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    3 questions from a future owner.

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    I am soon (tomorrow) to be a bb curve owner with verizon.

    I have 2 questions about the phone. and media capabilities.

    1) Can i load apps or games on to the SD card. I understand that the phone has internal memory of 98mb but that does not seem enough for me.

    2) Does the media player play h.264 video formats?

    3) Is this phone bluetooth capable? I'm getting a Jabra bt3030 (the dogtag) and i would like to use it for music.

    Thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demonheadx View Post
    I am soon (tomorrow) to be a bb curve owner with verizon.

    I have 2 questions about the phone. and media capabilities.

    1) Can i load apps or games on to the SD card. I understand that the phone has internal memory of 98mb but that does not seem enough for me.

    2) Does the media player play h.264 video formats?

    3) Is this phone bluetooth capable? I'm getting a Jabra bt3030 (the dogtag) and i would like to use it for music.

    Thanks for the info.

    1) no but the memory is plenty for apps (java apps are small)
    2) not directly but cam accomplish this with orb workaround (search and you'll find)
    3) Yes

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    Well how big is eoffice?

    I am going to want that app and an app that lets me IM to most messengers

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    The internal memory is good enough. I have a whole whack of apps installed and have no memory issues. Big step up from my 8130.
    I think it does play h264 but I think its only simple profile. I have a few episodes of some tv shows in that format if I'm not mistaken.
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