BlackBerry Curve 8350i Review

The BlackBerry Curve 8350i was launched with the aim of making it easier to carry out corporate communications. It is the iDEN version of the popular BlackBerry Curve series.

This PDA phone uses push-to-talk technology so that users can communicate in a walkie-talkie style. The phone also has integrated Wi-Fi capabilities for easy wireless Internet access wherever you go. There is a Bluetooth version for hands-free convenience, and a 2.0 megapixel camera with digital zoom is also included. Essentially, the Blackberry Curve 8350i has it all. It is a great multitasking device with a whole lot of extra features that make it fun and easy to use while combining everything you need in one convenient device.


-Comes with many features, including Bluetooth, a 2.0 MP camera, aGPS, Wi-Fi, expansion slot, video and audio player, and much more
-The “Group Connect” feature allows users to set up group conversations with up to 20 users


-The phone operates under the Nextel (iDEN) service, which is quickly becoming less commonplace in the world of cell phone users, and particularly Blackberry users.
-For most sectors such as the construction industry that still use push-to-talk, the phone is not very tough in terms of being able to tolerate abuses, such as being dropped often.

While the phone has a great feature that allows you to talk to up to 20 people at once, it may be difficult to find many compatible users.


Overall, this BlackBerry has tons of options for fans who love to do as much as possible with their phone as they can in one singular device. This particular model has a nice advanced media player that lets users watch video, take pictures, and listen to music. It also features an optimized speakerphone, especially designed for Direct Connect users. There is also a built in GPS device that provides maps and directions, making the BlackBerry Curve 8350i a great companion for PDA users on the go.

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