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The powerful BlackBerry Curve 3G offers a smartphone experience every bit as smooth as this attractive handset's rounded edges. It's brilliant for multi-tasking and features the brilliant messaging capabilities for which BlackBerry mobiles are justly famed.
Need a handset that's great for business but excels at pleasure? The BlackBerry Curve 3G has got you covered. An onboard physical QWERTY keyboard and push email - which gives you notifications each time a new mail arrives - mean it's brilliant for responding to messages while you're on the go. So no matter how far you stray from the office you'll be in the loop.
And the keyboard is similarly excellent for instant messaging and for maintaining your social networking presence. Plus, this stellar mobile features one-touch access to all key services, including Twitter, MySpace and Facebook, to make updating your profiles directly from your handset is as easy as can be.
To keep you entertained, a great media player is installed, and thanks to 3G HSDPA support you can expect to surf the web's highways and byways at an impressively fast speed. You'll also be able to download fresh content quickly and easily to enjoy on the Curve 3G's expansive 2.4-inch display.
Other features of the BlackBerry Curve 3G include a two megapixel camera, A-GPS support and BlackBerry maps to enable the handset to double as a great satellite navigation device, expandable memory of up to 32GB, organiser and voice memo.
The handset also runs the latest, greatest version of BlackBerry's operating system BB OS6, which combines with a powerful processor, so that users can open and use multiple applications simultaneously. This makes the Curve 3G a great smartphone if you really need to make the most of your time.
The latest addition to the BlackBerry Curve range could well be the best yet. It's by some distance the most powerful Curve smartphone so far. What's more it's also the first ever to feature the brilliant new BB OS6 operating system for a thoroughly modern and slick smartphone experience.
As well as all the great features detailed above, Curve 3G buyers can choose from a huge range of fun and practical apps from the BlackBerry App World online software store. These include great games, plus more practical titles with a business focus.