Research In Motion today introduced the BlackBerry Curve (8300) smartphone.
The device comes with 2 megapixel camera, enhanced media player and high-performance browser.
Size: 4.2"" x 2.4"" x 0.6"" weight approximately 3.9 oz. Display: 320Ã—240
Roxio Media Manager for BlackBerry, is included. It was developed with Sonic and based on the award-winning Roxio Easy Media Creator 9,. Roxio allows users to easily search for media files on their computer, view and organize them, create MP3 music files from CDs, add audio tags, create playlists and automatically copy or convert pictures, music and videos for optimal playback on the BlackBerry Curve.
The media manager also includes Roxio Photosuite 9 LE, a picture editor and photo album creation tool. he media player on the BlackBerry Curve has been refined, allowing users to search for music by simply typing the title, genre, artist or album name. Videos can also be played in full screen mode.
The BlackBerry Curve offers many convenient phone features including Speaker Independent Voice Recognition (SIVR) for Voice Activated Dialing (VAD), Bluetooth® 2.0 support for hands-free use with headsets, car kits and Bluetooth peripherals, quad-band operation for global roaming(2), dedicated "send", "end", and "mute" keys, smart dialing, speed dialing, conference calling, call forwarding, noise cancellation technology to offset background noise, a low-distortion
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