BlackBerry Curve 3G unveiled

BlackBerry Curve 3G unveiled

Summary: A look at Research In Motion's successor to its BlackBerry Curve 8520 handset, the Curve 9300, which will be upgradable to BlackBerry 6 once the OS is launched

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  • Taking inspiration from its predecessor in more than just its appearance, the Curve 3G maintains the same fixed-focus 2-megapixel camera and backlit Qwerty keyboard.

    RIM says that the battery in the Curve 3G will last for 19 days on standby, 29 hours of music playback or 4.5 hours of talk time.

  • The Curve 3G also has dedicated multimedia buttons for quicker access to music functions and will arrive packing the usual BlackBerry email, maps and messenger options.

    Recently, the UAE, Lebanon, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia have expressed concerns over some of BlackBerry's services, more specifically, the encryption of services like BlackBerry Messenger and email.

    According to reports, Saudi Arabia postponed the blocking of BlackBerry's messenger service, due to be imposed last Friday, while it works with the company to find measures that avoid blocking functionality.

Topics: Mobility, Smartphones

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  • when is this phone going to be released in uk ?
    sayfur123