Differences Between The Blackberry Curve Range

Published: 07th May 2010
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RIM (Research In Motion) changed the way that companies do business with the introduction of the Blackberry. Not a company that sink into the background, RIM are ever tweaking and improving their Blackberry range.

Blackberry have a number of ranges of business mobiles, the key lines are Blackberry Bolds, Blackberry Curves and Blackberry Pearls. The main differences between the ranges are the type of user that each business Blackberry handset is designed for.

The Blackberry Bold handsets are the largest of the Blackberry family and pride themselves on being an all signing, all dancing business handset. Blackberry Curve handsets are the Bolds little brother, smaller than the bold yet packed with tons of features. Finally the Blackberry Pearl is the baby of the blackberry clan, the smallest Blackberry that is aimed at the more infrequent business user or those that prefer a smaller and lighter handset.

Currently within the Blackberry Curve line up there are the 8310, 8320, 8520 and the 8900. The main differences between the four blackberry handsets are their features. The Blackberry curve 8310 and 8320 are nearly identical in appearance however the 8310 has built in GPS but no Wi-Fi capabilities but the 8320 has built in Wi-Fi by no GPS capabilities.

The Blackberry Curve 8900 is one of the newest Blackberry handsets to hit the market and combines popular features such as Wi-Fi, GPS, email and internet capabilities with a 3 megapixel camera.

The Blackberry Curve 8520 is a cheaper entry level business handset with a larger screen than its ancestors but at a much lower resolution. The Curve 8520 sees the introduction of Blackberry's first trackpad which replaces its famous trackball as the handsets navigation tool. The Curve 8250 is a cheaper and less equipped handset compared to the other Curves however for the occasional business user it certainly packs a punch.

When it comes to the Blackberry Curve range RIM have expressed their aesthetic prowess with the sleek design continuing throughout the line up. The 8900 has undoubtedly the most features in the range and If you are a hardcore business user that wants a reliable yet reasonably compact business handset then this is the handset for you.

Check out the latest Blackberry handsets including the Blackberry Curves at Business Mobiles or contact a business mobiles specialist for more information.

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