Just a couple of weeks back, the new Blackberry Curve 9300 paid a silent visit to the FCC and that sparked off speculations about its features and specs. As we had noted in our article earlier, the handset is expected to come with a 256MB RAM, a 256MB ROM, a 624MHz processor and a QVGA display with 320×480 pixel resolution. The Blackberry Curve 9300 could also come with a 2-Megapixel camera without flash.
Now, to be clear, this device is yet to be formally announced by Waterloo-based RIM. Surprisingly though, the new Blackberry Curve 9300 is already out in the market on sale from Rogers. The Canadian carrier has announced the handset at a price of $79.99 that includes a 3-year contract. The device is now available on the Rogers website and can be checked out here. As you may have noticed, the device is not too different from Blackberry Curve 8520 but for the more solid 3G specs.
Yet another Blackberry device is making news of late and after its visit to the FCC last week, we pretty much know what this device holds. The new Blackberry Curve 9300 has pretty standard technical specifications. This includes a 256MB RAM, another 256MB ROM, a processor that runs at 624MHz, a QVGA display that renders content at 320×480 pixels and also comes equipped with a 2-Megapixel camera though that includes no flash.
Regarding the platform, this is no Blackberry OS 6 device and don’t hope for an upgrade to come anytime in the near term. However, most interestingly, pictures of the new Blackberry Curve 9300 that have been leaked to the wild shows a prominent T-Mobile logo on the bottom which at least confirms the carrier that this device will come locked with.
Unfortunately though, no mention has been made about the launch date in the American market. Keep checking back.
Here are some of the most common problems people face with sending email on Blackberry. If you do not find a solution to your email here, add it in the comments, we can sort them out.
Blackberry Curve Email Setup Problems
Sometimes it can so happen that your Blackberry does not let you to create a new email account and only offers enterprise options. This can happen if you are not on the appropriate plan. Call your operator and ask for “Blackberry Data Plan“. Also, this problem may arise if you are using your old SIM on an unlocked Blackberry Curve
If none of this is the cause and you are not able to view ‘Setup Email’ option, then switch off your Blackberry Curve, remove the battery completely, insert it back after a few minutes and switch it on. This must fix the problem. If this does not help, login to your Blackberry Internet Service from your provider’s website and setup email from there.
Blackberry Curve Emails Not Coming Through
There are two reasons why this is happening. First thing you need to check is if your inbox is full. If this does not seem to be having any issue, then your login credentials might have changed. Login to Blackberry Internet Service from your provider’s website and confirm if all your credentials are up to date.
Comment back if you have other issues