The BlackBerry Curve 9300 looks like yet another BlackBerry handset. Its full QWERTY keyboard sits below a 2.4-inch screen, with the 2-megapixel camera on the reverse. Offering 3G connectivity as well as Wi-Fi, the handset promises fast internet browsing while apps and themes can be easily downloaded from the BlackBerry App World. There`s not much new to see on the BlackBerry Curve 3G. That famous physical QWERTY keyboard sits in a sensible-looki...
Pros: Physical QWERTY keyboard is excellent for text, Media controls are conveniently located, BB OS 6 upgrade coming soon, Battery life is good, Optical trackpad is improvement on rollerball,
Cons: Camera is a little underpowered, Feels a little cheap and plasticky, Out-dated OS is not intuitive, Apps are expensive and less varied, Didn`t handle low-reception areas well,
Verdict: BlackBerry`s low-cost Curve 3G is highly capable for traditional functions and web browsing, but won`t satisfy the media-hungry consumer....
Overall User Rating (3.6 Out of 5 based on 155 ratings)
Overall: In world of smartphones it s becoming little awkward when you buy a BB (the base model) however someone who is a user of TATA CDMA network has a limited choice. To rate this phone , i am happy and i must say it has almost everything that i needed and for business users i dont need to say that anything else can serve them better than BB, no matter what general opinions are , BB users just rely on BB :) , go for it. Sometimes i faces challenge on network and connectivity and i am doubting the reasons for it , to blame phone is too early , it could be the operator. However i will visit back and re-rate if it continues. Till then , take your call after evaluating your needs, I liked it!