Reviews and Problems with BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G
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First Blackberry Ever
18 April 2012
Excerpt: Being my first phone and for business use this has improved my working time under the BB data plan and always receiving phone status updates with emails and so forth.. Phone was great for the first 6 months of very heavy usage and now taken the phone in for warranty because of the track pad failure..
Excerpt: Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 is a great smartphone to start with on a blackberry line. I have been using it for over an year now and It has taken lots of pain on my hands and yet believe me i hasn't worn out a bit, not even the keypad. Its strong and very much durable build to take many hard throws. Pros: Awesomely durable build, Great loud speaker (not even an iphone could give such a clarity) You can hear all the 24 tracks played by rehman's song.
Summary: bad phone. sent it off to repair 3 times in 3 months... only had the phone for technically 2weeks. the trackpad is really bad, if it gets wet, it becomes faulty, if your hands are oily, it becomes faulty, if you drop it accidently, it becomes fault. Battery life sucks too, only lasts a day! (i use internet quite a lot and texting) would not recommend.
Pros: music buttons,notification indicator, qwerty keyboard
Cons: trackpad, battery life, lack of apps, alarm,
Summary: its a really good phone, but can sometimes be a bit slow, and takes a long time to re-load. the camera isnt very good quality but is decent enough. its easy to use, but the battery drains fast. for people who want a good, fast, quality phone, i wouldnt recommed this to them.
Pros: its an easy set up, you dont really need to use the instructions. the icons are big and its easy to use. also, blackberry messenger is good!
Cons: after a few hours it can become quite slow. you have to take the battery out and put it back in, this takes a few minutes to load. occasionally, the camera has broke(again, take the battery out!) the battery runs out very quickly! also, my phone charger has broke -_-
Summary: I had been debating getting a Blackberry after I was beginning to get bored of my well-served 3 year old Samsung Genio. I'm not a huge fan of the touchscreen keyboards like that of the iphone, and still wanted the qwerty keyboard my Samsung had. Going from a phone like that with a very bad web layout and no cool apps to download and personalise my phone with, you can see why a Blackberry became a very attractive option.
Excerpt: "...have to say that this Blackberry has changed my opinion completely! I love all Blackberrys, especially this model! ~Appearance~ This Blackberry is good looking and you can chose the colour that goes around the edge. Choose from pink,purple,red and more! Blackberrys are known for their professional and business look, and it doesn't fail to disappoint! The phone looks smart, but yet fun! It looks very modern and the phone could be owned by someone ...
Pros: fast to use, 3G, easy to navigate, great quality
Summary: Prior to purchasing the Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 I had only owned the most basic of mobile phones. My reason for upgrading was a desire to access my email from other than my laptop. Getting started with the Blackberry was straightforward and certainly easier than I had anticipated. I did experience a problem setting up my email but a quick phone call to Orange, my service provider, sorted it out. I now find myself browsing the net and using Facebook with ease.
Summary: Have tried several smartphones, but this is the first one that has increased my productivity rather than hindered it. Has a very quick learning curve. Have used it for 3 months now as a phone, a PDA , and moderate browsing - it does all these tasks very easily.
Excerpt: "This is the second Blackberry that I have owned. It's great. I love all of the icons that are in the menu. It is easy to navigate around the menu by just using the rollerball. There is a lot of information that you can store on this phone. I have lots of music tracks that you can easily transfer from your computer . The phone is quite easy to hold in your hand, and the keyboard is quite compact and neat. I thought that the keys would be too close ...