BlackBerry Curve 8520 Review
The new BlackBerry mobile device called 8520 Curve and alternatively Gemini, was to launched at the end of July. We had a chance to try this phone out yesterday and we give bring you a short review about out experiences.
The 8520 is mainly characterized by its updated design that looks a lot better than many previous devices by RIM.
This unit has everything a typical BlackBerry in it, except that the distinctive trackball for navigation has been replaced by a trackpad.
The BlackBerry 8520 Curve is all you need to arrange your daily communication.
There is a full keyboard that lets you quickly messages and emails to send, but of course will also push email so you can present real-time are aware of any new e-mail you receive. The WiFi support office and home will always have a fast connection, you go do with the GPRS support the BlackBerry 8520 Curve.
Show the world your fun side, use the built-in 2 megapixel camera, good print quality photos taken with the BlackBerry 8520 Curve. Built in the media keys let you start your music in an instant. A built-in speaker your music with others, or our built-in 3.5 mm headphone jack .
Connect online with Wi-Fi, so you can access the Internet in an instant. Shop on-line, watch a video, you want the BlackBerry Curve 8520 is ready.
- 300 minutes talk time / 408 hours standby
- * 106 grams
- * 2 megapixel camera
- * MP3 Player
- * 256 MB internal
- * Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)
- * 3rd quarter 2009
The package includes:
– BlackBerry 8520 Curve
– Battery (CS-2)
– Data cable
– Pocket Case
– Mains charger
– Software CD