Smaller than the Bold (and better looking, I might add), BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the thinnest handset ever outed by Research in Motion, measuring only 13.5 mm in thickness.
But that doesn’t mean it’s poorer in features. Except for 3G, the 8900 has them all, including: a 480 x 360 pixels TFT display, GPS, Wi-Fi, full HTML browser, push e-mail, media player, a 3.5mm headset jack, a 3.2 MP autofocus camera and, of course, a full QWERTY keyboard.
Customers will be able to buy the BlackBerry Curve 8900 via the top three Indian carriers: Reliance, Airtel and Vodafone. The smartphone’s retail price is of Rs. 27,990 (around 572 USD).
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