Excerpt: At first glance the Curve 8900 looks really nice and can certainly be confused from a distance by being the Bold. I mean the style and design of the Curve 8900 with the looks of Bold/Storm combo, but weight is pure Curve…coming in at a light 110 grams. Some key feature that I liked about the improved Curve is the elegance compared to previous models. The chrome trim around the hardware makes it stand out more.
Excerpt: The Blackberry 8900 aka the Javelin, is RIM’s first ever smartphone to come equipped with Wi-Fi, GPS and a 3.2-megapixel autofocus camera. We’re guessing RIM heard us loud and clear in our previous reviews of the Blackberry. The Bold was their more serious break into the multimedia with business arena that was followed by their attempt at taking on the iPhone with their 9500 Storm. But here’s how the 8900 fared.
Excerpt: In a world full of Android, Symbian and Windows Mobile, Blackberry launches quietly yet another of its smartphones with QWERTY keyboard – Blackberry Curve 8900. The device bears the Canadian company's trademark when it comes to design and software embedded. Fans will most likely be happy as the gadget is one of the few outed by RIM last year.
Pros: I guess the highlights of this smartphone are the Wi-Fi technology, the improved 256MB Flash memory, the GPS receiver, as well as the whole messaging package. Also, having a good responsive full QWERTY keyboard comes in handy when you need to answer an email fast. I would also like to mention the price that can appeal to most Blackberry users, especially that it's a good alternative to the more expensive Bold.
Cons: I have found that the main drawback of the device is the low autonomy of the battery, not fit for a businessman. Another issue that might considerably lower the phone's functionality is the lack of a free document editor, as the one embedded must be bought in order to be able to make your own document files. Sales Package Blackberry Curve 8900 smartphone Standard battery 1400 mAh Li-Ion Blackberry Premium 3.5mm Stereo Headset AC Travel charger microUSB data cable Leat...
Conclusion: • Preloaded DataViz Documents to Go allows users to edit Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files directly on the handset • A sleek, new twist on a classic style with a large 2.4-inch, HGVA+, 480x360-pixel display with light sensor • 3.2 megapixel camera, with variable zoom, auto focus, image stabilization and a powerful flash that also provides continuous lighting when recording video • Built-in assisted and autonomous GPS • 256MB Flash memory and a microSD/microSDHC...
Excerpt: The Blackberry Curve smartphone has been a staple in the industry for a long time starting with the original 8300 back in 2007. RIM is back at it again with the sleek new Curve 8900 smartphone. How does it compare to the 8300 series and will it become the new champion of the Blackberry?
Pros: New slim and sleek design., Revised user interface., Wi-Fi and GPS built-in., Great 3.2 MP camera.
Excerpt: With the amazing quality and wide range of convenient options that are winning the vote of numerous cell phone users, it seems that the release of T-Mobile’s latest invention of the BlackBerry Curve 8900, has become an extremely popular choice among a large number of individuals and businessmen (and women) all around the world. Many of which feel that this is the hottest model that has yet to be released.