RIM says the Curve 8900 is 'refined and impressive'
10 February 2009 — 4:00 PM
The latest phones from Research In Motion (RIM) have a number of things that make them tempting, it has been suggested.
A spokesman for the company said the BlackBerry Curve 8900 has plenty of features and design qualities that could be of interest to any number of consumers.
Mark Guibert, vice-president of corporate marketing for the firm, drew particular attention to the device's portability and slim-line body, adding that its technical specifications were all you would expect from a RIM phone.
"The new BlackBerry Curve 8900 features a compact and refined design with an impressive looks and feel. It gives you everything you need to stay connected and entertained," he added.
Mr Guibert's comments came following the launch of the phone on the LIME network in the Caribbean.
The device features a 3.2-megapixel camera, integrated Wi-Fi, a 512MHz processor and 3.5mm stereo headset jack - which could tempt those currently recycling mobile phones.
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