Reviews and Problems with BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G
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Value for money 8
Battery performance 8
Excellent phone for all types of people
16 July 2011
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
Excerpt: "the blackberry curve 3g, it looks great feels great and is very easy to use. in the box you will find your blackberry smartphone, battery, installation cd for the blackberry desktop manager software, us be cable for transferring music, pictures etc, a charger which also comes with a European add on and also all of the instruction manuals. The style of the phone is very appealing to the eye and it feels like a well put together piece of equipment ...
Pros: great quality, easy to use, looks slick
Cons: battery life isn't the best, camera isn't to good
Excerpt: "...was given a shiny new Blackberry Curve from my new company. == Blackberry Curve == I’ve heard everyone rave and rave about Blackberry so I was quite excited at getting one for my work. On first impressions it’s a pretty good phone. The screen is bright and clear with vibrant colour, it’s loaded with features, most of which I’ll probably never use, so I spent some time familiarising myself with all the new functions a gadgety bits. I think I might ...
Excerpt: "...first time I saw the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300, it was a bit of a let-down. It looked almost completely identical to the BlackBerry Curve 8530, a phone which I purchased on contract from O2 almost two years ago (which, I should add, had been perfectly servicable in the time that I have owned it); same screen, same camera, same housing, same keyboard. Wi-Fi 802.11n wasn't a huge deal, and though the 8520 was at a massive disadvantage for missing 3G ...
Pros: 3G, GPS, GSM network
Cons: Not a massive improvement on previous Blackberry models .
Summary: It was more or less a case of "Is this it?" the first time I held my BlackBerry. It is unusually light and comfortable for a device that packs so many great features, and all for a relative fraction of the supposed daddy of mobile communication, the iPhone. Prior to receiving this BlackBerry 9300, I did indeed own Apples flagship device and decided not to re-new my contract purely for cost purposes.
Excerpt: "...easy to text, go on blackberry messenger etc. The trackpad is very nice and pretty responsive, having Blackberry 6 OS is very nice feature on the device and is I prefer it to all other Blackberry's.The camera is okay, its only 2mp so it is good if you don't like taking photos, I am inspiring to be a photographer and love taking photos, but the rest of the phone makes up for the camera!! All in all, it's a quite quick on the 3G & on Wi-Fi. Definitely ...
Pros: Keypad makes it easy to type,takes good pictures,fast
There is better stuff out there than BlackBerry 9300
27 May 2011
Excerpt: "Black Berry Curve 3G 9300 may be one of the good phone some people may vouch for, but I think it has only got all those features that any new generation Black Berry offers. BBM is revolutionary. Black Berry is a small portable Office you can carry any where with you. But when it comes to taking pictures, it just does not provide the quality that is available in the market. The picture quality leaves a lot to be desired. The flash is not there when ...
Excerpt: "...I would be sticking with Blackberry even though there is an array of mobile phones on the market it really is hard to know what is right for you. At the time I was looking for my new Blackberry I was underside whether to upgrade to another Curve or go for a Bold 9780, which is what my husband currently has. In the end and due to price I went for Blackberry Curve 3G 9300. '''*What are the main features of 9300?*''' Although I haven’t had a major ...
Pros: Everything, I love this phone
Cons: No camera flash, full camera zoon isn't good quality
Excerpt: "...when I purchased it. The Blackberry Curve is very elegant and a very attractive looking phone. The keypad on the phone is set out just like a keyboard on a computer. I find this simple to use but some may find it hard. ( my dad got a Blackberry and sold it the next week because he just couldn't work it! ) The keys are also quite small so I think if you don't like little fiddly things, don't go for this. The Blackberry also has a scroll button ...
Pretty disappointing experience of my first blackberry :(
13 May 2011
Excerpt: "I bought this blackberry a few months ago, hoping that it would live up to the hype blackberries have been recieveing recently..Upon unboxing it looked great, and came preinstalled with the blackberry OS5. I played with the phone for about an hour then hooked it up via USB and updated to the lastest firmware, "Blackberry OS6" The phone from day one has been victim of constant problems, it resets itself a few times a week, occasionally doing this ...
Pros: BBM, email push, looks nice . . . thats about it unfortunately