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The 3G BlackBerry Curve 9300, BlackBerry Latest Product, Blackberyy Mobile Phone
"The 3G Curve 9300 is a traditional-style BlackBerry phone with a Qwerty keyboard high. HSDPA and Wi-Fi are included for quick access to the Internet."

The 3G BlackBerry Curve 9300, as its name suggests, is a 3G enabled phone which is an upgrade of 3G-less phone BlackBerry Curve 8520. We took the city to test its Web browsing capabilities and discover what it had to offer.

What we like

Although crammed into a tiny space, the QWERTY keyboard 3G BlackBerry Curve 9300 is really easy to type on. The keys are quite risen to the surface of the phone so they are not too flush and need a good final push - which helps reduce typing errors. It's really easy to learn and you will be confidently patting texts and emails in no time at all.
The 3G BlackBerry Curve 9300, BlackBerry Latest Product, Blackberyy Mobile Phone

Scanning menus and web pages on the optical trackpad is just as windy. While we generally prefer phones with trackballs, trackpads, as opposed to we were little apprehensive at first. We are pleased to announce that optical trackpad on BlackBerry 3G Curve 9300 works like a charm. There is something rather nice about moving the cursor over the browser using the trackpad, which responds to the slightest of gestures. Selecting text on the browser to copy and paste is a matter for elegant and effortless.

The Web browser loads pages very fast on 3G networks and Wi-Fi. Obviously this is slower in EDGE and GPRS, but not so slow that it becomes a drag. Although the screen size of BlackBerry 3G Curve 9300 is smaller than most smartphones today we have not found web surfing experience to be cramped. You have access to the BlackBerry App World 3G BlackBerry Curve 9300. While applications are generally more expensive compared to those of the iTunes App Store and Android Market, there is always a good selection of applications and games available.

Moving to music on the iPhone BlackBerry 3G Curve 9300 is a simple case of connecting the phone to your computer and transfer music manually. There is a 3.5mm jack too, freeing you to connect any headphones and speakers.

What we don’t like
The 3G BlackBerry Curve 9300 is not the nicest looking device there. It seems sturdy and the rubberized coating on the media keys and volume control is not particularly pleasant to touch. This is in contradiction with the fluidity of the optical trackpad and how quickly and easily, you can type on the BlackBerry Curve 9300 3G, which makes for a strange sensation.

The 3G BlackBerry Curve 9300, BlackBerry Latest Product, Blackberyy Mobile Phone

While we found the browser to be generally correct, we found that some of the images on the sites did not show - we had a lot of those all too familiar red x. Unfortunately, we were not able to track how Facebook and Twitter applications on the BlackBerry Curve 3G CLAIMS 9300. When we tried loading both the applications we trotted in the note "Data connection error" even if we were able to easily surf the web on 3G and Wi-Fi access to BlackBerry App World. We feel this is a problem with our review model.

Although the camera comes with some features (white balance options, black & white, sepia) its a bit dull. There is no flash and it takes a few seconds to process calls only adds to the feeling awkward. Photos also do not look that great on the screen of a BlackBerry Curve 9300 3G.

Conclusion
The BlackBerry Curve 9300 is a 3G BlackBerry cheap but pretty average - it's great for web surfing and typing on, but it feels a bit on the side brickish. The camera is very average and dated, if not a problem for you, we advise you to check on the BlackBerry Bold 9780 instead, which has a more powerful camera.


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