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T-Mobile's BlackBerry Curve 8900 Is Even Hotter in Person

T-Mobile's BlackBerry Curve 8900 Is Even Hotter in Person

I love my Curve, just like every celeb in Hollywood. And thankfully I didn't make the switch to a Bold (like my sister) because I can now upgrade to the new Curve — the 8900. Basically take the BlackBerry Storm's sleekness, the Bold's UI, and the Curve's reliability, and you've got yourself the new and improved Curve 8900. The Curve 8900 is noticeably thinner than the 8300, with RIM stating that it's actually the lightest and thinnest full-QWERTY BlackBerry Smartphone to date. It's got that nice smooth rubbery feel on the back, and with the new Atomic trackball, you'll notice it's a bit more sturdier than the one you'd find on a Pearl or older Curve models.


Other brilliant features include the 3.2-megapixel camera, the built in video camera, and the striking 480x360 pixel screen that shows off crisp images and bright colors. The backlit QWERTY keys take a bit of getting used to if you're used to the 8300, but all in all, not a huge adjustment to make. Overall, if you're a Curve user and a Curve fan in general, you'll fall madly in love with the 8900. Keep in mind this bad boy doesn't come with 3G.

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