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New Blackberry Curve image and specs

Posted in Curve by Conner Flynn on January 30th, 2011

It may be at least a year until you can lay hands on the Blackberry Curve Touch,but in the meantime you can drool over some rumored specs. The phone will be called Malibu and will have CDMA – EvDo Rev A connectivity.

It will sport a Qualcomm MSM 8655 800MHz CPU and feature a 5 MP camera with HD Video recording capabilities and a 3.25″ Display with 480×360 HVGA resolution. The rest are pretty standard specs. There should be a GSM version too. Both pricing and availability are not yet announced.

BlackBerry Curve 9300 prototype spotted on video

Posted in BlackBerry,Curve by Conner Flynn on June 26th, 2010

TechnoBuffalo has some good news for Blackberry fans. That good news is some hands-on time with the Blackberry Curve 9300. The prototype 8500 replacement has T-Mobile UK bands and is working (With OS 5 at right now).

Looks like the keyboard is improved, the side buttons are more flush with the phone itself, and there are also a few cosmetic differences that can be spotted in the picture above. Check out the video below.

BlackBerry Curve 8530 now available in Violet

Posted in BlackBerry,Curve by Conner Flynn on February 7th, 2010

Here’s yet another device available in a feminine color to attract the ladies. The Blackberry Curve 8530 Smoky Violet is the perfect gift for the woman in your life this Valentine’s day. She probably likes violet over pink anyway.

You can pick up the BlackBerry Curve 8530 Smoky Violet from Verizon Wireless for as little as 0.01$. If you don’t like Verizon, you can also get the Curve 8530 in a darker shade of Purple for 0.01$ from Sprint. Apparently purple is a big deal right now. Who knew?

Alltel launches BlackBerry Curve 8530

Posted in BlackBerry,Curve by Conner Flynn on January 21st, 2010

The BlackBerry Curve 8530 has officially launched on Rogers’ network, so if you’ve been waiting for or find yourself needing a new phone, go for it. The contract is shorter and the price is nicer. This version of the phone will cost you $499, but after a $360 online discount and $100 mail-in rebate, we’re talking only $39.99 with a qualifying plan.

It will give you bragging rights since all of your T-Mobile friends have only 2G on the 8520. Totally worth it. So will you be getting one? Or passing?

BlackBerry Curve 8900 hits AT&T on Friday for $199

Posted in Curve by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2009

BlackBerry Curve 8900 officially hitting AT&T in "early summer"Last we heard, the Curve 8900 was scheduled for a vague “early summer” release. Well, AT&T has just announced that the Curve 8900 will be available both online and in stores starting this Friday. That’s a whole lot less vague and just two days away.

If you are adding a line or are eligible for a fully discounted upgrade, you’ll need about $200 not including tax. To recap, some features include WiFi, GPS and a 480 x 360 resolution display and the joy of owning a BB.

BlackBerry Curve 8520 gets reviewed

Posted in Curve by Conner Flynn on May 4th, 2009

BlackBerry Curve 8520 gets reviewedIf you’ve been in suspense and can’t wait to find out more about that BlackBerry Curve 8520 with the optical trackball in place of the spinner, the folks over at CrackBerry have posted a pre-release review. Overall, it’s a pretty nice phone, and the optical trackball works well. The hardware is well put together and the OS runs smoothly.

Is it as cool as the Curve 8900? Not really. The design in general has been updated, but things like the screen, battery, and camera are from the Curve 8300. What gives? It is EDGE-only and may turn out to be a pay-as-you-go phone. We’ll see

BlackBerry Curve 8900 now available on T-Mobile for $199

Posted in Curve by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2009

BlackBerry Curve 8900 now available on T-Mobile for $199It’s a good day for T-Mobile and BlackBerry fans. They are the first to get the Curve 8900 for $199 with a 2-year deal. So feel free to rush into T-Mobile stores to pick up the BlackBerry Curve 8900. Or online.

Not that it comes as a shock or anything, but just reminding you. What are you waiting for? Go get it.


Slacker BlackBerry Storm streaming radio app released

Posted in Curve by Conner Flynn on February 4th, 2009

Slacker BlackBerry Storm streaming radio client releasedSlacker has announced a version of it’s free internet radio app for the smartphone, with 100 expert-programmed Slacker stations, over 10,000 artist stations or tons of custom stations. You can even listen to music without a network connection using Slacker’s station caching, which is exclusive to BlackBerry devices

It lets you store your favorite stations on a memory card instead of streaming them over the network connection you’re using. That way you have access to them even when there’s no signal. Slacker claims that it will also reduce battery consumption by as much as 5x.

