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Friday, June 18, 2010


BlackBerry Curve 8310 includes a GPS and camera capabilities 2-megapixel camera with Flash, Full Screen Viewfinder Self Timer and Sequence Mode and integrated Wi-Fi networks, as well as Google Maps. It also features Bluetooth and offers a speakerphone, voice activated dialing, smart dialing, conference calling, and speed dialing. With 64 MB of flash memory you can do over ten wishes to you. Its dimensions fit beautifully and resolution 320 * 240 pixel screen allows you to have beautiful scenery and also in support of a QWERTY keypad and trackball navigation that supports different wallpapers and screensavers life. This Web browsing with a browser that supports GPRS and EDGE allows you to quickly access the Internet and download data's. Battery backup of the BlackBerry 8310 is 408 from the standby and 4 hours of talk time.

The biggest difference between the original Curve and the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 is the addition of GPS. With this feature, you can use Curve as a handheld navigation device with the addition of location-based services (LBS) or navigation software, like Google Maps for Mobile. LBS at AT & T offers TeleNav GPS Navigator itself is called, which includes color maps and text-and voice-guided driving directions, and local search. You can find out more about-on service in our full review of TeleNav, add, and realized that the service costs $ 9.99 per month for unlimited trips or $ 5.99 up to 10 trips. Check the Performance section to see how the Curve fared as a navigator.

Other wireless radios on the Curve 8310 include Bluetooth and EDGE. Bluetooth allows you to connect to wireless headsets, Bluetooth stereo headsets and hands-free kit. In addition, there is support for object exchange and dial-up networking so you can use the device as a wireless modem for your laptop. Unlike the T-Mobile's Curve, however, this version does not have integrated Wi-Fi, so you have to surf the Web via AT & T's EDGE network. As we have said many times before, we know EDGE is not slow, but after using other 3G-enabled phones, the EDGE data transfer speeds tested our patience a little.

Network: Quadband GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)
Dimensions: 10.7 x 1.55 cm 6x; 111 grams
OS: BlackBerry
Views: 65536.320 x240 pixels
Features: Polyphonic 32 channel (MP3), CAMERA 2 MP, flash, sms, mms, email, IM, GPRS, EDGE, HTML, 64MB memory, microSD card slot, QWERTY keyboard, trackball navigation, GPS, Blackberry maps, java, media player, organizer, calculator, voice dail, speakerphone, gaming, bluetooth v2, 0 (A2DP), mini-USB port, etc.
Batery: Li-Ion 1100 mAh, standby 408 hours, talk time of 4 hours.

BLACKBERRY CURVE 8310 offered at a price of Rp.3,250,000 in Indonesia.
BUY A NEW PRICE: Rp. 3,250,000.00
Former BUY PRICE: Rp. 2,700,000.00
SELL PRICE Reported: -

BlackBerry Bold BlackBerry Bold 9000 offered at a price of Rp.3,250,000 in Indonesia.

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