The BlackBerry Curve 8900 has received a highly positive review from PC Advisor.
An overall rating of 4.5 stars out of five was given to the handset, with individual scores of 4.5 also presented for value for money and features.
The website suggested that BlackBerry’s decision to avoid packing the phone full of applications was a good one and pointed out that any extras that a user might want will soon be widely available anyway through Storefront.
It summed the handset up as “a solid, smart but unflashy smartphone that offers all the business connectivity you need and keeps the multimedia features a click away”.
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 can be recycled into cash through Mazuma Mobile, which will pay £64 for working copies and £30 for broken ones.
A company looking to sell ten BlackBerry Curve 8900 mobiles in bulk, for example, could stand to receive £640 in total.