Blackberry 8310 is a lesser spotted feature phone in the Blackberry curve range. Its actually not that different from the popular 8520 model but I'm guessing the 8310 may have been mainly confined to the province of corporates, issued as a business phone.Whereas the 8520 found widespread use and appeal in the consumer market.I was looking for a pretty basic plan, nothing too fancy. It’s only been a couple days but I am pretty pleased so far and would recommend my local Verizon store over the local AT&T store.I am a little bit of a gadget junkie so a cool phone was mildly important. Maybe they vary from city to city but the customer service and tech support at the store I visited was far superior to anything I have received from AT&T. Leave a comment below or submit a more thorough review to [email protected]!
These include push email- receive your emails as they arrive and I read them in your Blackberry email messages. So open any email attachments (Word, Excel etc) Windows - but not as we know it - open multiple applications with Blackberrys Switch application feature Powerful cut and paste allows content to be easily copied off the web into the phone.
This phone also featured upgraded memory as well and GPS.
It only served the 800/1900 MHz range for CDMA2000 and 1x EV-DO.
To use the web you need to remove the IT policy and / or move the phone off the BES to the BIS It is possible to do this yourself with the help of some You Tube tips.
The Curve brand continued the "consumer-oriented" philosophy of the Black Berry Pearl and 8800 series, including multimedia features and a built-in camera.