Blackberry Curve - 5 Reasons to Own One

Written By admin on Thursday, April 14, 2011 | 4:25 AM


You've had a cell phone that favorite of yours for awhile now. It's starting to look rough. You dropped a dozen times, it is scratched, some keys are nice, to May even be damaged screen. Heck, maybe even this thing fell into the water, or worse toilet.

can barely text of the deal if you can figure out how to use multi-tap function that comes from an old phone. Is not it time to replace that old cell phone? Too much choice do you think? Well, let's look at a very user friendly smartphone from Research in Motion, which is easy to use, highly functional, and on top of that, it looks pretty good too. Blackberry Curve.

Blackberry Curve is a great phone. It has great sound quality, voice dialing, phone books, and much more. Indeed, much more. Curve is a smart phone or a telephone data. You not only can you make phone calls, send SMS messages, Internet access, but you can also run programs. Applications that will let you do things such as tracking spending, GPS functions, feed reader for news and information, time to get the latest updates and more. Blackberry just opened its new BlackBerry Application a world where you can find hundreds of different applications to run on the new phone. Some are free, but most are one-time fee ranging from 0.99 to several dollars. So, what are 5 reasons to buy a Blackberry Curve today?

    First of all, it is very well designed phone. It is elegant, it is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, and it just looks good. Also available in most of the carrier in black or red. First of all, it is very well designed phone. It is elegant, it is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, and it just looks good. Also available in most of the carrier in black or red.... First of all, it is very well designed phone. It is elegant, it is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, and it just looks good. Also available in most of the carrier in black or red.... Second, a full QWERTY keyboard. Now, my fingers are a little on the fat when it comes to small keyboards. However, I have had very little trouble using a fully functional QWERTY keyboard on the curve. It's perfect for composing text messages or short e-mail. Would I want to right a novel about one? No, but for most short tasks, it works very well....
  • Finally, the best reason to own it is the overall ease of use. I was very worried about moving from the basic curve of the Motorola RAZR. I was most concerned about learning how to use the phone and the size of the keyboard. Curve is actually very intuitive. It was one of the most user friendly phones I have ever used.

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