The Curve is just as slim as the Pearl (0.6 inches), and at 3.9 ounces it's only 0.7 ounces heavier. It slips easily into a pocket, Curve's liquid-silver finish with chrome accents and rounded edges make it look better than any smartphone out there.
One of the Curve's best feature is the keyboard. The phone slightly wider than any other smartphone,yet it fits whole keyboard. In minutes you are able to write and sent e-mail messages and browse through internet pages.
The 2.5-inch, 320 x 240-pixel screen displays everything in excellent quality. A standard 3.5mm stereo jack, a USB port, and a push-to-talk key line the left side of the Curve, and the volume buttons and camera-launch key are on the right side. On top of the phone there is a mute button. The micro - SD slot is located behind battery cover and behind the battery itself.
The Curve's 2-MP camera takes pictures good enough for 4 x 6-inch prints. Not only the shots from the camera has excellent quality, but the phone's camera also has a flash in it, which makes it easy to take shots in a dark areas.
The negative point is that Curve doesn't have ability to record video.
The curve smartphone supports a wide range of audio (AAC, MP3, WMA) and video (MPEG-4, H.263, WMV) files natively. The device's speakers have pretty good quality.
Fortunatelly, Curve's has really good e-mail application. Its very easy to set up google mail in there, by the way you can have 10 of them. Curve doesn't support wi-fi connection.
Battery lasts for four days in standby mode. However, battery lasts for only 4 hours of talk time.
After all, the Curve has a better e-mail service, a better camera, and pretty good battery life.
Great quality 2-MP camera
Roxio multimedia software
Fast Web surfing
Not bad battery life
Video recording is not available