Reviews and Problems with BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G
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Value for money 10
Battery performance 2
An overall excellent smart phone.
29 November 2011
Excerpt: "== My experience with Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 == I have had this phone for the past year and a half and I can't say I've had a better phone. Althought they are usually compared to I-phones I can say they're less fuss than yet still have a lot of features and benefits which I found very useful. I even like this phone so much after recently losing my grey Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 I decided not to bother upgrading but to get the same phone in Pink. ...
Pros: Loads of apps, good value, easy to customize, durable, easy to use
Excerpt: "== Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 == === Introduction === Previously I had a Samsung Tocco Lite which I bought due to my old phone broke after mistakenly been put in the washing machine, the Tocco didn't last for long either when i dropped it in my drink. I got the phone replaced with my insurance deal but the Tocco didn't even last a year before the touch screen ended up freezing. So overall I dont have much luck with phones, due to my ...
Excerpt: "...Wi-Fi and was the first blackberry to have 3G connection so yes, it sounds like it might be a good phone. The phone itself is pretty straight forward to set up, there's even a set up wizard which guides you through all the steps for setting up your emails on the phone to the Wi-Fi___33. Even after all that is set up, which is probably the hardest part of using the phone, everything else is pretty much straight forward. When I got this phone back ...
Pros: BBM; instant emails; size; weight
Cons: Slow internet with limited webpages that actually work; battery life; apps; memory; camera
Blackberry Curve 3G 9300: Great Entry-Level Smartphone
9 November 2011
Summary: The BlackBerry Curve 9300 is a reasonably compact phone that feels good in the hand. It's built mainly from plastic, and the back has a nice rubbery grip that helps to prevent dropping the phone whilst mashing away at the full Qwerty keyboard. I bought my Curve unlocked from Carphone Warehouse and put my old O2 SIM card in, but if you are going to make use of push email, web browsing and BlackBerry Messenger you need to be on a specific BlackBerry plan.
Pros: Good price, physical Qwerty keyboard, push email, BlackBerry Messenger,
Cons: Terrible camera, small screen for browsing, small internal memory
Blackberry Curve 9300: You either love it or hate it.
3 November 2011
Summary: Now I may be highly slated for this review as it seems that everyone loves their Blackberry, but unfortunately it's not a happy story when it comes to me and my Crapberry. I'll be honest and say that I do go through my fair share of mobile phones, as you may have gathered from my previous reviews I'm a bit of a nerd and I do like my gadgets.
Pros: Great for social networking, Good sound output and video quality.
Cons: Terrible Browser, Crap' Apps, Frustrating to use.
Summary: Half way through this year, as my contract was running out and everyone with a mobile phone was setting up camp with either the iphone's and blackberry's, i picked my side, grabbed my wellies and plunged right in. The Biggest advantage that made me choose was the option of a keypad. After the frustration of hitting the wrong buttons (especially after a few drinks) then i cannot stress enough how valuable that is!!
Summary: A good little phone that I have had for 9 months now. It is very easy to use and is easy to sync with a computer (Mac or PC). It handles email, calendar, contacts, tasks, notes and is a great phone for a small business. The web browser is powerful and renders webpages as they would on a computer. However, the small screen can make them difficult to read.
Pros: Good battery life, powerful, easy to use
Cons: Upgrading the OS can slow down the phone slightly, poor app availability, poor camera,
Excerpt: "...like to say that this Blackberry Smartphone is a wonderful device from RIM , especially for those just getting into the smartphone devices. In my opinion the Curve is not the best in feel. When I first received mine the chrome band that goes around the phone had become out of place, but I was able to quickly snap it back into place. This occurence did not happen much after that , but it still proved how flimsy the whole make was. Another con is the ...
Excerpt: "...about them. I purchased this Blackberry about 6 months ago and have been pleasantly surprised on the phone. As you open the box you will get all the accessories you need except a case. This means you can use it straight away out of the box. Unlike the iPhone there is no need for setting up and syncing, just insert the sim card and your done! At first the phone feels well-built but light at the same time. As well as this the outer bezel seems to ...
Pros: easy to use, bbm, looks great, good battery life
Cons: Camera, plastic bezel,speakerphone, takes time to get used to, screen