Excerpt: One of the key reasons why BlackBerry rules the smartphone roost in India has been the entry-level Curve 8520, released way back in August 2009. A basic smartphone without 3G and specs like a 2 MP camera, the 8520 was a mega-success primarily because it was affordable and provided access to BBM, social media feeds and e-mail—different facets of the BlackBerry service.
Summary: If you just have to get a BlackBerry device because of their BBM and Email goodness, want something with the latest OS, and can only budget for about Rs 10,000, this has to be the device you buy. If all you want is BBM and you arenï¿½t app crazy, stick with the Curve 8520. If you want GPS and 3G on a budget, get the Curve 3G 9300. You will have to spend a little over Rs. 17,000 on the Curve 9360 if you want BB OS 7 and the latest features (NFC for example).
Summary: Building great superphones is tough, but getting the ingredients for a highly functional yet affordable smartphone right is tougher. It is not uncommon to find the manufacturers sacrifice the performance and character at the altar of the bottom line (read cheap). This is exactly why BlackBerry's Curve 9220, successor to the popular Curve 8520 is so satisfying. It is a simple and affordable smartphone that works well, without flaunting its compromises.
Summary: Research in Motion (RIM) has set the ball rolling in India for the BlackBerry Curve 9220. We review the device to find what makes the phone worthy of being in your pockets. Looking very much like the customary BlackBerry handsets, this phone seems to be a tweaked version with a bit of improvements here and there. The first visible improvement is of course the sleeker and thinner body at 13mm and 102g.
Summary: BlackBerry put forward its new phone BlackBerry Curve 9220 in market. It is bestselling middle range phone, present in the market, at just Rs 10,990. It’s cheapest phone by Blackberry and creates boon for the young crowd who use BlackBerry Messenger as if there life is totally depend on it. BlackBerry curve 9220 is a stylish phone works on latest operating system of BlackBerry 7.1 and enhanced by the featured pre-installed application.
Conclusion: The BlackBerry Curve 9220 is a stylish phone in slim design and glossy body. The BBM services as always are at its best. Instant Messaging, BlackBerry App world and many such applications do justice to this new Curve series phone. But its weak camera and functionalities with slow 512 MB RAM come in its way to claim clear lead over other competing phones. So, we give this phone three star rating.
Summary: Introduction: Blackberry Curve 9220 is yet another mid range mobile phone model released in India recently. The phone is launched with higher variant of similar series Blackberry Curve 9320. Both phones are equipped with all features and support that you need for multimedia, business, social networking and day to day use. 'Blackberry' phones are unique, and have rich features. The Curve 9220 lies perfectly between multimedia and professional feature.
Pros: Good battery life., Quick Social Network sharing, Compact Design., Budget phone
Cons: Low Camera quality, Small Screen, No Wifi Hotspot and No Flash
Summary: • Remarkable features of these phones are enlisted below: • Outfitted with 2 MP, 1600×1200 pixels • You can enjoy full music on these phones with MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.264/H.263 player as well as MP3/WAV/eAAC+/AC3/FLAC player • Organizer, Document viewer and Voice memo/dial are available on these phones • Provided with accelerometer, proximity and compass sensors • Equipped with HTML browsers • Facilitated with 3.5 mm handsfree socket • Camera of these Curve 9220 phones is...
Pros: Remarkable features of these phones are enlisted below: , Outfitted with 2 MP, 1600×1200 pixels , You can enjoy full music on these phones with MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.264/H.263 player as well as MP3/WAV/eAAC+/AC3/FLAC player , Organizer, Document viewer and Voice memo/dial are available on these phones , Provided with accelerometer, proximity and compass sensors , Equipped with HTML browsers , Facilitated with 3.5 mm handsfree socket
Cons: Camera of these Curve 9220 phones is not impressive , Unresponsive touch-pad , Lack of 3G facility , The shape is not attractive