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RIM launches 3G BlackBerry Curve

Research In Motion (RIM) today, Thursday (08.12.2010), introducing 3G BlackBerry Curve 9300 smartphone new. Curve smartphone family supports high-speed 3G networks (HSDPA) worldwide.

"The BlackBerry Curve feature-rich 3G and ease of access that will be popular in Indonesia. With the ability to connect to 3G networks and Wi-Fi, and take advantage of features like built-in GPS to share their location is in the fuel and social networking," said Managing Director South Asia Research In Motion (RIM), Gregory Wade in Jakarta.

The BlackBerry Curve is equipped 3G smartphone full-QWERTY keyboard comfortable to type quickly and accurately, optical trackpad for easier navigation, buit-in GPS and Wi-Fi, as well as dedicated keys for the media, so that more music lovers easy access to a collection of songs.

BlacBerry 3G Curve is also supported by memory card capacity up to 32 GB of storage for media. HSDPA network support also facilitate faster internet access and play streaming music without constraints. In addition, with these high kecapatan more users will also be eased to communicate via BlackBerry Messenger.

3G BlackBerry smartphone using BlackBerry Curve 5 and 6 are ready to support the BlackBerry. BlackBerry 6 is a new operating system for BlackBerry smartphones are expected to be immediately available for BlackBerry Curve 3G, once certified by the operators in the coming few months.

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