Blackberry curve 8250 Review
RIM launched a new radical handset Curve 8250 mainly targeting upon new entry level consumers who still haven’t experienced Blackberry Functionality. RIM has justified the absence of trackball with the atypical rubberized buttons and an optical track pad. Facing stiff competition from its rivals it seems to have made a good move by incorporating optical track pad.
With a superior material quality emphasized by curvy features it displays a sleeker look. The front fascia features a glossy snazzy finish while the rear panel is a smooth finish surface. Embedded with a Track pad that replaces the track ball for more reliability. Although the design is very much on the lines of prior predated Blackberry models. The model sizes up to 109 x 60 x 13.9 mm and weighs106 g.
Sports a 2.64 inch Thin Film Transistor display of 65K colors supporting 320 x 240 pixels and Quarter Video Graphics Array. A colorful and vivid display is a result of the aforementioned features. QWERTY keyboard is easier and reliable without being cramped.
Sports a 2 Mega Pixel camera of 1600×1200 pixels and supporting Quarter Video Graphics Array with a primary lens essential for capturing video. Fun Factor is being added through application Photocall (enables the users to tag photos to the contacts).
Supports second generation GSM and data transfer takes place through General Packet Radio Service, Enhanced GSM Evolution, High Speed Circuit Switched Data.WLAN, Bluetooth (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) and USB.
Equipped with a Blackberry Operating system. Features an onboard storage memory of 256 MB and armed with Micro Secure Digital memory slot expandable up to 16 GB. Standard Lithium-ion Battery with a rated talk time of four hours.
Mostly targeted at mid-tier consumers Blackberry comes with a fine reception quality that enables a clearer and dynamic sound. Economical an ergonomically embodied features.