Reviews and Problems with BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G
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The cellphone looks like old
13 August 2011
Summary: Ok, I want to start with a good review becauase the Cellphone works fine, but the cellphone looks like old, when I put in the battery the surface was like rusty and I have to press the keys with difficulty, I'm not happy with the buy but I can't do anything because I live in Colombia.
Summary: People in the store are not serious people cellounge: Buy a BB 9300 and came to Venezuela with the old fixtures and damaged part that the phone did not come with the 148 band but I came up with 256 bands which I served to when using 3G, the phone finally had signs of being already used for the U key...
Excerpt: great phone build and very smart software every thing is powerful except the camera and the screen resolution they are both slightly pass the average rate but they wont make you hate the phone :D...
Summary: This cell phone has a faulty track pad. The problem is that the cursor keep moving to the right. It is not only me having this trouble, try to google it and you will see. I tried everything, reboot, change sensitivity... everything, im going to replace this cellphone with 9700.
Summary: Shipped on time, delivered on time and it's just what I've bought. I've got my phone on Venezuela, it arrived on perfect conditions and works fine with my service provider. Thank you very much.
Excerpt: Pros: BB Keyboard Battery Life LED Light Cons: Cant load 90% of web pages without a crash Trackpad failures Poor Signal Strength (Midtown Atlanta) On my 3rd replacement in < 4 months Keyboard not quite as good as Bold HOURGLASS!! Very Slow device.
Summary: Excelente vendedor, el producto lo conozco y es muy bueno, pero el vendedor es muy atento y lamentablemente, tuve que cancelar el tramite, pero sin dudas que es recomendable por la forma honesta de comportarse.
Summary: I have never written a review of an electronic device on Amazon before, but I felt impelled to do so for this product as a Public Service Announcement. I've been a BlackBerry user for years, as I'm partial to opposable thumb typing on an actual keyboard.