Summary: I've had my Blackberry Curve 9300 which I've anticipated for so long because of the easy navigation and the track pad instead of the track ball and so far it is fairly good for almost three weeks now. It fits nicely into the pocket, light and easy to carry around but I'm still not familiar with all the features and that is due to the fact that I only got a charger alone with it in the package.
Summary: When I received it the first thing that I liked was its size and light weight. It is a very portable smartphone and has 3G which is important for browsing speed. Also, the wifi included is very useful if you have wifi in your house, office, etc. The battery lasts long. Emails, chatting, etc. is fully supported.The trackpad is very useful to get around menus, and the qwerty is useful for tipping fast. The accessories are cool, I use the charger to charge my iPod.
Summary: The 9300 is more a personal micro-computer than one is led to believe. The device uses the Symbian OS v7.0s operating system and can be synchronized with Apple OS-X via iSynch. I've used the bluetooth connection from my iMac to create folders and transfer files from the Mac to the 9300.
Summary: It is a little old school at first glance. Then you open it and it is like WOW! The keys are not tiny whch works well with nails. It is a little heavier than what I am use to, but well worth it. Reception is great, Over all, I am very pleased!
Summary: I bought this phone because I liked the full key board and the simple face. It is a nice phone and easy to use, although because it wasnt manufactured in the US, it has some basic operating issues like using internet or getting onto the AT&T media page that is basic for any AT&T phone. It probably can do it, I just havent figured it out yet. I saw that it doesnt have the vibrate function and a back light on the keyboard before I got it.
Summary: I love this phone and I am on my 3rd one..as the one bad thing is I drop them which is my fault.I get a good 4-5 strong drops and it still works but it splits and it is hard to close. So anyway ot has all the bells and whisles I need to do my work. This last phone was the only one I had a problem with as I can not add to my address book manually anymore..even the ATT and Nokia people can not seem to help and I am waiting for Nokia to get back to me..but no luck yet.