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BlackBerry Curve 8310 Phone, Titanium (AT&T)
 
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BlackBerry Curve 8310 Phone, Titanium (AT&T)

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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 4.21 inches, 2.36 inches, 0.61 inches
  • Weight: 4 ounces
  • Network Compatibility: GSM
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 2.4 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000WP91XK
  • Item model number: 8310
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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Swelling the Blackberry Curve's already formidable arsenal of telephonic and connectivity tools, the titanium Blackberry 8310 Curve now adds an internal GPS receiver with support for AT&T Navigator turn-by-turn direction service and push-to-talk (PTT) capability--an AT&T exclusive. An amalgam of the svelte BlackBerry Pearl and the more business-oriented 8800, the 8310 Curve is the smallest, lightest BlackBerry phone that includes a full QWERTY keyboard. And it combines RIM's long-valued push email and messaging platform with a host of advanced multimedia features, including a 2-megapixel camera and stereo Bluetooth (for listening to music via wireless headphones). This quadband phone operates on GSM 850/900/1800/1900 networks and can handle high-speed data connectivity via AT&T's EDGE network, with availability in more than 13,000 US cities and along some 40,000 miles of major highways. It also offers global voice roaming in over 190 and data roaming in over 130 countries.

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The svelte, titanium BlackBerry 8310 Curve offers a full QWERTY keyboard, innovative trackball navigation system (placed above the keyboard) and large 2.5-inch screen.
The Blackberry 8310 Curve delivers the legendary BlackBerry email experience. With BlackBerry service plans from AT&T, you can receive emails instantaneously from up to 10 email accounts (personal and enterprise). With BlackBerry push technology, you don't need to retrieve your email. BlackBerry devices are designed to remain on and continuously connected to the wireless network, allowing you to be discreetly notified as new email arrives. Support is also built-in for viewing email attachments (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, WordPerfect, and PDF formats).

If your company has a BlackBerry Enterprise Server installed, you can also take advantage of the power of wireless calendar synchronization. Your calendar events are exchanged wirelessly and automatically so that your desktop calendar and BlackBerry handheld calendar are synchronized. All your Outlook meeting requests, changes, and updates are instantaneously synchronized instantaneously with your desktop. Make meeting requests, invite new attendees and more, all on your Blackberry 8310 Curve. Users without BlackBerry Enterprise Server support can manually sync with their desktop calendars and contacts via Bluetooth or USB using the included BlackBerry Desktop Software.

BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) is complimentary with the activation of a AT&T BlackBerry service plan (additional charges apply) and provides customers with the ability to have their personal or work email pushed automatically to their BlackBerry phone from multiple Internet Service Provider (ISP) email accounts. BIS provides automatic wireless synchronization of read, deleted, and sent email from the your BlackBerry phone to their desktop email account. Users with multiple accounts can choose from multiple "sent from" addresses when sending an email. You can also download ringtones and other content via AT&T's popular MEdia Net service or browse the Web using the BlackBerry HTML Browser. Wireless text messaging and multimedia messaging (MMS) are also supported by the BlackBerry 8310.

AT&T Exclusive Features
Among the unique features of the Blackberry 8310 Curve are AT&T's Push-to-Talk (PTT) service and TeleNav GPS Navigator. AT&T Push-to-Talk boasts the largest push to talk coverage area in America. PTT features on the BlackBerry 8310 include "availability" icons, quick group calling, and the ability to easily convert a PTT session to a regular wireless voice call. You can use your 8310 Curve to Push-to-Talk to communicate with individual colleagues or friends, or set up groups for broader communication. The PTT button, on the left side of the device (noted by three raised dots), easily facilitates each PTT call (simply press and hold to talk after the chirp and release when finished). In addition, the AT&T service offers such standard PTT features as call waiting, contact alerts, as well as text, picture, and voice messaging to anyone in their contact list.

