Reviews and Problems with BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G
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Blackberry Curve 3g 9300
30 March 2013
Excerpt: all new BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 with exiting new features with bb massenger at the same time it also has become a trend in todays generaion new blackberry with 624 mhz preosser along with os with blackberry 5.0 the phone has gud intrnal memory 2 gb which is good but not the best also it has 256 mb ram along with display i.s 2.46 inches also the phone is slighter in weight i.s 104 g oly inspite of this the phone is having 2 mp camera which make it usser friendly and the...
Summary: unless you want to recieve a phone that hasnt actually been refurbished. when i recieved my phone it was all well for a month untill all of a sudden stoped working and when i asked for a refund the answer was no! i tried to fix it but when i took it to the shop i was told it was water damaged and had not not been repaired propperly plus the fact it had algae growing in my actuall phone so id recomend if you want a phone that works longer than A MONTH you dont buy from...
Excerpt: I bought this mobile about 6 months ago and now I'm regretting my decision. Practically it has nothing to offer except BBM, and the phone hangs and crashes down often. If you have many incoming messages on BBM at a time, then this phone crashes down. not at all worth buying.
Summary: I had the Blackberry curve 8520 and loved it, it was my first blackberry and I loved everything about it. I still liked blackberries when I was offered this one (the 9300) on a contract in February 2012 and now a year on with a year to go, I dislike it. I still like how easy the blackberry is to use and I love the QWERTY keyboard but the couple of good points I have towards it are outcast-ed by the bad points.
Pros: Easy to use. Nice Appearance. QWERTY keyboard.
Cons: Poor camera. Poor battery life. Freezes a lot.
Excerpt: "I had the Blackberry curve 8520 (which is basically the same phone without 3G) and I loved it- a mixture of the qwerty keyboard, bbm etc. I still liked Blackberrie4s when I was offered a contract with the 9300 so I took it out in February 2012. I have started to dislike this phone more and more. The good points are the qwerty keyboard which is a personal 'like' of mine and the easy access to social networking sites and it is very easy to use. In my ...
Pros: Easy to use . QWERTY keyboard .
Cons: Poor camera . Poor battery life . Freezing .
Excerpt: The system requires reboot after every application being installed or deleted from the system. Even light applications like Whatsapp do not work properly on the Blackberry Operating System. Buying Blackberry 9300 would be a much better option because there is not much differnce between the two.
Excerpt: To begin with...this model is one of the worst looking handsets blackberry has ever launched...moreover adding on to its bad appearance are its software issues....media support...its screen size..i mean how could blackberry expect dis handset to last even for a day in the electronic market...yes the same market which has phones like I-PHONE...n HTC... and to top it all is its ABSOLUTELY PATHETIC battery backup.....WHOAA...no more words to describe its failure!!!
Excerpt: Although blackberry mobiles have been designed specifically for business related work many of them do tend to have decent features for multimedia apps. Unfortunately this is one particular area where Blackberry Curve 3G 9300 fairs very badly. Its sound quality is very poor and gives a dismal performance. Watching videos on its 2.46 Inches display screen would prove to be a tough job. It comes with an average 624 MHz processor.