Review Blackberry Curve 8520 - High Technology System


Blackberry Curve 8520 is a low-end smartphones manufactured by Research In Motion (RIM). At first glance, Gemini blackberry curve similar to previous models - such as the blackberry curve 8900. Unlike the Curve 8900, Blackberry Curve 8250 is not equipped with Rollerball to navigation but using optical trackpad.

Another difference is the blackberry curve 8520 does not use the cover made of metal. Instead, the curve 8520 using a cover made from plastic. The front of the Blackberry Curve 8520 is occupied by a 2:46-inch screen with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. Below the screen there are buttons Call / End, the optical pad for navigation and a QWERTY keypad. Control buttons for controlling the volume, camera and voice control is located on the side.

The Curve 8520 is equipped with a processor with a clock speed of 512 MHz, 256 MB of internal memory and Micro SD slot that can diexpand up to 16 GB. As low-end phones, the curve 8520 does not include 3G/HSDPA support. To keep prices low, the GPS also omitted on this model so that you can not use the blackberry as a navigation device.

Overall, the BlackBerry Curve 8520 handset which is convenient to use. There are some features that are removed and the materials used are also different from other blackberries. This seems to be done to keep prices low. Despite the low price, Blackberry Curve 8520 still offers good functionality.

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