Thursday, May 8, 2008

BlackBerry 8320 Curve Titanium myFaves Phone (T-Mobile)

The T-Mobile BlackBerry 8320 is good, especially WiFi easy wind automatic connections. Its non-must strive to establish wifi and the system recognizes the desirability of moving on Wifi almost automatically Wherever I go. The web browser to find links to Internet time - unlike my old Treo. The screen is bright and beautiful and very functional keyboard.

Three things must still be some work, however, before it is 5 stars.

1. You can not download favorites, it seems, directly from the IE browser, a fact which is a real pain. A simple, but frustrating.

2. Although this phone has evolved into multimedia, I still can not get video or audio to play with the usual standard formats of Internet sites, such as those for radio or YouTube. There is no RealAudio, QuickTime or equivalent app which can be downloaded for blackberries and media player system that is included with the phone seems very limited.

3. Finally, memory allows little space for multimedia so you also need to buy a memory card for all music etc.

Apart from these points is a good phone.


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