavier than the Samsung slider phone I had previously. It is about the same length when the slider was open (approx 10cm) and is 5.5cm wide. This is still narrow enough to fit in the phone pocket in my handbag. Visually it looks professional and ...
Pros: Compact smartphone with some useful features
Cons: Not as intuitive as I expected, fiddly keypad