I only had to see the dimensions of the Blackberry Curve 8900 to know it was my new Smartphone.
For a couple of months (here, here, here and here) I’d been debating switching cellphone companies instead of upgrading my phone with T-Mobile, but for one reason or another I just couldn’t bring myself to switch (usually money had to do with it, other times it had to do with anal retentiveness from AT&T).
But like the introduction to this post states, I was sold on the Curve the moment I saw the dimensions. it mirrored what I already had with my Blackberry 8700 — actually it was smaller by millimeters and lighter by loads and my 8700. Yeah the OS is something that old time BB users have to get used to, as does the trackball-versus-track wheel stuff. But it’s a smaller leap than switching carriers and equipment standards all together.
I’ll try to post more about the device in the near future but then again? It’s a smartphone, it’s inanimate… It’s not like it will grow a cape and leap tall buildings in a single bound.