Summary: The BlackBerry Curve 8900 will be available from T-Mobile on February 11 for $200 (after a $100 rebate) when signing a new two-year contract. The screen measures 2.4 inches diagonally and has a resolution of 480 by 360--that's even higher than the resolution of the Bold's display.
Conclusion: The 8900 is a worthy successor to the wildly successful 8300 . It combines all of the features we loved the first time around with a better form factor and increased specs. The display is the on par with the Storm as the best we’ve ever seen from RIM, and though the keyboard is a bit small the...
Pros: Near perfect feel, Best in class high-resolution display, Quick, polished, bug-free OS, Greatly improved camera performance over the Storm, Solid phone performance, including amazing battery life
Cons: Keyboard may be a bit too small for larger fingers, The OS may be bug-free, but it’s far from perfect
Excerpt: RIM (BlackBerry) came out with some brand-new BlackBerry handset designs last year that diverted attention from what it does best: make solid business smartphones for businesspeople. The BlackBerry Curve 8900 returns to the original remit, having picked up a few neat tricks along the way.
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.