Review: BlackBerry Curve
RIM's second attempt at a mass-market phone makes strides in media capabilities while remaining true to its smartphone roots. With Video Tour.
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The BlackBerry Curve is Research in Motion's second device aimed at the mass market rather than strictly business users. Like its smaller brother, the Pearl, it boasts a feature list sure to entice regular Joes and business users alike. Does that mean the Curve suffers from a case of identity crisis, or does it serve both segments equally well?
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AT&T has been getting all the good phones lately. Come on T-Mobile! 🤨
CURVE WISH LIST
which means, that you are not able to get the best service.
try to update to ATT.
I want one.