Blackberry has introduced slim and smart Blackberry Curve Apollo smartphone in mid-range segment. With thickness of just 11mm, it is sleek. This touchscreen device with an optical trackpad and QWERTY keypad also boasts 480x320 HGVA screen and Blackberry OS 6.1 along with Tavor MG-1 800MHz processor.
Though highly advanced Blackberry Curve Apollo smartphone lacks a FM Radio, it is pre-armed with MP3/MP4 music players that play music in H.263/H.264/WMV and eAAC+/WMA/WAV video and audio formats respectively. Blackberry OS 6.1 is a guarantee in itself for good multimedia functionality and with 32GB card support, users will also be able to save many of their favourite audio & video tracks.
The Blackberry Curve Apollo has an impressive high quality 5 mega pixel camera with 2592X1944 pixels resolution capability. It can easily record good quality videos and has add-on features as autofocus, LED flash and geo-tagging. The lack of a secondary camera in this handset is a bit disappointing and more so because it is 3G enabled.
The Blackberry Curve Apollo smartphone is loaded with enormous 512MB of RAM and 512MB of storage which is quite sufficient and let users to save practically unlimited entries, fields and messages. With use of a microSD card, it is even more expandable to an upper limit of 32GB.
Blackberry Curve Apollo smartphone has a standard Li-ion battery rated at 1050mAh and quite easily delivers requisite talk time and enough stand by time for the convenience of users.
The Blackberry Curve Apollo smartphone has advanced connectivity features laid out in it. As it supports both GSM & HSDPA networks, so now you get an advance range of connectivity features like the GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP and microUSB port. It is also 3G enabled and as a direct consequence of it the data transfer is quite quick with this phone and occurs at a speed of 7.2Mbps.
The full physical QWERTY keypad and touch-sensitive optical trackpad helps in typing the text quicker and makes messaging easy on Blackberry Curve Apollo which allows users to send SMS, MMS & Emails. The Instant Messaging feature helps them to chat and remain connected on the go.
Blackberry Curve Apollo smartphone is a quad band device that runs on GSM/GPRS/EDGE in 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 configuration and tri-band UMTS 850/1900/2100 MHz networks.
Blackberry Curve Apollo Smartphone allows users to enjoy the pre-installed games on it. Simultaneously one is also permitted to download more games from the Net and increase the horizon of entertainment on their phone.
With Blackberry Curve Apollo Smartphone, finding the right direction or way to your destination is pretty easy. There is A-GPS receiver in the phone that that helps out in finding a location with the pre-loaded Blackberry Maps.
Blackberry Curve Apollo is a performance-based handset with full QWERTY keypad and a touch-sensitive optical trackpad. It also has a 5 megapixel camera that boasts advanced features as geo-tagging. Battery back-up is quite sufficient and efficient Blackberry 6.1 operating system accentuates its functioning and gives access to a range of applications.
3G HSDPA enabled Blackberry Curve Apollo is loaded with the most advanced Blackberry mobile OS 6.1. It offers the ease and convenience to users with its comfortable physical QWERTY keypad, HGVA touchscreen and optical trackpad that also makes it look stunning. The smartphone also have 5 megapixel camera, microSD storage, Wi-Fi, A GPS and the best is integration of NFC technology.
Blackberry Curve Apollo lacks an integrated FM radio.
The gen-next Blackberry Curve Apollo is a mid-range smartphone in candy bar form. This aggressively priced phone from Blackberry has incorporated impressive spec-list which includes hi-end features as NFC communications technology, tri-band HSDPA connectivity and 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP profile. Blackberry Curve Apollo runs on OS 6.1 and has touchscreen with full QWERTY keypad and a touch-sensitive optical trackpad. Its other good features include 5 MP camera, GPS and faster connectivity and messaging. The price and availability is not revealed, though, officially but is hyped as a mid-range phone.