The first thing you will realise about the Blackberry Curve 9220 is the extremely bright screen even on lower settings. This can be a plus point in many cases as bright screens are always welcomed. On the outside, the cover is glossy plastic and its screen size sits at 2.44 inches. For its cheap price, this is pretty good. You also get the standard Blackberry QWERTY keyboard with physical buttons. For those of you who are more used to touchscreen keyboards, you may have to get used to the Blackberry Curve 9220’s buttons.
The Blackberry Curve 9220 is not one to boast on its specs. This humble device comes with a mini-SIM card, optical trackpad and microSD storage up to 32GB. As for RAM, you get 512MB with 512MB ROM. The Blackberry Curve 9220 runs on the Blackberry OS 7.1. With these specs, you get basic functions to get things done. As for the camera, you get a rear 2MP shooter that works well for emergency shots or a quick snap of important details.
For a phone made in 2012, the Blackberry Curve 9220 is impressive to have accelerometer, proximity and compass sensors. You also get the basics such as Wi-fi connectivity, Bluetooth, SMS, Email, radio, MP3 player, microUSB 2.0 and HTML browser. It comes in a few colours, namely Black, Fuchsia Pink, Pure White, Teal Blue – the most common of which is black. The phone is lightweight and its small size allows for maximum portability.
As a basic smartphone for work, the Blackberry Curve 9220 does what it is required to. Organize your daily, weekly and monthly tasks for higher efficiency. Overall, you get a device that is not big on