BlackBerry Curve 8900 Phone, Black (AT&T)

BlackBerry Curve 8900 Phone, Black (AT&T)

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BlackBerry Curve 8900 Phone, Black (AT&T)
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04.08.2020 21:46 04.08.2020 21:46
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Check Price On Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002AKKJWM?tag=bestofrate-20 Non RIMM Consumer Changes Mind! BlackBerry Curve 8900 Phone, Black (AT&T) Ive been a long time AT&T costumer. I thought I could live without having an actual keyboard when it comes to texting, but after a week without my Sidekick Keyboard - I decided to ditch my Samsung Eternity for the Blackberry Curve 8900.I was hesitant about purchasing this smart phone because I was never a fan of Blackberrys (RIMM). I had a BB during their initial boom in the early part of the new millennium. However, the poor browser, poor cell phone network, lackluster screen color, non desirable keyboard, awful battery life, whack OS, & lack of T9 predictive text just couldnt win me over.After I realized that I couldnt text on a touch screen phone, unless it was the iPhone. I decided that I must have a cell phone device with an actual qwerty keyboard, if I expect to survive my text message & email addiction.I picked up the Blackberry 8900 with my corporate discount and walked away with a nice high end phone at a very reasonable price. I have to say that I really enjoy the web browser on the new BB. You can zoom in & out with ease. I thought no browser could compare to the iPod Safari besides the Android G1, but after getting this device - I can safely say that this browser is also one of the best. Its right behind the safari and G1. Prior models were confined to small screens, thirty-five dollar internet only data plans, and no ability to zoom in or out. You were subjected to a small screen and reading small text till your eyes was squinting like grandmas.Pros:Big vibrant screen3.5 MM headjackNew OSDecent call quality (No issues yet)Excellent new broswerMini SD up to 16GB (Wish it was 32GB)Use your songs as ringersWi-FiPersonal Email (Up to 10 accounts can be added)IMThemesApplications (Coming on April 1st)My FavsFull HTML Web Browser (Sometimes)Excellent Multimedia Player (Accepts every format possible)Video & Camera (3.2 Megapixel as oppose to 2.0)Includes 2 chargers (Wall Charger & USB charger)Includes ear phones and leather carry caseCons:For long time BB users, this device is really just a cosmetic upgrade with a new OS (Flashier Icons)Micro USB (No more Mini USB)Non RIMM Consumer Changes Mind!For anyone who has wanted a BB but held off on getting one, this is the model to get. Everything about it is an upgrade. The device is basically the BB Bold with a different casing. The battery life could still use some more juice. With excessive email checking & non stop texting, the phone usually needs a charge after a day and a half of usage. I did set the brightness of the phone to the lowest brightness available and it has lasted for a little over 2 days with no charge needed. Even on the lowest brightness, the screen is still very bright, sharp, & crisp. And i still do unlimited texting & web browsing. However, AT&T doesnt offer the best mobile minute plans on earth & their data plan is probably one of themost expensive around. They are fully aware that their signal is one of the best & in doing so, make up for it by charging their non-friendly services at non-friendly prices, which usually doesnt offers an abundant amount of minutes, unlimited data, internet, email, text etc will end up costing you a lot!One complaint from other phone techs is the lack of 3G. Yes, i was disappointed that the device is only on EDGE & Wi-Fi, but if you have a 3G enabled phone with only 1 signal bar - The chances of having a 3G signal is pretty slim. The EDGE browser signal on this device is fine & works just fine. I havent encountered any issues & comparing it with a 3G phone - the thing almost runs at the same pace. NO major biggy at all! I have used the wi-fi a few times & i think its super fast on Wi-Fi.I pay under seventy bucks a month for a decent amount of mins & unlimited everything else. My friend has a similar plan on Verizon, its not unlimited, and her bill is always over a hundred each month. The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is a quad-band GSM smartphone combining WiFi and GPS in one device. The 8900 comes equipped with a 3 megapixel auto-focus camera with video recording, a multi-format music player, standard 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD slot for additional storage, UMA, EDGE high-speed data, and Bluetooth compatibility. This feature rich phone also comes with email client, MMS messaging, and voice dialing. The 8900 is a quad-band GSM device enabled for international use. Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 2.4 x 0.5 inches 4.7 ounces Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds Disclaimer: The above link to the Amazon products is my affiliate link where Ill earn a small commission if you make a purchase at no additional cost to you. This channel is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com

BlackBerry Curve 8900 Phone, Black (AT&T)

BlackBerry Curve 8900 Phone, Black (AT&T)

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