What about the price of this baby in Europe? Unlocked... 400US$ is something like 304€!? Cool! Or not, considering the fact that RIM (and other man.) "upgrade" the price of unsubsidized terminals in Europe.
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2010Maybe, but you bridge the gap in the antennas on the iPhone 4 with a fingertip (no no "de... morefair enough. but i still think blackberry needs some new interesting phone, maybe the torch will be it but its still the same dull software, and dull apps.
dave, 10 Aug 2010actually, ill bet there is a way to hold this blackberry and you will get a call drop, all pho... moreMaybe, but you bridge the gap in the antennas on the iPhone 4 with a fingertip (no no "deathgrip" required) and it stops almost all data transmission, you show me a another phone that does that and ill concede defeat
John, 10 Aug 2010This Phone is much better than the freaking/ deadly/ flawed IPhone 4. Atleast you can make cal... moreactually, ill bet there is a way to hold this blackberry and you will get a call drop, all phones just have this fault.
In my opinion this is just another dull dull dull RIM handse3t, they are all so similar and dull, nothing interesting about them at all. i would love rim to bring a properly interesting phone. zzzzzzzz
i swear all of the new BB models come with 3g support WTF.....wow
This Phone is much better than the freaking/ deadly/ flawed IPhone 4. Atleast you can make calls without it getting dropped..
Incase you do not want BB, then go in for an HTC Android ph, you would not regret that. Else, another option wud b the Nokia N8.
Ouch the quality camera is still the same with gemini..no improvement..it's just like tour-essex and storm1-storm2..what a dissapointing,,
RIM Lover, 09 Aug 2010BlackBerry makes the best smartphones in the world, second is Android, Apple 3rd, Symbian 4th.... morehuh? Symbian 4th? that only in us market. for real world market Symbian still 1st.
BlackBerry makes the best smartphones in the world, second is Android, Apple 3rd, Symbian 4th.
I have the 8520 and it rules all other smartphones except for higher specked BlackBerry devices. The 9300 is definitely my next phone. My only criticism regarding BlackBerry phones are the lack of a FM radio, please RIM do not be like Apple and exclude it from future devices.
I don't understand, The Curve 8900, is the oldest in that series, but still technically more advanced. I would have thought that they'd build on the 8900 as opposed to make cheaper versions. I'm thinking about going over to a different type anyways, but it's never made much sense. Why start whole new model, and design, that really out shined out and was on par with the original bold, and then dumb it down?