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BlackBerry Curve 8310 - Black (Unlocked) Smartphone

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Powered with Intel XScale PXA272 312 MHz processor, the BlackBerry Curve 8310 cell phone offers an efficient and speedy application performance. The 2.5-inch display screen of this BlackBerry smartphone provides a clear and refined view of all the contents and applications. The 2-megapixel camera of this BlackBerry cell phone allows you to capture detailed pictures. The BlackBerry Curve 8310 cell phone has a Li-ion 1100 mAh battery, offering a talk time of up to 4 hours. The microSD card slot of this BlackBerry smartphone offers enormous space to store your media files. Get an easy way to share your data and hands freely interact on phone, thanks to the Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP of this BlackBerry cell phone.

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Product Identifiers
BrandBlackBerry
MPN CURVE8310BLK
CarrierUnlocked
Family LineBlackBerry Curve
Model8310
UPC843163040076
TypeSmartphone

Key Features
Storage Capacity64 MB
ColorBlack
Network TechnologyGSM/GPRS/EDGE
BandGSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
StyleBar
Camera2.0 MP

Memory
Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD

Battery
Battery TypeLithium Ion
Battery Capacity1100 mAh
Battery Talk TimeUp to 240 min
Battery Standby TimeUp to 408 hr

Display
Display TechnologyLCD display
Diagonal Screen Size2.5 in.
Display Resolution320 x 240 pixels
Color Depth16-bit (65000 colors)

Other Features
Touch ScreenNo
BluetoothYes
Digital CameraYes
GPSYes
QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
Email AccessYes
Internet BrowserYes
SpeakerphoneYes

Dimensions
Height4.2 in.
Depth0.61 in.
Width2.4 in.
Weight3.9 oz

Miscellaneous
Antenna TypeInternal

eBay Product ID: EPID102933031

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Average review score based on 1,311 user reviews

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Created: 01/27/10

Blackberry 8310 unlocked T-mobile

I love this model. It is similar to the 8800, but is slightly smaller and includes GPS and a 3mb camera. This device does everything you could possibly want a phone to do including surf the web, listen to music, and store photographs.
I guess there are more modern blackberrys available but I doubt the fundamental functions have changed. As a matter of fact I know they haven't! Touchscreens are OK, but nothing beats tactile buttons for text messaging and this phone has that plus much more covered. battery life is great with about one week between charging, but I do turn my phone off at night. All in all, a good phone with excellent reception at a great price if you search carefully for a gently used one. Of course, it is also worth mentioning the fact that an unlocked phone can be used by more than one provider and can be easily traded up for another phone when the time comes.

22 of 22 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

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Created: 12/10/11

Blackberry 8310 unlocked T-mobile

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

I love this model. It is similar to the 8800, but is slightly smaller and includes GPS and a 3mb camera. This device does everything you could possibly want a phone to do including surf the web, listen to music, and store photographs.
I guess there are more modern blackberrys available but I doubt the fundamental functions have changed. As a matter of fact I know they haven't! Touchscreens are OK, but nothing beats tactile buttons for text messaging and this phone has that plus much more covered. battery life is great with about one week between charging, but I do turn my phone off at night. All in all, a good phone with excellent reception at a great price if you search carefully for a gently used one. Of course, it is also worth mentioning the fact that an unlocked phone can be used by more than one provider and can be easily traded up for another phone when the time comes.

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Created: 03/05/11

Blackberry 8310 used but excellent conditions

The original BlackBerry Curve was a huge success, and RIM decided to play the Curve game again and build in GPS with the Curve 8310. Does it offer enough "bang" to upgrade? Find out after the jump.
The Curve 8310 still has the same 2.4 inch screen, the same killer keyboard, the same 2 megapixel camera, and the same thin and light form factor we've come to love. The major difference is that the 8310 has GPS functionality built-in provided by TeleNav and the Curve now comes in two colors, titanium and red. The $9.99 per month service allows you to get full GPS coverage with a standalone GPS, but brings it into the smartphone realm so you don't have to lug around two devices.

The 8310 still is a great phone, the call quality is excellent and the speakerphone is very loud. It's 2 megapixel camera is still the not the best, producing somewhat soft images both indoors and out. The media player is pretty basic, but it probably isn't the main use of such a business-oriented phone. We're still kind of wondering why the MicroSD card slot is still behind the battery though, but we're happy they stuck with the 3.5 mm headset jack (why get rid of it?).

Web surfing isn't the best experience, and doesn't offer the same formatting you would receive on say, an iPhone or your notebook computer.

We used the TeleNav GPS Navigator in the Sacramento area and it worked great. Some nice features were the ability to use the GPS in pedestrian mode, since it's much more portable than a regular GPS mode. We also liked that it asked for what route style we wanted: fastest, traffic optimized, shortest, prefer streets, prefer highway, or pedestrian.

One feature we would have liked on the 8310 is 3G support for high-speed data connectivity, are we still living in an EDGE world? Overall, the BlackBerry Curve line of devices still impresses us, from the unprecedented email capabilities, to the sleek design. If you don't need GPS however, stick with your current Curve 8300 until a larger upgrade becomes available. The BlackBerry Curve 8310 is available today from AT&T for $149 with a 2-year contract.

Pros

* Sleek and light design.
* Built-in GPS capability.
* Loud speakerphone, decent call quality.

Cons

* Still no 3G support.
* MicroSD slot still behind the battery.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

Created: 10/15/09

Great phone, yet far from being a leader

The original BlackBerry Curve was a huge success, and RIM decided to play the Curve game again and build in GPS
with the Curve 8310. Does it offer enough "bang" to upgrade? Find out after the jump.

The Curve 8310 still has the same 2.4 inch screen, the same killer keyboard, the same 2 megapixel camera, and the same thin and light form factor we've come to love. The major difference is that the 8310 has GPS functionality built-in provided by TeleNav and the Curve now comes in two colors, titanium and red. The $9.99 per month service allows you to get full GPS coverage with a standalone GPS, but brings it into the smartphone realm so you don't have to lug around two devices.

The 8310 still is a great phone, the call quality is excellent and the speakerphone is very loud. It's 2 megapixel camera is still the not the best, producing somewhat soft images both indoors and out. The media player is pretty basic, but it probably isn't the main use of such a business-oriented phone. We're still kind of wondering why the MicroSD card slot is still behind the battery though, but we're happy they stuck with the 3.5 mm headset jack (why get rid of it?).

Web surfing isn't the best experience, and doesn't offer the same formatting you would receive on say, an iPhone or your notebook computer.

Using the TeleNav GPS Navigator in the Sacramento area and it worked great. Some nice features were the ability to use the GPS in pedestrian mode, since it's much more portable than a regular GPS mode. We also liked that it asked for what route style we wanted: fastest, traffic optimized, shortest, prefer streets, prefer highway, or pedestrian.

One feature we would have liked on the 8310 is 3G support for high-speed data connectivity, are we still living in an EDGE world? Overall, the BlackBerry Curve line of devices still impresses us, from the unprecedented email capabilities, to the sleek design. If you don't need GPS however, stick with your current Curve 8300 until a larger upgrade becomes available. The BlackBerry Curve 8310 is available today from AT&T for $149 with a 2-year contract.

Pros
* Sleek and light design.
* Built-in GPS capability.
* Loud speakerphone, decent call quality.

Cons
* Still no 3G support.
* MicroSD slot still behind the battery.

52 of 58 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

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