Let the casual users have their touch screens; the BlackBerry Curve 8900 is all about the keyboard. This new version of the original T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve has a 3.2-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi connectivity and all the e-mail features that make BlackBerry popular with businesspeople.
The four-ounce phone is considerably thinner than the older model. It supports most major e-mail providers and can connect to AOL, Yahoo and Windows Live instant messaging. This model also has GPS functions with turn-by-turn directions and audio and video playback. Research in Motion, its maker, has also improved the screen resolution and improved the interface and browser.
The 8900 supports four international radio bands, and can roam on almost any G.S.M. network around the world. It includes a 256-megabyte memory card and supports high-capacity microSD cards for expansion up to 16 gigabytes.The phone supports Fave 5 calling plans and T-Mobile’s HotSpot calling plan. That means you can use your Curve without using up your minutes.