Similar to the previous Curve version in terms of look, the QWERTY Blackberry Curve 9300 phone is one fantastic device. The phone has 3G connectivity option as well as a home screen that can easily be customized to suit the taste of a user. Hardly would a user notice the difference between the Blackberry 9300 and a desktop computer because of its operating system that allows for the use of many applications.
The still camera on the Blackberry 9300, however, is a measly 2MP that does not even have Autofocus and Flash features. The camera only has options like zoom out, zoom in and take picture. Some camera setting options are also available for making adjustments; these options can be accessed by pressing the middle key. It should not be quite surprising to note, therefore, that the camera has low sharpness and contrast levels, and the quality of image that it can take is rather poor.
The Blackberry Curve 9300 has a video camera, too, but its performance is not much different from that of the still camera. The device’s web browser performance can be considered as being below par as a result of the fact that it takes long for pages as well as images to be displayed, and multi-tabs feature is also absent. The manner in which web pages are displayed on the screen is just a little better than on the screens of some other mobile devices.
The process of generating backup is a highly trouble-free one. The Blackberry Curve 9300 can also be used to download apps from Blackberry App store, though the prices of application here are somewhat higher compared to the Android Market. An impressive range of connectivity options like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 3G are also provided.
The battery of the Blackberry Curve 9300 is manageable as it can conveniently handle four and a half hours of talk time, standby time of 19 days, and music playback of 29 hours. A-GPS is preloaded on the Curve 9300 and Blackberry Maps is also pre-installed. Though the Blackberry Curve 9300′s navigation is efficient in carrying out task, it could also be slightly slow as well.
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