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New BlackBerry Phone - BlackBerry Curve 8350i

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BlackBerry Curve 8350iBy the end of this year, if you’ll be one of Sprint’s customers, you’ll have the chance to get the new BlackBerry Curve 8350i phone with built-in Wi-Fi module and Group Connect capability that allows you to start instant conversations with up to 21 subscribers simultaneously, via Push-to-Talk.

"Smart phones in general, and BlackBerry products in particular, have become more important to both business people and consumers lately," said David Chamberlain, Principal Analyst with analyst firm In-Stat. "The BlackBerry Curve 8350i with PTT capability rounds out Sprint's options to fill communications needs of many industries particularly those in the blue-collar segment of construction, field services, transportation and manufacturing."

Sprint will announce the price and exact availability date for the new BlackBerry phone later this year, but from the press release we found out about all its features, so let’s see which they are.

First of all, BlackBerry Curve 8350i uses the iDEN technology developed by no other than Motorola, the inventor of cell phones. This technology enabled trunked radio and cellular telephone, gathering several users in a spectral space, in a larger number compared to 2-way radio systems. This is done via a speech compression method and Time Division Multiple Access standard.
In addition to iDEN, the new BlackBerry phone works with the Nextel Direct Connect push-to-talk service, so you to be able to get in contact with multiple users at the same time.
BlackBerry Curve 8350i"Sprint is the undisputed leader in push-to-talk services, and with the launch of the new BlackBerry Curve 8350i smartphone, we are keeping our promise of expanding the Nextel Direct Connect capabilities and options for our customers," said Danny Bowman, president of Nextel Direct Connect. "The BlackBerry Curve 8350i will be very attractive for business customers who need instant, convenient push-to-talk services to communicate now with employees, customers and suppliers but also want the capabilities of a high-end smartphone."

Like all the other models, the new BlackBerry phone, Curve 8350i, features multimedia player, wireless connectivity, Internet browsing, email, Instant Messaging, multi-tasking, GPS, A-GPS, a built-in 2MP camera with 5x digital zoom, slash and video recording, as well as Office document management, speakerphone, microSD memory slot, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP profile, and a 1400mAh battery for long talk time.

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