Straight Talk Blackberry 9310 CDMA

Up until now, Straight Talk was not available for use with Blackberries. Even the popular Straight Talk Sim card plan was unavailable for said devices. So, it was about time for Straight Talk to introduce the Blackberry to it's customers in the for of the Blackberry Curve 9310. Granted, Blackberries just aren't as popular as they used to, they are still great and probably the best business device around.

Carrier Straight Talk

Release Date February/March 2013

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Straight Talk Blackberry Curve 9310 Specifications


Android Operating System
Blackberry OS 7.1

Phone Processor Speed
800 mhz

Phone Dimensions
4.3" x 2.4" x 0.50"

Phone Weight
3.5 OZ

Form Factor
Full QWERTY Blackberry

Screen Size:
2.4" Diagonal

Carrier Technology:
CDMA Via Verizon or Sprint

Battery Life:
Up to 6hrs talk time, Up to 10 days stand by



Camera resolution:
3.2 megapixel

v 2.0

Charge and data cable port
Standard Micro USB

Headphone Jack
Standard iPod type size - 3.5mm

Straight Talk Blackberry Curve 9310 Features

Blackberry Messenger, built in gps, unlimted email, supports all major email providers (gmail, yahoo, hotmail, etc), Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Web Browsing.

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The Blackberry Curve 9310 has been around for quite sometime so there isn't much to say about it that has not already been said. If you are thinking about getting this with Straight Talk, then you already know what it's all about. The main thing to mention here is that you must purchase the Blackberry Curve directly from Straight Talk. On the positive side, I would expect the phone to cost under $100 with Straight Talk and of course you will need to use the $45 unlimited plan with the phone. If you are wondering, the Straight Talk Blackberry Curve will work just like any other Blackberry except your monthly bill will be just $45 yet you will still have unlimited emailing and texting.

The Straight Talk Blackberry Curve will work with the BlackBerry App World so you can download apps. Keep in mind, however, that the Blackberry app store just doesn't have the sheer number of apps that the Google Play store has. That said, apps for pretty much all of the main and most popular apps are available including Facebook, Twitter, Pandora, Youtube just to name a few. Of course if you are getting this phone you probably don't care much about apps and just want to use it for texting and email.

The Straight Talk Blackberry Curve is CDMA, as such, you will be give either the Verizon or Sprint calling areas when you activate the phone.