This phone is powered by Research In Motion and very affordable in blackberry series, and this handset is launched by Blackberry from Indian customers at the Indian price of Rs. 10,990 or $212 and according to me this phone is launched by them to creating its brand presence in India.
Editor’s Note: I think this phone is not bad but very descent and stylish at this price and I hope Indian people will love this phone and for you information it will run on Blackberry OS 7.1, Qwerty Keypad and lots more.
I know this phone is not so impressive by look but its affordable price will make you to buy this handset and don’t worry this phone is not so bad. I would like to recommend this phone to you and i hope you’ll love the blackberry experience in this short price phone.
Design & Display
This is a QWERTY Keypad phone like other Blackberries and 320 x 240 pixels, 2.44 inches (~164 ppi pixel density) with Touch-sensitive optical trackpad.
It’s wight is 102 g, with 109 x 60 x 12.7 mm dimensions but there is something that will makes you sad because this is a 2G Handset.
Battery & Hardware
Its battery life is okay with stand by Up to 432 h, talk time Up to 7 h, but its camera quality is poor with 2 Mega-pixels and also supports GPRS, EDGE, WLAN, BLUETOOTH and USB.
This phone has other features like Accelerometer, proximity, compass Stereo FM radio with RDS but with no JAVA and GPS and various color options like Black, Fuchsia Pink, Pure White, Teal Blue.
And also descent and general specs like Organizer, Document viewer, Voice memo/dial, Predictive text input, microSD, up to 32 GB, 512 MB ROM, 512 MB RAM.
Price & Deals
This phone is not so bad but lack of 3G and camera quality makes this phone experience poor but its USB is its affordable price and this is only features that makes you to buy.
1. Affordable Price
2. Various Color Options
3. Average Battery Life
1. Poor Camera Quality
2. No 3G
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