BlackBerry Curve 8900 gets the Colorware treatment

Posted in Curve by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2009

BlackBerry Curve 8900 gets the Colorware treatmentIt had to happen. If a device is as popular as the BlackBerry Curve 8900, it will get the Colorware treatment sooner or later. Usually sooner. Just like the iPhone 3G, and your DS. So, if you want to beat your precious gadget upside the face with an ugly stick, the folks at Colorware will gladly help.

It doesn’t have to be ugly of course, you can put together something striking I’m sure. Just be certain it’s what you want before you commit. A solid color will run you $129, but if you want a different top, bottom, frame or sides, it will be higher. You could just love your device for who it is, which is the cheapest option and it will love you back. Maybe.

BlackBerry Curve from T-Mobile on February 11th

Posted in BlackBerry,Curve by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2009

BlackBerry Curve from T-Mobile on February 11thYou’ll want to mark February 11 on your calendar, because I know you’ve been waiting. That’s when T-Mobile will launch the BlackBerry Curve 8900. It comes one week earlier than what we initially thought. Just what is “High Speed Internet”? Probably code for T-Mobile’s crappy new “Web2Go” WAP service.

Then again, it may be referring to the integrated Wi-Fi connectivity found in the Curve 8900. No HotSpot@Home? Specs include: High Speed Internet (wifi??), Personal and Work E-mail, 3.2 Megapixel Camera with Auto-Focus and Video, Address Book, Alarm Clock, GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, Calculator, Calendar, EDGE High-Speed Data, Sync with Microsoft Outlook, GPRS, Games and a whole lot more.

BlackBerry 8320 with Wi-Fi UMA

Posted in BlackBerry,Curve,RIM,T-Mobile,UMA,Wi-Fi by Reuben Drake on September 24th, 2007

BlackBerry Curve 8320 from T-Mobiile with Wi-Fi to connect via UMA for fee-free voice connectionsT-Mobile along with RIM launched a new, upgraded BlackBerry Curve today that not only features Wi-Fi for data but can also connect voice through the Wi-Fi connection via Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) and the HotSpot@Home service. The BlackBerry 8320 can take advantage of both the current EDGE network or a Wi-Fi connection when available, seamlessly switching between the two during a call.

When using UMA, users of the 8320 can talk through a 802.11g wireless home network or public Wi-Fi hotspot without racking up any talk-time minutes as they would through the standard cellular EDGE voice connection. The new Curves from T-Mobile will come in new colors of titanium silver (shown here) or a pale gold (exclusively through T-Mobile) but other than that are pretty much the same as the original BlackBerry Curve. The BlackBerry 8320 has a 2 megapixel camera, media player, microSD expansion slot, full QWERTY keyboard and takes advantage of T-Mobiles myFaves for 5 friends from any carrier.


BlackBerry Curve Available May 31st, $199

Posted in AT&T,BlackBerry,Curve,News,RIM by Reuben Drake on May 30th, 2007

BlackBerry Curve available May 31 from At&THere’s another release that just made it within its announced time constraints, launching on the last of the month. RIM and AT&T have announced the official release of the BlackBerry Curve, available through AT&T starting tomorrow, May 31st for a price of $199 with a two year contract and a mail in rebate, of course.

The BlackBerry Curve is the latest, smallest and lightest BlackBerry smart phone with a full QWERTY keyboard that RIM has produced. In fact, AT&T (through a predecessor company) was the first carrier to introduce a BlackBerry wireless solution back in ’99 and is now the first with the Curve. The features available in this phone combined with the price is almost enough to make a guy want to switch carriers.

Press Release

BlackBerry Curve

Posted in BlackBerry,Curve,Smart Devices by Darrin Olson on May 3rd, 2007

Blackberry Curve Smartphone from RIMThe BlackBerry Curve (aka the 8300) is the latest model that’s been added to the BlackBerry lineup of handheld devices from Research In Motion (RIM). The claim to fame for this new model lies in the combinations. The BlackBerry Curve sports a smaller size combined with a full QWERTY keyboard, and also packs in blend of features to serve both work and play.

The BlackBerry Curve is the smallest and lightest BlackBerry yet that has a full QWERTY keyboard. At only .6 inches thick, 2.4 inches wide and 4.2 inches tall, the device is almost the same size as the BlackBerry Pearl aside from being just a little bit wider to accommodate the QWERTY keyboard. The Curve also outweighs the Pearl by .7 ounces with a total weight of 3.9 ounces. The BlackBerry Pearl is the smallest BlackBerry device that …