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    I believe the GSM version has Wi-Fi but not the CDMA version doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG CHIEF View Post
    The Curve Does Have Wifi ! Why Do So Many Comments And Bulletins Say It Doesnt Or I Wish It Had It!
    I Just Bought My Curve Last Month And Ithe The Best Phone I Ever Had. Ive Had Teh Wing,sidekick3.lx And Noting Beats My Curve!
    Even Better Than My Brothers Iphone!
    You're partially correct. The curve 8820 does indeed have WiFi, however, none of the other curves do.

    RIM has created their product numbers to easily disseminate between different key features, for example:

    83xx Signifies the "Curve" Family of devices; all devices in this family have two key features: Full QWERTY Keyboard, as well as a camera. RIM's high-end consumer phone. Within this family we have 4 models:

    8300: The original curve. Pretty basic, QWERTY, camera, thats about it.
    8310: GPS Curve. All the features of the 8300, plus GPS.
    8320: WiFi Curve. All the features of the 8300, but swaps GPS for WiFi.
    8830: CDMA Curve: Any BlackBerry device ending in "xx30" is a CDMA device, for use on Verizon, Sprint, Bell, etc. (on older models, this was xx03, e.g.: 8703e)

    The same can be applied to the "Pearl" family; 8100, 8110, 8120 (not yet released I don't think.), and finally, the 8130, for Sprint/Verizon. It also holds true for the top-of-the-line business model, the 88xx series.

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    The 8120 is out. I have one.


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    Something else to note is the fast USB transfer speeds of the Curve, like the Pearl 2's. Far far faster than 99% of other phones in the market.
    Curve read/write both ~16MBps.

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    you know i was actually just thinking about this the other day when i was doing a backup. good to know though
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    now that I've joined. How do I get started in downloading the latest themes to my Blackberry Curve?

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    disregard. Someone already answered this.
    Last edited by gvanhattem; 06-13-2008 at 07:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsmall88 View Post
    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~so. Not really a new phone, just a new OS. Sounds like the 8310 will be the same in a few months.
    wrong, the 8310 still only has 64MB of memory and is a GSM device, the 8330 is a CDMA device and has 96MB of memory
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhyde79 View Post
    wrong, the 8310 still only has 64MB of memory and is a GSM device, the 8330 is a CDMA device and has 96MB of memory
    Also, the 8330 is a 3G device whereas the 8310 is not, which a new o/s cannot change.

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    I saw that it can take up to 4GB microSD, can it use Micro SDHC?
    Thanks

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    I'm waiting on my new 8330 Curve now. I tried the Storm, could type more than a few words without wanting to throw it. I love the full keypad, so can't wait! Should be within the hour! Unless this snow screws it up, I hope not FEDEX!!
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    This may be a dumb question; what does CDMA stand for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bkw13 View Post
    Also, the 8330 is a 3G device whereas the 8310 is not, which a new o/s cannot change.
    Yeah but the only one that is 3G is the Sprint 8330. Verizon Curve is not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeyinpa View Post
    This may be a dumb question; what does CDMA stand for?
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    Code Division Multiple Access, a generic term denoting a wireless interface based on code division multiple access technology.

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