BlackBerry Curve 9300 Now Yours to Pick; Head for Rogers

August 5, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The new Blackberry Curve 9300 may not have yet arrived in a store near you, but it has been spotted on Canadian wireless carrier Rogers’ website for you to pick. The device, already a head turner, sports looks similar in design with the older Curve 8900. The model could better be seen as a replacement for the 8500 series.  The 9300 comes with the promise of the reliable email and messaging experience, and guarantees a greater multimedia experience as well.

The Curve 9300  is being offered for $79.99 along with a three-year agreement or $399.99 free of contract. The handset boasts of a 3-megapixel camera, dual-band UMTS/HSPA, a 2.8-inch QVGA display but not, despite what Rogers’ spec sheet reckons, and Android 2.1 Operating System.

Play your favorite video or listen to your special song with the multimedia player. With the Curve 3G you will be able to browse the internet, stream videos and download content quickly and easily at greater speed. Surf the web with the built-in Wi-Fi, and with a faster processor you can stay connected with your family and colleagues no matter where ever you are. Even if you have a hectic schedule, stay in touch with your online communities, upload pictures on to Facebook or write about your day in your blog.

Better still, with its GPS feature, you can find the location and directions to the places you want to visit even if its half way across the globe. The QWERTY keyboard lets you type messages quickly and easily without tapping a button several times to get the letter. Go for it here.

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