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Briefly: BlackBerry Curve 8330 review

updated 04:45 pm EDT, Mon May 19, 2008

BBerry Curve 8330 Review

The Curve 8330 essentially paints the complete picture for the BlackBerry -- it's the last of RIM's current lineup to cross over to CDMA networks. It's also the first Curve to offer 3G networking and so promises to make a big splash among users wanting "real" Internet access and messaging in a small and relatively inexpensive smartphone. That it fills an important gap is undoubtable; the real question is whether it can appeal to more than its usual crowd and compete against both other messaging phones and a new wave of high-end feature phones. Click through for our full review of the phone available with Sprint, Telus, and Verizon.



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