BlackBerry phones 'the simple, multi-functional choice'
20 May 2009 — 11:09 AM
A spokesman for Research In Motion, the company behind BlackBerry, has said its devices offer the latest in communication, design and multimedia technology.
Mark Guibert, vice-president of corporate marketing for the group, made his comments following the announcement that the BlackBerry Curve 8900 would be launched in Malawi through a partnership with Zain and Emitac Mobile Solutions.
He explained the company's range was "the right choice for people seeking stylish smartphones with advanced, easy-to-use features that can help them stay connected, productive and entertained while they are on the move".
Those looking to recycle mobile phones to help pay for a BlackBerry Curve 8900 may be interested to hear some of the specifications of the device.
Available on the latest contracts from networks including T Mobile and Orange, the phone boasts a 2.4-inch screen, microSD support for up to 16 GB, as well as GPRS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth v2.0 connectivity.
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