This RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 adds GPS capabilities towards already impressive and sleek messaging smart dataphone. You also get a 2-megapixel video camera, Bluetooth, and good call quality. This Curve 8310 doesn't offer Wi-Fi or maybe 3G support. The Web browser is just not the sleekest, and the camera is deficient in video-recording capabilities. Also, unlike the T-Mobile type, you get only the proprietary Bb Messenger IM client. Still offering a good design and excellent messaging capabilities, the addition of GPS makes the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 a doubly attractive choice for road warriors.
The government financial aid May, we fell in love while using the original RIM BlackBerry Curve, but a recent refresh of this smartphone has our hearts pitter pattering from the start. The RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 keeps identical sleek design and robust messaging functionality of its predecessor, but then gives GPS capabilities. The ability to use your smartphone to be a navigation device is particularly useful intended for mobile professionals who are constantly on your way, running to meetings or traveling intended for business trips.
And we found it for being quite the capable navigator during our road tests when using the TeleNav GPS Navigator service. The tradeoff is that with the GPS, you give up integrated Wi-Fi, that's what T-Mobile opted for in this RIM BlackBerry Curve 8320 (most of us know--we want both, too) and there is absolutely no 3G support yet. For this examine, we chose to concentrate on the features and performance on the device; for more details on this phone's design, please check our article on the original Curve. The RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 can be found now from AT&T for $199. 99 that has a two-year contract and after rebates, with either red or titanium.