1. silverbullet's Avatar
    My company is now approving the 8330 Curve as an approved handset. It looks a bit cheaper than the 8830. Would this be a good unit to switch to?

    The GPS does not work on my 8830. Would it work on the 8330?

    I am on telus.
    11-01-09 02:58 PM
  2. jeffh's Avatar
    The 8330 has 50% more available memory, a camera, and will have an OS 5.0 release. The 8830 doesn't have enough memory for OS 5.0 and won't be supported. I don't know if Telus blocks the GPS or not. The 8330 is still a supported phone; the 8830 has been replaced by the 9630. That should help you decide.

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    11-01-09 05:34 PM
  3. mciriello's Avatar
    From a hardware perspective the 8830 is much better; just a more solid, professional unit. It is also a world phone (also works on GSM networks). The Curve has more memory, a camera, and will run OS 5.0.

    For a business phone, I'd take the 8830. Better yet, see if they'll get you a Tour
    11-02-09 08:13 AM