BlackBerry Curve 8900, Formerly Javelin

RIM I could not escape its best terminal upgrade BlackBerry to date, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 (that I knew as BlackBerry Javelin).

Instead of replacing the BlackBerry Curve for a complete renovation of the terminal, you just updated some aspects of the terminal, it has given him a super screen 480 x 360 pixels, HVGA + resolution, and have been endowed with a stylized body quite similar to the BlackBerry Bold.

The BlackBerry Curve 8900 series brings a 512 Mhz processor (somewhat lower than the one of the Bold), GPS receiver with support, aGPS, connectivity Wi-Fi 802. 11b/g (with UMA support, depending on the version), camera 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus and flash, QWERTY keyboard (or AZERTY, depending on the country and/or operates) and 256MB of internal memory expandable with microSDHC memory card.

Porting the OS BlackBerry OS 4.6.1, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 It would remain her best BlackBerry (by your keyboard) holding obviasemos superiority in connectivity of the BlackBerry Bold, longer than the first as GRPS/EDGE quadband while older sister he has crossed the (triband HSDPA) 3.5 g band.

Sincerely, almost vegetarian the fact that the BlackBerry Curve 8900 non-3G for having such a wonderful, fantastic and Super terminal, but deny having shouted from the rooftops.

I leave you with the first revision of the guys at Crackberry hand.