RIM BlackBerry Curve 3G for T-Mobile Review

Call it a long time coming or something, but we're finally seeing a T-Mobile branded RIM BlackBerry Curve smartphone that's sporting the good old 3G flare – something that's already giving way to 4G networks. Nevertheless, the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 is here with some ...
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6 Comments

1. kinnonyee unregistered

Looks like our Curve 9300 up here in Canada. One thing you should definitely note is that the trackpad seems to have been tightened up a lot more on this model and feels like the Bold's trackpad. Definitely not the same as the 8520's

2. lookitdisguy

Posts: 32; Member since: Dec 09, 2009

It looks like 97% of RIM phones out there..... Change your design already RIM.... That would be like Motorola still coming out with phones that look exactly like the RAZR just because it was a popular design...

3. Joshing4fun

Posts: 1246; Member since: Aug 13, 2010

I agree. Who wants to buy a new phone that looks and feels and does the same thing as their old one? Why not just keep your old phone then? Apple doesn't change their products that much but they don't need to because what they make is already top notch and does nearly everything amazingly. And Android is rapidly growing and getting better and better everyday. RIM has a grim future.

4. pingpong

Posts: 145; Member since: Mar 28, 2010

I noticed there is very little different from the 9300 and the 9700 other than the camera and button placements. Why come out with such a recycled design? Give us something new RIM!

5. heyhey unregistered

Ever heard of the saying, "if it ain't broke don't fix it"?

6. barrry unregistered

OS6 has leaked for this, supposedly runs pretty well too. A good decent phone that can be found on the cheap.
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