Blackberry Curve 8310 Smartphone arrives in Luxembourg

Blackberry Curve 8310 Smartphone arrives in Luxembourg

October 17, 2015

L UXGSM and Research In Motion (RIM) have partnered to launch the Blackberry Curve 8310 Smartphone in Luxembourg.

RIM have claimed that the Blackberry Curve 8310 is the lightest and smallest smart phone with a full QWERTY keyboard.

RIM also claim that the Blackberry Curve has an improved media player, which plays a variety of popular audio and visual formats. The phone also features a 3.5 mm jack and is Bluetooth compatible allowing it to be used in conjunction with a variety of other hardware including mobile headsets, home sound systems and car stereos.

The phone also features microSD/SDHC card slot for extra storage.

The phone is marketed at young professionals who require state of the art communications technology as well as navigation and GPS features.

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