In Europe and America, bundling program between vendor and operator was not new thing again. Know, the consumption level of the information technology would can be says very effective. For example, the step taken by Research in Motion (RIM). The vendor which popular through the BlackBerry series, cooperate with Vodafone operator to release its newest product: BlackBerry Curve 8310 for Germany region.
The Smartphone is the second series from the BlackBerry Curve 8300 that colaborated with T-Mobile operator. Now, Curve 8310 is integrated with GPS module, plus the navigation system software produce by Vodafone. Off-board system works by downloading the information directly from central server, the result can apply as information guidance of journey route.
The other feature for example; Support from QWERTY keyboard with trackball navigation, 2 megapixel cameras plus lamp flash, the 65 thousand screen color still adopting Curve 8300 series.
There is also 'push-base email' feature which able to directly presents incoming email message, including 'inbox' message remote function. For connection feature, BlackBerry Curve 8310 uses Bluetooth v2.0 which already supported A2DP technology. As an alternative, also available miniUSB data cable slot.
The smartphone memory having 64 MB capacities is including microSD slot choice. The Rumor said, this BlackBerry Cure 8310 is the only one RIM smartphone would be launched this year-end.Check This Out:Hacker Free the iPhoneNokia N76: Flashy Smartphone DisappointsSprint Mogul by HTC (PPC-6800): A Smartphone Upgrade