June 20th, 2007
The BlackBerry Curve (8830) device launched itself onto the marketplace before the much-hyped iPhone debut on June 29, 2007. And it is getting pretty high remarks from cell phone reviewers all over the place.
One of the key features of the BlackBerry Curve (8830) smartphone device is their music playing capability. It is too early to say whether the BlackBerry Curve can beat the iPhone on music playing. But reviewers reported good sound quality. And the handling of switching between music playing and phone conversation is very smooth as well.
BlackBerry partnered with Roxio on adding music management to the phone. If you want to sync your music playlist between your desktop and your BlackBerry curve, you will love the new feature. The BlackBerry curve also supports a microSD memory card so you can add additional song storage to your BlackBerry smartphone.
A 2-megapixel camera is another outstanding feature for the BlackBerry curve. The pictures taken was very clear and crisp. The 2-3X zoom only helps make the picture quality better.
Of course, no smartphone can handle emails on the road better than a BlackBerry. The BlackBerry curve is no exception.
So if you want to a nice looking smartphone that does mobile email, play mp3, and take good pictures, the BlackBerry Curve, not the iPhone, is going to be a better choice for you.
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