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Which cell phone should i get? Blackberry curve or Sony Ericsson W760a?

Asked by 2late2be (2286points) May 30th, 2009

Im just looking for great display in pictures, i know that sony ericsson has great display but i need to know if the blackberry has the same specifications, those are this
262.144 color TFT
240×320 pixel
anyone knows if the blackberry is like this? i searched for it but i cant find it..

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Steven0512's avatar

Forget Blackberry – get yourself an iPhone.

2late2be's avatar

@Steven0512 im not really interested on the iphone, I have an iPod touch.

BBSDTfamily's avatar

I recommend the Blackberry Bold. Definitely the superior Blackberry. Love mine.

richardhenry's avatar

The specs for the Blackberry Curve:

Type: LCD (Color TFT/TFD)
Resolution: 320×240 pixels (QVGA)
Colors: 65,536 (16-bit)

The Blackberry has more colour depth, but a lower resolution than the SE.

jrpowell's avatar

WWDC is right around the corner. Some rumors are floating around that a new iPhone with a OLED screen might be released. We will find out in ten days.

chelseababyy's avatar

Blackberry. I have a curve and I love it to death. The battery life is awesome, being able to use the web and things like twitterberry is awesome. Blackberry’s are all around just great phones. Oh, and they don’t break easily.

The_Compassionate_Heretic's avatar

Blackberry Curve is a solid device. I highly recommend it out of the two you listed.
@chelseababyy is correct. It is remarkably sturdy.

Gfly's avatar

Buy the new portable verizon 3g modem that converts the 3g into wifi and get a mic for your iPod touch and use your iPod as your cell phone for a fraction of the cost that the poor suckers that own iPhones pay

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