You can take advantage of the AT&T Navigator GPS software and service, a full-featured premium navigation application that includes audible turn-by-turn directions, real-time traffic updates and re-routing options, and 3D moving maps (additional charges applicable). AT&T Navigator offers several other features to make your commute more enjoyable and reliable, including mobile access to Yellowpages.com. Additionally, AT&T Navigator is the only mobile phone-based GPS service that provides integrated speech recognition for address entry and points of interest search.

You'll also be able to access the AT&T Mobile Music service, which enables you access to the Napster and eMusic subscription music services.

Phone Design & Features
This 8310 Curve is fashioned in a titanium finish and subtly curving corners. Measuring 4.2 x 2.4 inches, the Curve is just as slim as the Pearl (0.6 inches) and weighs in at 3.9 ounces--just 0.7 ounces heavier than its predecessor. It features a bright 2.5-inch color TFT screen that provides 65,000 colors and a 320 x 240-pixel resolution, and it includes a light-sensing feature that automatically adjusts backlighting for indoor, outdoor and dark environments. Like the BlackBerry 8800, the Curve includes a trackball navigation system located on the top of the QWERTY keypad, and it also features an integrated spell checker with a customizable dictionary to help maintain accuracy while on the go. It has 64 MB of internal ROM memory, and is expandable using MicroSD memory cards (up to 4 GB in size). The battery provides up to 4 hours (240 minutes) of talk time and up to 17 days (408 hours) of standby time.

You can snap vivid photos (though no video) using the 2-megapixel camera on the back of the Curve, which also features a 5x digital zoom, built-in flash, self-portrait mirror and full screen viewfinder. It can capture images in up to three picture quality and size resolutions that can be shared instantly by email, MMS or BlackBerry Messenger, or even uploaded to your Flickr account with the Yahoo! Go service. Photos can also be immediately set as a unique caller ID or Home Screen image. You can edit photos and create albums within the Curve using the PhotoSuite application. Pictures can be cropped, rotated and straightened, and flaws can be fixed by removing redeye or changing the brightness, contrast, and saturation levels.

Listen to your favorite music and watch downloaded videos using the included stereo headset, or use an optional wireless headphone thanks to the Curve's support for the Bluetooth stereo audio profile (A2DP/AVRCP). The Curve is compatible with a wide variety of file formats, including MP3, WMA and AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ audio and WMV, MPEG4 and H.263 video. Dedicated volume controls are conveniently located on the side of the handset. You can also subscribe to the AT&T Music service, which includes access to online subscription music content from eMusic, XM Satellite Radio and more.

With the Voice-Activated Dialing (VAD) feature, you can initiate a call just by telling the Curve who to call from your contact list--either via the integrated speakerphone or using an optional Bluetooth wireless headset. Other advanced phone features include advanced sound technology that cancels out background noise and echo, dedicated volume and mute keys, and the ability to customize the Curve with polyphonic and MP3 ringtones.

Vital Statistics
The BlackBerry 8310 Curve weighs 3.9 ounces and measures 4.2 x 2.4 x 0.6 inches. Its 1100 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 4 hours of talk time, and up to 408 hours (17 days) of digital standby time. It runs on the 850/900/1800/1900 GSM/GPRS/EDGE frequencies.

