There are a lot of smartphones and tablets being released almost every week and we often overlook the ones with the not-so-massive-to-write-home-about specifications.
Well, it looks like a lot of people have not heard about BlackBerry’s latest device named the BlackBerry Curve 9220.
The phone does not support a lot of features that we see in most of the phones today – we mean those like 3G and a touch-screen display. It just offers minimal features.
The BlackBerry Curve 9220 is a BlackBerry OS 7.1 powered device that boasts a 2 megapixel camera and provides 5x digital zoom. The phone comes with a 512 internal memory and you can increase its space by adding a microSD card. A 512 MB RAM has been provided.
A LCD screen of 2.44 inches at 240 x 320 pixels is one that catches our eye. The QWERTY keyboard it offers helps you to chat with no hassles whatsoever.
You can plug in your speakers in its 3.5mm audio jack. It has a maximum stand-by time of 432 hours with the Li-ion 1450 mAh battery it includes.
Unlike the BlackBerry Bold 9900 and the Tour that provide excellent keyboards, the Blackberry Curve 9220 provides standalone keys without frets and since the phone is small, you can’t type as smooth as you do in the BlackBerry 9900.
The reason for the low specifications is related to the price of the phone. So how much does it cost? You can get yours for around $210. Boy, for that price, it is a pretty sweet phone. Don’t you think so?