BlackBerry Curve 8520 Review

Blackberry Curve 8520 Gemini

The new BlackBerry mobile device called 8520 Curve and alternatively Gemini, was to launched at the end of July. We had chance to try this phone out yesterday and we give bring you short review about out experiences.

The 8520 is mainly characterized by its updated design that looks lot better than many previous devices by RIM.

This unit has everything typical BlackBerry in it, except that the distinctive trackball for navigation has been replaced by trackpad.

The BlackBerry 8520 Curve is all you need to arrange your daily communication.

There is 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 fast connection, you go do with the GPRS support the BlackBerry 8520 Curve.

BlackBerry 8520 Gemini


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 video, you want the BlackBerry Curve 8520 is ready.

Main features

  • 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

I hope you liked our review on the new BlackBerry 8520 Curve.
You can buy Blackberry Curve 8520 from your closest cell phone shop.

7 thoughts on “BlackBerry Curve 8520 Review”

  1. My company forced us off iPhones and into this POS.
    I hate it. No touch screen, tiny little keys, the stupid proprietary Blackberry email server, and the uber-crappy browser, no GPS, and slow, slow, slow response on everything.

    Why in the world do people like these things?

    I’m going to “accidentally” drop it and run over it with my car, I think.

  2. Review of T-Mobile’s Blackberry Curve 8520 with optical track pad controller

    RIM`S Blackberry Curve 8520 is the QWERTY messaging smart phone .Its asset are that it has easy to use MP3 , the screen and is light weight also .
    Since messaging has taken such an important role in using a cell phone this instrument has a keyboard which helps you to type faster and without much stress on your fingers.
    The replacement from trackball to optical track pad gives it more cliché and sleek look.
    The rubber coating helps to navigate through the keys very smoothly and ensure a better grip. The only hitch here is that since its keys are small it becomes difficult to dial. Towards its right side there are 3bump buttons under the rubber rim and two at the top for volume and in the middle for activating the camera .Hiding behind the battery cover is the 32GB card though it also has a 1 GB card preinstalled. It has a responsive and easier to use track pad.

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