Product Description

BlackBerry Curve 8310 Titanium Smartphone
The next-generation Curve has arrived, now with built-in support for Telenav Maps and Telenav GPS navigator! The BlackBerry Curve 8310 is the smallest, lightest BlackBerry ever with a QWERTY keyboard. It features clean lines, curved edges, and easy-to-use trackball navigation. The sleek design balances both personal and work needs with the perfect blend of performance and usability. The Curve is the first BlackBerry to support AT&T Mobile Music, an enhanced media player, and stereo Bluetooth headset capabilities. Snap crisp photos on the 2 MP camera with 5x zoom and flash. Need more storage? It has a microSD(TM) expandable memory slot to store music, videos and more. The Curve comes with BlackBerry's first email spellchecker, TeleNav Maps, and the AT&T Mall to shop for ringtones and downloads. Go global, the Curve has everything you ever needed or wantedin a BlackBerry.
Features:
* BlackBerry email, messaging, and organizer in one sleek design
* The smallest, lightest full QWERTY BlackBerry available
* Easy-to-use intuitive trackball navigation
* Automatic wireless delivery of enterprise or personal email
* BlackBerry Enterprise Server & BlackBerry Internet Service email
* Large adjustable brightness light sensing screen
* 2.0 Megapixel camera with flash and 5x digitalzoom
* Bluetooth Wireless 2.0 with stereo headset support
* AT&T Mobile Music - streaming music, music ID and more
* Mobile Instant Messaging - Yahoo!, AOL, & Windows Live (via download)
* Enhanced media player for music, videos, and photos
* MicroSD expansion card slot - add up to 2GB memory
* PIM integration for contacts, tasks, and calendar
* New! BlackBerry email spell checker
* Integrated speakerphone, conference calling, and voice dialing
* Extended battery life - 4 hrs talk time; 17 days of standby
* Push to Talk - "Walkie-Talkie" style communication
*Global voice


Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
163 of 167 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More than just business October 12, 2007
Like most tech-savvy professionals, I use and rely on a BlackBerry at work. In fact, I've been an addict for quite some time. I recently updated from an 8700 to this amazing phone. The email, calendar and address book are all what you expect and are accustomed to from BlackBerry. There are a ton of great improvements and I've outlined my likes and dislikes below.

Pros:

