Updating blackberry 8320
Editor's note: This review has been updated to include the results of our battery drain testing.
Back in May, we fell in love with the original RIM Black Berry Curve, but a recent refresh of the smartphone has our hearts pitter pattering all over again.
It delivers decent photographs but it lacks a video recorder.
Because the Curve 8320 doesn’t have GPS, geo-tagging is not an option.
Spacing between keys makes them easy to use and the backlighting is helpful under low light conditions.
Back lighting adjusts automatically with ambient lighting conditions as does the display screen.
You can find out more about the add-on service in our full review of Tele Nav, and be aware that the service costs .99 per month for unlimited trips or .99 for up to 10 trips.Beyond the attributes of Curves generally, the 8320 adds built-in Wi-Fi connectivity that can be used both for high speed data transfer and for making voice calls.Standout Features Features First and foremost, the Curve 8320 is a communication powerhouse.Still pictures and video playback are displayed well on the 2.5-inch, 320x240 resolution screen.Images look good except when compared to the top rated i Phone 3G or Black Berry Bold.