The mobile handset manufacturer BlackBerry has notably grown in popularity over the years captivating the youth market. These days, lots of teenagers are attracted towards BlackBerry mobile phones, and own one as they can take advantage of the advanced BlackBerry messaging capabilities to keep in contact with their friends. Research In Motion has released another entry-level smartphone, the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300, which is the forth member of Curve range that includes the BlackBerry Curve 8310, the BlackBerry Curve 8320 and the BlackBerry Curve.
The BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 is noticeably BlackBerry in its design, picking up the trademarks of the recent BlackBerry devices – it has the rubberised finish, with the side shortcut buttons covered. At the top it has the media keys, as seen on Curve 8520. The front of this handset is designed with a 2.4 inch TFT display that shows the contents of the phone within a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels and it supports up to 65,000 colors. The device offers the familiar BlackBerry navigation and menu access keys underneath the main screen. Curve 9300 also features a full QWERTY keyboard which is further complete with a user friendly keyboard lock. The keys are satisfactorily spaced apart and are of the right size.
Users will receive a 2-megapixel camera with the BlackBerry Curve, but there is no flash, which means indoor shots even in daylight doesn’t provide good quality pictures and nighttime shooting is thus much out of the picture. Though it is a solid camera yet you can’t expect much more from it. It also supports video recording capability. To complement the entertainment feature, this handset has also been equipped with a simple media player that supports variety of media formats for music and video, including MP3, eAAC+, WAV, FLAC, MP4, H.263 and H.264. The handset has a set of keen music keys, and a 3.5mm audio jack for use with any third party headset, and the device includes Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP that allows you to make use of a stereo Bluetooth headset with the phone. However, there is no FM radio, so you can only enjoy your own music collection. The BlackBerry 9300 has standard audio and sound.
This BlackBerry handset will also offer you with features like standard messaging options such as SMS, MMS and Emails. Apart from that, Push E-mail and Instant messaging are also supported by this tool. For social networking lover, the handset has solid Facebook and Twitter applications along with a first rate choice of more from the BlackBerry App World store. The connectivity options in to the phone are very impressive, since the BlackBerry Curve 3G offers Wi-Fi and GPS along with its namesake 3G network.
As they know that at present 3G connectivity is a feature that we are used to seeing on almost all the smartphone, so it is good to have it on-board the Curve 3G. And in case you happen to be in the coverage of a local WiFi hotspot, you can connect your tool for web browsing and file downloading, as well as utilizing your home WLAN setup. With GPS built in you can use maps to assist you if you get lost in an unknown area. BlackBerry Maps will be on the tool as well as Google Maps. In addition, Bluetooth and USB collection are also available for knowledge transferring.