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Tata Docomo brings Blackberry Curve 8520 smartphone in India

By on December 1, 2009

BlackBerry-Curve-8520Tata Docomo and RIM (Research In Motion) are now prepared to hit the selves of Indian market with the Blackberry Curve 8520 smartphone. The newly-added smartphone in the line-up of Blackberry Curve, though, has already grabbed the attention of the phone buffs with its plethora of prepossessing features; the same is anticipated from the consumers in India.

With its easily-accessible features, like e-mail, message, mobile internet and (SNS) social networking sites, the ground-breaking smartphone touts to give users a wonderful mobile experience. And we talk about its sturdy multimedia attributes; the mobile phone is built-in with a video and music player along with camera, which boasts of video recording.

Pradeep Dwivedi, Senior VP, Tata Teleservices Limited, was quoted to say Tata Docomo is dedicated to bring the best-in-class products for its subscribers, and the introduction of the stylish BlackBerry Curve8520 smartphone is all set to meet their needs. Mobile buffs will surely like the prepossessing BlackBerry Curve 8520 as it claims to provide a unique BlackBerry smartphone experience for a larger population.


While boasting of the phone, Frenny Bawa, VP of India, Research In Motion said that the BlackBerry Curve 8520 is an easily accessible, stylish and sleek smartphone along with a blend of avant-garde features and leading-edge technology. With its included multimedia features and new trackpad navigation system, the amazing handset is claimed to world as a magnet for a wide range of mobile buffs to the BlackBerry services provided via the Tata Docomo network.

The swanky Blackberry Curve 8520, boasting its glossy and satiny body, is also built-in with an innovative touch-sensitive trackpad, which helps users scroll and select smoothly and easily for an amazing navigation experience. While, its dedicated media keys, which are emplaced efficiently at the phone’s top, boasts of providing users with a convenient and facile method of controlling their videos and music.

Apart from all that, the latest handset is also built-in with a highly tactile full-QWERTY keyboard, which helps provide accurate and comfortable typing. Besides, the 8520 phone also comes subsumed with Wi-Fi and full HTML browsing. Plus, it offers a talk time of around 4.5 hrs and a standby time of around 17 days.

The tempting Blackberry Curve 8520 can be snapped up for Rs. 14,990.


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