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    REVIEW: BlackBerry Curve 8330 from Bell Mobility

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    The BlackBerry Curve, in all of its different incarnations, has been available to GSM providers for quite a while now and it is only recently that Research in Motion decided to plunk a CDMA radio into the thing. Bell Mobility, one of Canada's two biggest CDMA service providers, has snatched up the BlackBerry Curve 8330 and the smartphone has quickly become the most popular CrackBerry in Frank and Gordon's collection. The CDMA version may be a little late to the party, but it still appears to be a very solid handheld.

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    CDMA is ALWAYS late... :/

    Thanks Hayden!
    it's always greener with the other carrier...

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    Nice review. Wish it talked about memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jbee View Post
    Nice review. Wish it talked about memory.
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    We already know about the memory.....all CDMA versions getting the upgraded 96MB......
    Yes, I've been diagnosed with Phantom Vibration Disorder.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by untjoker View Post
    We already know about the memory.....all CDMA versions getting the upgraded 96MB......
    Aware of 96mb, but how it actually handled in "real-time" and how much when "working". (prgms., real-time use, etc., )

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