Reviews and Problems with BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G
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Anees Rao, flipkart.com
28 December 2010
Summary: Hey! Got this phone after a lot of deliberation and looking at Android/Apple phones in the same range. Went for the Blackberry for two main reasons: 1. Hate a touch screen to type on 2. Have no real need for games, since I own an Ipod Touch. I've used the phone for about a month now, and I am enjoying the keypad. That being said, typing on the iPod (and iPhone) is actually quicker than BB, but an iPhone is waaay out of budget for me. All in all, I'm happy with my buy.
Summary: DEAR FRIENDS , PLEASE NEVER BUY THIS HANDSET . I HAD PURCHASED THIS HANDSET IN NOV 2011.BUT IN JUST 6 MONTHS ITS BATTERY DIES WITH IN 2-3 HOURS. WHEN I APPROACH TO SERVICE CENTRE THEY SAID THEY DONT GIVE WARRANTY ON PRODUCTS PURCHASED ONLINE .
Summary: This is completely useless phone where switching on the 3g connection will finish the battery in 1 hour and the same with gps. there is always this blackscreen of death a bug in blackberry software.
Summary: i brought this nearly 6 months ago, it has poor battery , camera is not good , and the it slows down after downloading more than 10 apps , though if you are interested in chatting and stuff , you should buy it , even the internet works slowly , the only thing good is the qwerty keypad , otherwise its just a waste of time and money.
Summary: amazing phone at an amazing price. you go out anywhere and this model is not available. You want an entry level 3G phone and you will need to pay above 15K. At 11K with a 3/6 months interest free EMI option, this is just an amazing offer. Also I ordered at 2:45PM on a Thursday afternoon, got the phone delivered to me at 3-45PM on Saturday afternoon. Amazingly quick delivery. Just lovin.
Summary: This blackberry was described as used (not new as the title says, I actually bought a used one from the marketplace), but its exact condition wasn't described, so I was a bit wary as I wasn't sure what exactly I was getting. When I got the phone, it actually exceeded my expectations as it looks new and you wouldn't know it's been used. Thanks! Re the phone itself, I've been using it for about a week now and I'm very happy with it.
Summary: I bought the Blackberry Curve 9300 3G as I read good things about this type of smart phone and also wanted to quickly un-do the mistake I made in getting a Samsung Jet touch screen (which was defo not great for fast txting) also I didnt want to jump on the iPhone fashion accessory scene (again touch screen just don't agree with me). Everything about this phone is ace and I don't have one bad thing to say about it.
Summary: This phone is an upgraded replacement of the 8520. The phone is virtually identical, except that it has been upgraded to 3G internet connection. This makes a huge difference to the speed with which it connects and downloads web pages. For the negligible price difference between the two phones, you would be daft not to opt for this phone over the 8520.
Summary: This is the first Phone that i have been so delighted with in years, it's great all-round. I delayed buying blackberry for over a year due to not liking the thought of the QWERTY keypad but it makes texting so easy and fast, its also so much faster than a touch screen, i wish i'd bought a blackberry before now!. I've not had a problem with the phone yet, everything is better than i could have hoped.
Summary: I recently went into Phones4U with my broken Samsung Tocco Ultra, which I had received on opening a contract with Vodafone in June 2009. I expected that Phones4U would offer to repair the phone (since all Samsung phones come with a 2 year warranty) but I got a lot more than I bargained for. The sales assistant explained that he would be able to 'buy me out' of my contract, and allow me to start up a new one.
Pros: Clear display, great internet features, BBM is quick and easy, inbuilt email - to name but a few!
Cons: Poor camera, not much inbuilt memory, Poor battery life