Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Blackberry Curve 9300 has Passed the FCC test

This time for the first time the latest mobile phone Blackberry Curve 9300 official-looking, because this phone has passed the test FCC (Federal Communications Commission). Means this phone will be announced by RIM in the near future, and certainly be good news for BlackBerry fans who have long waited for new models.

When viewing the series, this Kepler Blackberry phones do not seem prepared to fill the ranks of upper-class mobile phones Blackberry. It looks too similar to the Blackberry Curve 8520 Gemini even though the materials and specifications are better (probably prepared to replace the BB Gemini). The phone is reportedly still using the Blackberry OS 5.0 and features 256 MB of memory, but many estimates have been equipped with 3G support, higher RAM, and WiFi 802.11n.

In addition to the GSM version, the Blackberry Curve 9300 is also expected to appear with his version of CDMA 9330 Curve Aries II code. When reviewing the prediction of analysts, this phone is rumored to be slid in the third quarter of 2010, which means there are still three months away. For more details and new prices will be known when the announcement later.






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