The RIM BlackBerry Curve-8330 is the CDMA version of the popular BlackBerry Curve smartphone series. It has a somewhat attractive design and enough opportunities for everyone working in the corporate world about this phone as a necessity. The smartphone comes in a titanium color, though unlike the AT&T BlackBerry Curve 8310, the QWERTY keyboard features black keys and a black trim around the display instead of silver. The bright QVGA (320 x 240 pixel) screen does a solid job of displaying text and some pictures. However, the Curve, like other current BlackBerry products, uses some archaic fonts which take up more space than they probably should. That being said, most items are quite readable in most lighting conditions. As with the latest BlackBerry models, the Curve also has a light-sensing technology that automatically adjusts the backlight depending on whether you're in a dark room, outdoors, and so forth. This function worked well, and we found the display to be sharp and readable in most situations--colors do tend to wash out in bright sunlight. Though the BlackBerry Curve 8330 comes with Sprint's home screen set as the default, you can change the background display and theme, as well as the font size and font type. Bluetooth is featured as an additional wireless option for headsets and dial up networking (DUN) connectivity. Using Bluetooth, the Curve can be utilized as a modem for laptops and tablet PCs. Depending on the plan level, there may be an additional cost to use this feature. The trackball is flanked by four application buttons: green and red call buttons, a menu button, and a back button. While small, these gave great feedback and didn't get in the way when using the trackball or QWERTY keyboard.Sprint packages its RIM BlackBerry Curve 8330 with an AC adapter, a USB cable, a wired headset, a 1GB microSD card, a software CD, and reference material.