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  • But as I did more and more playing around with the Curve, I found out that it didn't have the internal GPS system as the 8800/8820 had
  • If you are looking for a light weight full keyboard blackberry model, then definitely take a look at the Curve

    • by Jonathan Sawhook
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      RIM’s Blackberry Curve is the only model that could have stole me away from my Blackberry 8800/8820. The Curve was released mid 2007 and gave for the Pearl a run for its money.

      The Curve is a bit smaller than the BB 8800/8820, but has a full


      keyboard, mp3 player and has a camera.

      The Curve also offers a very light weight feel, giving it the illusion of an actual cell phone weight.

      What really got me to try the Curve was the camera; I was very excited to finally have a camera on ...


      • BB with a full keyboard.

        The Curve also really improved on the cell reception in a lot of areas I couldn’t get before, which was a big plus.

        But as I did more and more playing around with the Curve, I found out that it didn’t have

        the internal GPS system as the 8800/8820 had.

        That right there was my turning point back to my previous model and my only negative about the Curve.

        If you are looking for a light weight full keyboard blackberry model, then definitely take a look at the Curve.




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