BlackBerry Curve 8320 Cell Phone
Price Range:$15.00 to $999.99
Being similar to the 8300 model, this New (Other) Condition Silver BlackBerry 8320 Curve for T-Mobile adds Wi-Fi with UMA. Use it with T-Mobile s HotSport@Home service to make calls via Wi-Fi.
Product Review Summary
21 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jul 9, 2008
The Windows Mobile killer!
Pros: Battery life, crisp screen, stability of BlackBerry OS
It's the Windows Mobile killer! Doesn't get any better than this folks. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 23, 2007
Pros: Excellent feature set, customizable, VOIP
Cons: A little larger than regular phones
Excellent Smartphone. VOIP works great & sames minutes. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 26, 2007
Blackberry Curve 8320 from T-Mobile - Let the addiction begin!
Pros: Very easy keyboard and one-handed typing, fun + PDA features, good user interface and size
Cons: Have to send voice notes as MMS. No option to save them. No video recording
If you're a T-mobile customer and have been needing full featured PDA features without wanting to give up fun phone features checkout the Curve 8320. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 3, 2008
One Sweet Berry.
Pros: amazing smartphone, lots of features, excellent display
Cons: low memory, 3 color options
If you're looking for a smartphone, this one is it. Maps, good browser, email-- it has it all. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 8, 2008
The great assistant : RIM Blackberry 8320 Curve
Offering the best functionality and comfort in mobility
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Oct 31, 2009
Blackberry Curve 8320 - Good gift for your non techy friends
Pros: Wi-fi use, real keyboard, good app selection, intuitive OS
Cons: No GPS, small screen, some stability issues
I would recommend the phone for someone who wants a phone that is good for calls, texting and email but is not looking for more advanced features.
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Nov 23, 2008
Pretty Close to Perfect
Pros: Long battery life, crisp screen, very good email service, awesome speakerphone
Cons: Lousy web browser, slow internet connectivity, broken chat client.
The phone has basically two flaws but is otherwise a VERY worthwhile purchase. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 3, 2008
Pretty Good Smartphone, though needs some added perks
Pros: size and sleak look, easy to use qwerty keyboard, wifi ability
Cons: can't record videos, no 3g support, extra charge for web browsing and email client.
Overall this Smartphone is sleak, with a nice wide screen and easy to use qwerty keyboard. Call quality varies, slightly higher incidence of dropped calls and bad reception. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 8, 2008
Nice Blackberry, OK phone, not great Hotspot@Home
Pros: Nice Crackberry works well for email and OK for phone.
Cons: You still have to deal with a cell phone company and sign your life away. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 30, 2009
Blackberry Curve 8320 is okay, but here's why I decided against it
Pros: An all-in-one device in a small package with good call quality
Cons: Trackball sucks, Keyboard too bright, Headset is a piece of junk
The Blackberry Curve 8320 is a handy mobile device, but there are better models out there. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 2, 2011
Pretty & cool, but hardly "addicting"
Pros: It's a neat toy
Cons: Overall flakiness
Can't recommend this phone due to its flakiness. Read More at Epinions.com