Blackberry Curve 8900 which is a T Mobile exclusive smartphone and Nokia E72 both are business oriented mobile phones equipped with QWERTY keyboard and other various features. Both of these are targeted at business people who generally have to move here and there for business purpose. For buyers’ convenience, we are going to provide some information regarding both of the handsets so that they can easily decide which one is the best according to them.
Both of the phones are featured with 2.4 inches TFT colour screen but with different screen resolution and display colours as Blackberry 8900 has 480 x 360 Pixels screen resolution and it offers 65k colours. While Nokia E72′ screen displays 16 Million colours at 320 x 240 Pixels resolution. The first one is around of 110 grams and comes with physical dimensions of 109 x 60 x 13.5 mm and second one is of 128 grams and measures 114 x 58 x 10 mm.
The Curve 8900 imparts 3.2 megapixel camera furnished with Auto Focus, Flash, Camera Settings and video recording facility while 5 MP camera of Nokia E72 has Auto Focus, LED Flash, Flash Mode, Capture Mode and Video Recorder. Apart from these, Picture Blogging, Video Streaming and for video calling you will get a front facing camera too.
In terms of connectivity features Nokia is one step ahead from Blackberry as it has imparted 3G HSDPA, HSUPA, WLAN Wi-Fi, USB, Bluetooth, HSCSD, GPRS, and EDGE to its phone but unfortunately Blackberry has missed out 3G technology. If you want to access Internet, the Curve 8900 possesses HTML browser only Nokia E72 brings along HTML & XHTML browser as well as Nokia browser.
SMS, MMS, Wireless Email and Instant Messaging are the messaging services available on Blackberry Curve 8900 but Nokia E72′ services are SMS, MMS, Instant Messaging and Email with Attachment. Both of the phones are capable to expand up to 16 GB memory but internally, the former one comes with 256 MB memory and the latter one renders 250 MB storage and 128 MB RAM.
GPS navigation system is also equally presented in both of the devices with their maps capabilities (Blackberry Maps in Curve 8900 & Nokia Maps Application in Nokia E72). All documental works can be handled on Nokia E72 by using PDF viewer and document editor but sadly you can’t do it through Blackberry’s phone. Blackberry’s widget provides 5.5 hours talk time and 360 hours standby time while Nokia is much superior in the term as it is capable to serve standby time around 480 hours of (2G)/576 hours of (3G) and talk time about 12 hours 30 min of (2G)/6 hours of (3G).