Image Gallery: T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve with HotSpot @Home service

Image Gallery: T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve with HotSpot @Home service

Summary: The BlackBerry Curve (8320) is the first smartphone that supports the @Home UMA network on T-Mobile. The device is light, powerful, durable, and may just have me purchasing my first BlackBerry device.

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  • There is a 2 megapixel camera and flash. I found the flash to work better than almost every other cameraphone flash I have tried with it almost on par with the amazing Nokia N95.

  • It was very nice to see these standard ports on the curve (3.5mm headset jack and miniUSB for charging/syncing). There is also a left side convenience key (set to launch voice dialing by default).

  • A mute key is the only hardware button along the top. There are two small openings for the speaker as well.

Topics: Smartphones, Hardware, Mobility, BlackBerry

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