How to Push to Talk Blackberry Curve 8350i from Sprint ?

>> Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Our friends at Sprint are trying everything they can think of to hold on to what customers that they have.  If you remember Sprint bought Nextel and the main feature that kept people coming back to Nextel were the ruggedized cell phones and the push to talk walkie talkie features that were offered on many of the phones.  Now we have Sprint trying to incorporate those same features into the Blackberry Curve 8350i.  But is a construction worker looking for a push to talk blackberry? Hard to say.                   {.......}

Push to Talk Blackberry Curve 8350i from Sprint A few things about the device in general, TheBlackberry Curve 8350i has all of the same features that you see in any of the other Blackberry Curves from any of the other networks around.  So just incase you forgot what they are here are the basic specs.
·  Built-in capabilities for assisted autonomous GPS capabilities
·  2.0-megapixel digital camera with 5x digital zoom, flash and video recording
·  DataViz Documents to Go is preloaded to make it easy to edit Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents directly on the Smartphone
·  Speakerphone is optimized for sound quality with Direct Connect
·  Advanced Media Player to listen to music, watch videos and show pictures
·  Expandable microSD memory card slot allows plenty of storage for pictures, videos, music and documents
·  Bluetooth version 2.0 with support for (A2DP) stereo Bluetooth and more
Now the part that is supposed to differentiate the phone from others is the push to talk functionality offered.  But honestly other devices such as the Blackberry Curve from AT&T offer a push to talk functionality.  Yet most people still prefer the implementation that is offered from Sprint. Through Direct Connect, users can use walkie-talkie off-network connections. The BlackBerry Curve 8350i is the first BlackBerry to offer Group Connect, letting users’ setup group conversations with up to 20 people.
Another small thing to remember is that this device is thicker and bit larger then it’s normal Blackberry Curve brothers.  Maybe that was to make the device a bit more durable?  I am not sure.

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