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For the busiest among us, the best smart phones are those that combine all forms of communication in one device, and the 8320 Blackberry was one of the first to make that happen.

Still a top rated smartphone, when it was released in 2007, the Black Berry curve was a giant step up from the original curve—primarily because of its WiFi capabilities, which allow UMA calling. In other words, all calls made within the wireless hotspot do not count as minutes on your phone plan. And the WiFi feature also opens up the world of e-mail, Web browsing and even instant messaging.

But WiFi was not the only new feature. The pocket smartphone added a spacious, full QWERTY keyboard that makes texting easy. It allows for SMS and MMS—which means text as well as videos, audio and pictures can be sent and received from the phone. And that keyboard will come in handy when users integrate their (up to 10) e-mail accounts.

For your enjoyment, the blackberry 8320 curve boasts a 2.0 megapixel camera with flash and a media player that supports MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA audio formats as well as MPEG4, H.263 and WMV video formats, and at 3.9 ounces is one of the lightest advanced phones available (4.2 inches high by 2.4 inches wide by 0.6 inch deep). Ringtones can be polyphonic/MIDI and MP3. There’s a vibrate mode and LED indicator.

Considered one of the top rated smartphones, the BlackBerry 8320 curve is easy to setup using the wizard that pops up on the 320 by 240 pixel, full-color screen once the phone is initially turned on. If users have additional problems, they can check out online tutorials via the BlackBerry or service provider’s Web site...-Read more about the BlackBerry Curve 8320- or buy now from -LetsTalk-






One of the best smartphones on the market, the Motorola Q phone is the latest in the impressive lineup of Motorola quality phones. It could be argued that the “Q” stands for Quality, which is the trademark of this tried and true, well-known and well-respected brand. Motorola has been around awhile, but this latest “Q” issue is as new and exciting as they come!

For example: the Motorola Q phone is the thinnest and most lightweight phone ever. Fifty percent thinner than its top rivals, at 11.5 millimeters, the MQ is a must-have with its electro-luminescent keys, full QWERTY keypad and easy-to-use, 5-way navigational button and thumb wheel for simple, one-handed use. An internal antenna just adds to the convenience of this sweet little phone.

The only thing BIG about this little phone is the large, high-resolution, vibrant color display screen of 320x240 pixels, 65K TFT. This screen makes surfing the web on this pocket smartphone, nothing but a breeze! Wherever you are, compatibility with a variety of ISPs allows you easy access to your e-mail, your calendar and your contacts. This amazing phone, an easy winner in any smartphones review, supports MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat, among others. It integrates easily with all current IT systems for enhanced IT support. And finally, it keeps passwords secure to protect network security. And, as if all these features were not enough, this wonder phone uses the ever-popular Micro Soft ® Windows Mobile 5.0 technology and combines it with brand-new, innovative technology from Exchange 2003, to create cost-effective mobile-messaging support for every smart q phone user. -Read more about the Moto Q - or buy now from -LetsTalk-

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