- Bonnie Cha , CNET
Despite some spotty call quality, the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8330 for Sprint is a great messaging device with the bonus of EV-DO and integrated GPS.
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A great messaging device with more features than the Verizon model does
General performance on the Curve 8330 was good. There were a few instances where we watched the hourglass do a few rotations (mostly when trying to use the multimedia functions), but other than that, the Curve was quite responsive. Web browsing was pleasant thanks to EV-DO; however, accessing some of the Sprint TV and Sprint Music Store content took a bit of time. As for multimedia performance, it was a bit mixed. Music playback through the phone's speakers sounded a bit hollow, and the sound tends to get blown out when you have the volume set at high. However, we don't suspect a lot of peo... Full review
Discover new things about it everyday
The anticipation of a new device in your hands is always something that makes you a little crazy. The act of opening boxes, peeling off cling plastic covers and tossing aside instruction manuals gets my blood pumping. Ever since I took this device out of its box I have been discovering new things about it everyday. I have really come to appreciate the little things like pressing the first letter of a menu item highlights it and a space key that will enter a “.” or “@” depending on what you are inputting, and the almost psychic adjustment of screen brightness de... Full review
piece of s*@!
BB Curve 8330
I Love my BB curve
Not Good, AWESOME!
Love my curve!
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