* The screen appears to be the same 320x240 screen that is found on the older 8700. It's outstanding and flat out huge. There are various levels of backlighting and there is a handy auto-DIM feature that adjusts the backlight according to room lighting conditions.
* The rollerball took a little getting used to, but after less than a day, I'm an expert. OK, not quite an expert, but I dialed in the sensitivity to suit my needs. I also turned off that annoying clicking sound. I guess that was supposed to simulate the audible "click" you would get from the old wheel.
* The keyboard is perfect. I was really scared about going to something new but the spacing and texture are dead-on. Typing is a breeze.
* Spell-Check; a warm welcome to something that has been missing for a LONG time. It's also super-easy to use. I get a prompt right before I send an email asking me to approve typos. Great job BlackBerry!
* The multimedia software is excellent; both on the device and on the desktop. You can watch movies, listen to MP3s and check out your photos on the handset. The Music software is not as good as what's on the Sony Walkman w580i phone, but it gets the job done. The Roxio-powered Media Manager software for the desktop offers super-easy drag and drop of MP3s and movies. It even converts files on the fly so they work with the Curve. This is one of the best additions to BlackBerry.
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181 of 190 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Didn't fully meet my expectations.. November 17, 2007
By GDV
I'm coming from a palm treo 650..I actually was pretty happy with it, but unfortunatly I lost it..So in my search for a new phone, I had narrowed it down to the iphone, palm treo 680 and the blackberry curve..After reading reviews and playing around with each phone (except the treo 680), I decided to go with the curve, my first blackberry.
Upon first recieving it, I absolutly loved the size and style as well as the keyboard. I wanted to like it so bad but unfortunatly after 30 days, I don't and will be going back to a treo.
Here's how I came to this decision..
TEXT MESSAGING: Coming from the treo which organizes your text conversations into a chat window, I hate the fact that on the curve each text is listed individually, and by the end of the day I have a long list of texts from so many different people, it's hard to keep track of each conversation or go back to a certain message without having to scroll all the way down and look for it.
CALLING OUT: Almost imposible while driving unless it's a speed dial (which isn't always responsive)The numbers are so small and navigating through the address book with that little ball is a pain, then you have to select whether you would like to dial home mobile or work..by the time I've done all this I'm suprised I haven't rear-ended the car in front of me! The treos huge touch screen dial pad and one tap address book is way more user friendly in my opinion.
INSTANT MESSAGING: Doesn't have aim, had to dl it from jivetalk for $20..happy with the way it works once I did so.
KEYBOARD: Probably one of my favorite things about this phone..makes text and im a one handed breeze!
CAMERA: Ok, better than the treo's and picture messaging is fast and easy with the curve. Nice that is has flash (although blinding at times).
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85 of 93 people found the following review helpful
Verified Purchase
This is my first Blackberry. Two years ago I bought a Razr (Cingular) on Amazon, my two year contract had been fulfilled and I was on a month to month. I was concerned about the "fine print" in Amazon's description and read other postings online from folks wondering if they would qualify. I emailed Amazon as well as AT&T and received confirmation that yes, I would qualify if I renewed a two year contract. So, having been hesitant about giving up my beloved Razr, I went for the Blackberry. And am I happy about that decision! The first few days I couldn't receive email (there was a glitch on the Blackberry end) but the wonderful customer service people at AT&T helped me resolve it. (Prior to the Razr, I had been a Verizon customer for many years, I totally think that Cingular/AT&T service is a kazillion times better). I have downloaded a great free ringtone from [...] transferred some music files (it sounds great, and I'm a 57 year old female addicted to my iPod); the voice sound quality is much better on the phone than the Razr. I was concerned I would have to pull out my reading glasses every time I got an email but I reset the typeface to a larger font and hey, "no problemo". I also transferred all of my Outlook Contacts and Calendar and it's convenient having that info handy. I also like the voice dialing, which is useful when you're driving, plus it will auto dial a number plus the extension. So, if it sounds like I'm having a love affair, I am! I am totally enamored with my new Blackberry. Hope I am still into gadgets when I'm 90! Kudos to Amazon and Cingular/AT&T.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Great buy
Great buy and great phone love the service as well. I brought two phones one for me and my husband. Still with AT&T.
Published 6 months ago by lee
5.0 out of 5 stars Unlock code for Blackberrys
I unlocked my blackberry using [...] and it worked great. It was fast, cheap and easy. I give [...] 5 stars for fast service. Read more
Published on July 25, 2010 by A.S.
4.0 out of 5 stars Solid Mediocre
I have had the Blackberry Curve 8310 via two-year contract with AT&T for two years now (contract expiring soon). Read more
Published on May 12, 2010 by K.C.H.
2.0 out of 5 stars Clunky, annoying to use
If you've never used anything but a Blackberry, I'm sure this is a nice device. But, I hate it. I really, really hate it. Read more
Published on March 10, 2010 by J
1.0 out of 5 stars Sad! Very, very sad.
I've had my phone 3 days, today it 8/27/09.I've had problems every single day. It will not stay on, it re-cycles by itself. Read more
Published on August 27, 2009 by J. Cusic
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product - couple glitches
I like the Blackberry Curve 8310, switched from touchscreen Treo, which I REALLY liked.

Blackberry Curve 8310
-good keypad that is actually useful - able to type... Read more
Published on July 10, 2009 by H. Hughes
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome phone!
My 8310 has been very reliable and can do everything; and now with the recent software update, it can even do video, not just watch, but take video! Read more
Published on April 28, 2009 by Forest Cotten
1.0 out of 5 stars Dissapointing!
The phone is soo slow loading up images on the internet and the Telenav feature has left me stranded on several occassions.
Published on April 24, 2009 by Mike168
5.0 out of 5 stars Love It! Love It!! Love It!!!
I love this phone - I can see why people call it Crackberry. I have small hands, so the buttons are just right for me. Read more
Published on February 22, 2009 by Who I Wish I Was
4.0 out of 5 stars my good bb8830
it's good for media working. but it has limited function to somethimg. for example, bb8830 is not support sprint tv, asian language. but bb email supporting is perfect. Read more
Published on January 20, 2009 by J. Ha
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This product contains small parts.keep your BlackBerry device and any small parts out of small childerns reach. Do not dispose of as household waste!

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