Reviews and Problems with BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G
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Value for money 2
Battery performance 6
20 January 2012
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
Summary: I opened a contract with carphone warehouse in September 2011 and picked the Blackberry curve as the gentlmen on the other end of the phone recomended it and all reviews i read were all good. I picked the pink limited edition one. When my phone arrived i was quite excited, i was beautiful, shiny and modern (unlike my last phone).
Summary: I purchased my new Blackberry Curve last week from eBay for just over £100 and it arrived yesterday in the post, I must admit it has took me a while to express an interest in Blackberry's as I have been very happy with my I-phone over the last year and haven't felt a need to explore anything different. And from what I had heard in the early Blackberry models users had constant complaints about one thing or another..
Pros: Sleek design, easy to navigate, Downloadable Apps to suit the individual user.
Blackberry Curve 9300: Excellent phone, once you get used to the tiny keys
9 January 2012
Summary: This used to be the mobile phone I was supplied with in work, it has now changed to an iPhone and I wish the change never happened. My Blackberry Curve was so easy to use, with everything laid out in an order that is easily understood, had a far superior battery life, and once your fingers got used to the tiny buttons you could type up emails/texts/BBMs really fast.
Pros: Ease of use, great speaker, perfect for emails/msgs/bbms, everything you need on the move
Summary: I had this Blackberry for almost a year, which is good for me! I usually change handsets really often, so keeping one for a year is a big compliment to Blackberry! The phone has great email capabilities, it's all instant and doesn't require the phone to keep checking for mail every few minutes, if you receive an email, it's there straight away.
Excerpt: "...Although in my opinion the Blackberry OS isnt the best in the world, somehow it just works. I have our work calendar, emails, social accounts and more all linked into this phone. With the addition of BBM, it makes it a brilliant phone. It is also a very durable phone, and an incredibly small one. Its ideal for anyone as a work phone. The Curve 9300 includes other useful features such as UMA - this means if you have no signal, the phone can use WiFi ...
Pros: Fantastic Battery Life, Durable, Simple to Use
Summary: I've owned this phone for over 6 months now, and I do like it. I was unsure about purchasing a Blackberry due to hearing mixed reviews, but as I'm not a fan of touch screen phones I thought I'd try it out. The phone's a nice size (seen as most decent smart phones seem to be getting bigger and bigger) although the buttons would be too small for a lot of people.
Pros: Good battery life, clear screen
Cons: Difficult to use, small buttons, slow start up, poor apps
Excerpt: The Blackberry Curve 9300 3G is the best Blackberry Curve to date. The latest in a line of Curves, it has more features than let's say a Blackberry Curve 8520. First of all, the look is stunning. The metallic rim around the phone gives it a more luxurious look. Also, programmable convenience keys either side of the phone make it easier to open any app or file with the touch of a button. Another new thing on the 9300 is the operating system.
Summary: reat little Phone its my second one I like it best as it saves all previous txt msg so when i do get contacted by a client I know straight away whats been said and where I am up to with them. Easy to use buttons and small enough to fit in my inside pocket.