Reviews and Problems with BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G
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Tyrell John, Cnet.co.uk
18 December 2012
Summary: I believe the phone is made of inferior components. Battery life has gone down from 6hours to 2hours in a year. Now if I take a video or even a picture it bombs out and turns off. The track ball has stopped working...so I got messages on the phone that I can't read, can't make phone calls. There is no back up navigation keys so I can't do anything with it. I thought about trying to get it fix it because I bought this phone cash thinking that If I looked after it..
Pros: Well it was user friendly
Cons: Its completly broken in one year even though I looked after it
Summary: Its a waste of money, problems are many like: Touch-pad issues,No GPS map for India, Side buttons on mobile looses rubber padding after some time, Additional charges you have to pay to your provider to activate EDGE services, too costly to get it repaired and get accessories, not a phone of common and intelligent man.........I was able to use this phone just for 1.5 yrs and then have to move to some other brand...
Excerpt: it is brilliant,Its good for texting and good for phoning its 1 of the most coolest phones ever and you should have it its like the best phone ever you could have it if even your a granny(L.O.L) Any way a blackberry(*you should have it because its the best phones *mabye in the uk or the world)
Summary: I've owned this phone for nearly a year now and will chronicle my experiences with it. I'll also note this was my first smartphone so I didn't have any prerequisites, nor am I a pretentious enthusiast of other popular fruit-related technological products. The motives behind this purchase were that it was a relatively cheap smartphone I could buy unlocked, which would allow me to switch my sim and micro sd card from my previous model straight over.
Summary: This is the second 9300 I have had as I find it does everything I wish from a mobile. I accidentally turned the alarm off on my previous 9300 with wet hands and it didnt like its bath and the track ball gave up the ghost!! However up until then it had worked hard for 18 months with no problems hence I went for an indentical one again.
Conclusion: The mobile is really good one to use for business people. It has good features like Documents To GO where you can edit and create documents. The quality of sound is also good. The processor speed is good to use internet. It can also be connected to PC to use internet The mobile is 3G enabled and internet can be used with higher speed The blackberry messenger is awesome. After activating the blackberry service, push mail can be used and multiple accounts can be activated.
Excerpt: "...08/2010 Hmmm, I’m not an avid blackberry picker even in season – however, when the month of October arrives I ponderously seek out a mobile upgrade - last time it happened, I was in Cambridge. I remember it being a bitterly cold day in fact. The mobile phone shop’s guarantee of warmth got me in, and the rest is history. Half an hour later I was 120 pounds lighter – it’s one of the recreational hazards of being a ‘digi-ware-fiddler.’ Upgrading technology ...
Excerpt: "The Blackberry Curve 9300 3G is the second Blackberry I have owned and will never go back to Blackberry now. *Poor Memory & Processor Speed* This phone's main problem seems to be the on board memory of just 256MB and slow processing power which is completely inadequate for the modern mobile phone user. Loading websites using the 'internet' feature is all but impossible with this phone. Almost every time it loads in a page, the page is 'too big to ...
Pros: qwerty keyboard, bbm
Cons: slow, poor memory usage, slow processor, general poor performance