Excerpt: I løbet af årene har Blackberry udviklet sin egen niche af tilhængere, at det meste alligevel, ophold loyale over for mærket, uanset hvad. En del af dette kan tilskrives det faktum, at rigtig, har der ikke været mange "dårlige" Blackberry-telefoner derude, og med Blackberry Curve 8320, ser det ikke ud som om der er igangværende at blive endnu. Som en telefon.
Conclusion: The BlackBerry Curve 8320 from T-Mobile further extends the appeal for HotSpot @Home by adding a compelling all-in-on device to our lineup with Wi-Fi and unlimited calling capabilities.” Grandy added, “The BlackBerry Curve 8320 is an ideal companion for staying connected to friends, family and life while at home, at work or on the go.
Conclusion: The BlackBerry Curve 8320 is an exciting device. We've seen a lot of "me too" devices that are copies of last year's successful model or are simply clones of the same phone offered on another carrier. But the Curve's UMA and T-Mobile's excellent Hotspot@Home service sets the 8320 apart from the 8300 and most other phones on the market.
Conclusion: The Blackberry Curve 8320 is light, smooth and very easy to use on all counts. It is very much in-between audiences: casual Smartphone users may find the $500 USD (without rebates) tag prohibitive, while grizzled Blackberry businesspeople may be looking at more sophisticated models. With rebates, however, the Curve is a great steal for both groups.
Pros: Good price with rebates; comfortable mouse and keyboard; good online speed
Cons: Too expensive for average consumers without rebates; not a revolutionary leap in Blackberry
Conclusion: I love my Pearl. That being said, I think this is BlackBerry’s best device to date. The 8320 is so nice to hold and use. It feels solid – there is no squeaking like the 8800 and the Pearl. The keys are very tactile and easy to use. BlackBerry Email just can’t be beat and it works flawlessly on the 8320. Throw in a good 2.0 Mega Pixel camera and full media capabilities along with flawless Synchronization with Outlook and you have (almost) the perfect device.
Summary: The BlackBerry Curve made its first appearance in the middle of last year. It was a revelation at the time, taking what had previously been a somewhat oversized and very business-looking device and turning it into something smaller, cooler and, well, dare we say it, just that bit curvy. The BlackBerry Pearl, with its non-Qwerty keyboard and more phone-like appearance had already made a splash in consumer circles and now it was the turn of the full Qwerty.
Excerpt: The Blackberry Curve 8320 is yet another clone of the 8300 and 8310 in terms of design, but whilst the 8300 and 8310 were void of connectivity options, the latter did provide a GPS receiver. The 8320 replaces the receiver with dual Wi-Fi and the added bonus of being able to route calls over the wireless network, but as with most Blackberry devices they are designed for business users only.