'Good call quality'
'Bright, colourful screen'
'Visually rich user interface'
'Decent camera and messaging capabilities'
'Reasonably versatile '
'Excellent colour saturation of the 188 ppi display'
'Slim and sleek styling'
'Distinctly usable despite the small size'
'phone cheap helpful and easy'
'the black version of the 8520 will be easier to read in such environments.'
'Conference calling worked fine, and the phone connected to our Bluetooth devices with no trouble.'
'social networking features'
'You won't be able to create documents though - this is a feature reserved for the premium version of the application.'
'crisp and bright screen'
'it a great phone'
'smartphone features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS'
'the Curve 8900 is compatible with the carrier's My Faves calling service.'
'the 8900 is far superior in terms of media and messaging.'
'Nuance's excellent voice command software'
'Call quality rated extremely high on both ends, with crisp voice, and calling parties reporting that the Curve came through exceptionally loud on their end.'
'BlackBerry Curve 8900 impressive –'
'the 8900 should be compatible with the BlackBerry App World when its finally ready for Australians.'
'young and mobile'
'supports most of popular phone features'
'traditional QWERTY layout'
'When the light sensor turns on the backlight, the scroll ball glows white and looks awesome.'
'good-sized powerful speaker'
'Easy to use and set up mobile email.'
'Strong email functionality'
'Good quality images, with numerous options for sending photos.'
'The design is quite attractive, too, especially the wave shape used on the keypad, and ergonomically the handset feels very comfortable to hold.'
'Using the BlackBerry to play music is great. '
'Battery life is good.'
'The calendar feature on the 9300 is excellent.'
'The revamped SurePress touch screen allows for more precision, key rollover, and limited multitouch capabilities.'
'Thanks amazing phone'
'much more accurate RIM BlackBerry Storm2 9550 360 Degrees View'
'Definitely a more attractive phone than the first Storm. '
'very crisp screen ideal'
'The device is still a touch skinnier, thinner, and arguably better looking than the BlackBerry Bold, and sports a sleek overall design.
'call quality was very good.'
'The concept of the phone is very preciously carried out and it definitely feels pleasant in the hand.'
'Audio quality on either end of the call was decent, though we were told we sounded quiet or distant a few times, while the speakerphone was loud though not always entirely clear to either party.'
'Additionally, the phone itself feels more solid (although this is subjective), making the phone feel more in concert with the extremely well-built HTC HD2.'
'Playing video, an MP4 file originally encoded for an AppleTV re-encoded beautifully for the Curve and played in full screen without a hitch'
'our favorite keyboard-equipped smart phone'
'8320's sleek design and awesome e-mail handling'
'got good voice quality for incoming and outgoing voice.'
'With such a slim profile and small weight, the Curve is comfortable to hold and use as a phone'
'Curve's full QWERTY keyboard offers a better typing experience'
'compelling all-in-on device'
'the 8320 is the best BlackBerry for T-Mobile customers now available.'
'the most exciting feature is the addition of WiFi'
'the 8320 is an excellent phone.'
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