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BlackBerry Curve 8330Label: BlackBerry Curve 8330, BlackBerry CDMA version, the BlackBerry Curve 8330 supports EVDO technology.

BlackBerry Curve 8330, BlackBerry CDMA version

Research in Motion (RIM) launched the BlackBerry service with the BlackBerry Curve 8330 handset. The handset supports EV-DO network technology.

Curve 8330 is the CDMA version of the Curve family. This phone has been marketed since last year. This CDMA version has the same hardware with its predecessor, the Curve 8300 and 8320. Curve 8330 is equipped with 2 megapixel camera, global positioning system (GPS), software BlackBerry E-Mail, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, HTML browser, and multimedia players. The problem, Curve 8330 does not have Wi-Fi. Family first Curve has Wi-Fi is 8320. This is a wedge for this smart phone.
Curve 8330 is equipped with 2.5-inch LCD screen with QVGA resolution. Call buttons, QWERTY keyboard, and trackball is designed just like its predecessor, 8300 and 8320. The phone is equipped with 3.5-millimeter headset jack and accompanied by a wired stereo headset to enjoy digital music in it. Also supports the wireless headset via Bluetooth.

To increase storage capacity (96 megabytes internal capacity, larger than its predecessor of 64 megabytes), microSD memory card slot is available, although its position under the battery so that the user must turn off the handset and remove the battery to install the card. What a hassle.

Like its predecessor, the Curve 8330 has a full HTML browser that works with mobile versions of sites as well as full HTML version. He also supports JavaScript, Cookies, and Cache. We can navigate a web page with the cursor, including enlarge or shrink the page.

E-mail, as one of the main BlackBerry service, supported well by this handset. Curve 8330 can serve the push e-mail, integration with corporate e-mail. Setting up and managing e-mail can easily be done, including to send and receive e-mails quickly. BlackBerry Curve 8330 also supports short messages (SMS), multimedia messaging (MMS) and instant messages, including contacts, calendar, notes, tasks, password guard, calculators, and games like BrickBreaker. This phone can synchronize with a computer when needed, including with iCal and address book applications on Mac OS X. In addition to GPS, this phone supports A-GPS to navigate with the help of cellular signals. RIM BlackBerry Maps provides in it, but without voice guide.

BlackBerry Curve uses Qualcomm's MSM6550 chipset, which works at 225 MHz, a chipset of the ARM9 family. One of the dilemmas in chipsets made by Qualcomm is already built-in GPS but the process is much slower speed.

Like its predecessor, the Curve 8330 has a 2 megapixel camera with digital zoom, LED flash, and mirror to take self. The difference is that in 8330 the camera can record video.

Finally, talking about battery power, RIM reportedly has increased. This type of battery is 1150 mAh Lithium Ion battery that has a longer talk time, but the standby time is shorter. 4.3 hours talking time and 11 days standby time.

For light usage, such as phone calls, check e-mail, and playing music, the battery capacity is strong enough. However, when using the GPS feature in the long term, watch videos, including e-mail, and telephone, the batteries must be completed each day.

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