Thursday, September 4, 2008

BlackBerry >> 8830

Network :- GSM900 GSM1800 CDMA800 CDMA1900
Size :- 114x66x14
Case Type:- Bar
Weight :- 132gm
Resolution:- 320x240 Pixels

Finally, the people at BlackBerry have come up with a CDMA version in their popular smartphone range that allows users to trek across the world without worrying that (s)he might lose connection somewhere along the way. How has this been affected? The BlackBerry 8830 uses the GSM and GPRS networks which ensure that you can make the most of global roaming without a worry in your head. So you no longer need to think about changing your BlackBerry 8830 phone number while you are traveling abroad.

If you go in for the BlackBerry8830 World Edition, you will be able to connect to all the things and people that matter with as much ease as if you were seated at your work station in office. The email client on your BlackBerry 8830 will allow you to not only check your email but also to send out replies and forwards in addition to being able to view popular file formats that arrive as attachments. If you thought that a Cell Phones could only send out text and multimedia messages, think again.

The BlackBerry 8830 actually allows you to ping your messenger contacts through the IM option that lets you access Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, and other popular applications. The QWERTY keyboard also adds to your experience by making the task of typing out messages and emails significantly easier. The BlackBerry 8830 Phone is work phone at heart but it also lets you get some downtime in by listening to music or viewing fun video clips. It is a phone worth buying.

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