New BlackBerry offers 'style and functionality'
8 January 2009 — 4:54 PM
Research In Motion (RIM) has highlighted some of the things that make its latest BlackBerry Curve "stunning".
In news which may interest those looking to trade in their used mobile phones, in exchange for the latest contracts, the company claims the new Curve 8900 is a handset that combines high-performance with smart design.
It was announced this week that consumers in the US would now be able to get the phone through the T Mobile network and RIM took the opportunity to comment on the Curve 8900's features.
Mark Guibert, vice-president of corporate marketing for RIM, said: "The new BlackBerry Curve 8900 features a compact and refined design that looks and feels great. It gives you everything you need to stay connected and entertained."
He went on to say that the phone would provide easy access to a number of popular social networking websites like Facebook, MySpace and Flickr.
Other RIM handsets in the BlackBerry range include the Storm - which is available exclusively on the Vodafone network in the UK.
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