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BlackBerry Curve 8900 - BlackBerry Javelin Review

Updated on March 15, 2011

The stunning Blackberry Curve 8900

BlackBerry Throws A Javelin and A Curve

The BlackBerry Curve 8900 - aka BlackBerry Javelin - was released in the U.S. on February 11, 2009. T-Mobile will be the first to offer the BlackBerry 8900 but AT&T won't be far behind in the game. The BlackBerry Curve is the first major BlackBerry release of 2009 by Research In Motion.(RIM) This much anticipated smartphone is the new and very sophisticated replacement for the current Curve.

Blackberry Curve Accessories from Amazon.com

Blackberry Curve 8900 features

The Blackberry Curve 8900 is the lightest, thinnest BlackBerry to feature a full QWERTY keyboard. It measures just over half an inch in thickness. The BlackBerry Curve is small enough to fit in your pocket without any sacrifices to the keyboard. It has less wasted space around the keys and screen than its predecessor. The keys don't feel hollow and have just the right spacing. The BlackBerry Curve 8900 has a sleek, clean, modern look.


Blackberry 8900 video tour

More Javelin features

The Curve 8900 has a flawless screen. This exceptional smartphone has 2.4-inch, 480 x 360 high-resolution display. The screen is tiny but presents a crisp and sharp image. Its screen offers warm colors, keen contrast, solid resolution, and an easy viewing angle.

Multimedia functions and more!

The BlackBerry 8900 has a multitude of exciting features. Its email, text and instant messaging, browser, and organizer will help you balance your life. It will easily synch with Microsoft Outlook. The corporate world loves its editing and document viewing applications. The BlackBerry 8900 has numerous multimedia functions. It sports a 3.2 Megapixel camera which takes high quality pictures. A media player is one of its hottest features.

The BlackBerry Curve 8900 offers EDGE support with built-in Wi-Fi and GPS. It does lack 3G connectivity but is rated overall as the sports car of smartphones. Research In Motion certainly threw us a great curve with the BlackBerry 8900!

You can preview the BlackBerry Curve 8900 at the T-Mobile site!

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      brasil01 6 years ago

      Great Phone!!!

      This is my first Blackberry and I love it! The phone is light and user friendly. I think I am done with the Iphone!

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      karepesina 8 years ago

      Really good phone with all feature within. This phone make me no have choice for many phone cell now.

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      Joseph 8 years ago

      pretty good phone. i have no problems with it :) i just really want to upgrade to an iphone. i found a site, gsmallover.com, where i can get an iphone for just under 550$ so that's what i'm shooting for. while i'm saving i'm gonna keep my eyes open for better deals, but so far i haven't found any. i want a new phone, that comes unlocked, preferably free shipping, reliable service.. so far that site meets all of those

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