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FCC Grants License to the Blackberry Curve 9300

If you happen to be a Blackberry Smartphone’s fan and have remained loyal to the brand in spite of the presence of other better and technologically more advanced smart phones then it’s time for you to smile because you have the British royal family as company. The royal family is said to be addicted to their Blackberry’s and even the Queen is an ardent fan of the device. The frenzy surrounding the brand is not a rare phenomenon and in recent months it has encircled almost entirely on the soon to-be launched Blackberry Curve 9300. Various rumors about the features and date of launch have been leaked in the Internet adding to its appeal. But it seems like the wait for the highly anticipated Blackberry Curve is about to be over soon because it has earned its broadcast license from the FCC which includes support for both its CDMA and AWS devices.

The rumors and mostly false information about the Blackberry Curve 9300 has shrouded it in mystery leaving an enthusiast confused about its various features. For example certain very basic details about the device which is code-named “Kepler” like whether it has 256 MB or 512 MB of application memory or whether it will be launched with OS 5 or OS 6 is still unclear. Other details like whether the camera will be increased to a 3.2-mega pixel also cannot be said without a doubt. Although it is expected of T-Mobile to pick up the 9300 device, as to which carrier will take up the CDMA 9300 cannot also be confirmed.

From the initial pictures that were leaked in the Internet, the device seemed to look like its predecessors, the 8500 series. In fact the device is similar in design to the Unlocked Blackberry Curve 8520 with a 2.4-inch screen and a QWERTY keyboard courtesy classic Blackberry. However the fans will be eagerly waiting to see if the 9300 is after all as the critics say, only an iterative advancement. But renowned for its strong email capabilities and taking into consideration all the added features that this device is said to incorporate the Blackberry Curve 9300 doesn’t seem like something that is going to let you down.

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