Davis BlackBerry Curve 9220 Review

The interface of Blackberry Davis is very similar to the Blackberry Bellagio, but the brightness and color depth is still superior to Bellagio, but lost in the OS used by Blckberry Davis. Not only that, Blackberry Davis also has advantages when compared with its predecessor Gemini series.


Dimensions: 109 x 60 x 12.7 mm, 102 gram, full QWERTY keyboard, trackpad, a plastic material; 3.5 mm audio port and the lock button on the upper side; volume control, mute buttons and convenience keys on the right side; microUSB port and the fuel on the left side.
Of physical appearance alone, PULSE can instantly feel the legacy of Gemini at Davis. Her face looks so similar and differ only in the 4 main buttons accompanying the trackpad. Three multimedia control buttons on the upper side it was on the Gemini, is now changing a single lock button.


TFT, 65K colors, 320 x 240 pixels, 2:44 inches (~ 164 ppi)
Have the same dimensions like those of Apollo Davis did not make the screen capable of displaying images as well as the BlackBerry 9360 series. Because Davis has only real screen resolution Gemini level that automatically not as good as the Apollo screen shows the sharpness of detail, especially on the object when enlarged (zoom in).


2 MP, 1600x1200 pixels, geotagging
Being in the lowest castes latest generation of BlackBerry make Davis into the final sequence, especially in several key features, one of the cameras. Davis has the ability to capture static images in the size of 2MP resolution only, not like others who have a 5MP.

Not only that number of features are also simplified. Choice of scene modes for example, if the others such as Apollo and the Bellagio have up to 11 choices, the only available option auto Davis and night.

Video Recorder

Maximum resolution VGA (680 x 480), 2.6 x zoom
In line with the camera features photographs, some video recorder capabilities are also removed at Davis when compared to the previous version, including image stabilization.

Connectivity and Browser

GSM 850/900/1800/1900, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, microUSB 2.0, GPRS, EDGE; Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n
One of the benefits of BlackBerry OS 7.1 on BlackBerry Tag feature that uses NFC (near field communication). Unfortunately you will not find it at Davis.

Users should also be satisfied by the data path 2G to surf through the service operator. But if possible, you can use WiFi to surf faster.


Li-Ion 1450 mAh (J-S1), Battery Saving Mode
Despite losing several factors of the brothers, but Davis did have its own advantages which can not be matched another new BlackBerry, even by the most expensive such as the Dakota though.

Davis provided the greatest power battery, 1450mAh. Compare to Apollo's 1000mAh battery powered or battery-power-type JM-1 used 1230mAh Dakota, Jennings (Torch 2), the twins also Monaco and Monza Orlando.

With a screen that is also not touch screen and inferior specification, the power of it certainly can give the breath a lot longer than other BlackBerry.

Barely there, Davis has a Battery Saving Mode feature that automatically adjusts the settings on Davis to maximize battery power remaining.


512 MB ​​ROM, 512 MB ​​RAM
Compared to its predecessor which is a Gemini, Davis would have meant an increase in performance with a RAM memory support two-fold greater. Unfortunately for the storage media users must add a microSD external memory is not available in the sales package.

Social and Messaging

BBM version 6.1, push email, social feeds
As with other smartphones of the latest generation of BlackBerry, Davis is also equipped with the latest updates BlackBerry Messenger promising Blackberry Messenger experience more enjoyable. Especially with the increasing number of applications connected to the Blackberry Messenger available in App World.

Not only Blackberry Messenger but also present social feeds, allowing users to monitor the Davis latest updates from your friends in the BBM, Facebook, Twitter, GTalk and Yahoo Messenger through one application.

Media Player and FM Radio

Audio formats:. Mp4,. M4a, .3 pg, .3 GP2,. M4v,. Avi,. Asf,. Mp3,. Wmv,. Wma,. Flac,. Ogg,. Aac,. Amr,. Wav,. Mid ; video formats:. mp4,. m4a, .3 gp, .3 GP2,. m4v,. avi,. asf,. wmv,. wma; image formats:. BMG. jpg,. gif,. png,. tif,. WBMP; FM Radio
To measure mid-end phone, Davis supports video and audio formats are quite diverse. And like other such new Curve 9360 (Apollo) and 9380 (Orlando), Davis also has a FM radio feature as an alternative to the current playlist mainstay of entertainment began to seem boring.

• the latest BlackBerry OS version 7.1
• Fuel 6
• Push email capable BlackBerry-style
• Fares with BlackBerry OS 7
• Battery durable


• To the extent 2G Network Connection
• Without a touch screen

BlackBerry seemed pretty confident with the two superior service BlackBerry Messenger and Push Email in real time, so it was only by relying on this alone could sell their products on the market. Davis one of the proofs, in the time of its competitors with the 3G support is in the range of the price tag of under one million, Davis instead restricted to the 2G network.

But it can not be denied that the fuel and an exclusive chat application capable BlackBerry-style push email that famous still some people an excuse to keep using a BlackBerry and turned away from other operating systems are on the rise. PULSE thus predict that this product is not likely to repeat the success of its predecessor, the BlackBerry Gemini.

Blackberry Davis 9220 Full Spesification
Network GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Type TFT, 65K colors
Size 320 x 240 pixels, 2:44 inches (~ 164 ppi pixel density) - Touch-sensitive optical trackpad
Type 109 x 60 x 12.7 mm / 102 g Keyboard, QWERTY
Vibration Features: Polyphonic (64), MP3 ringtones
3.5mm audio jack
speakerphone Yes
Internal 512 MB ROM, 512 MB ​​RAM
External Micro SD card slot up to 32GB
3G is
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n
Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, EDR
infrared is
USB / Port v2.0 microUSB
Primary 2 MP, 1600x1200 pixels
No secondary
Video Record Yes
Type Standard battery, Li-Ion 1450 mAh (J-S1)
Up to 432 h standby
Talk Time Up to 7 h
OS BlackBerry OS 7.1
Single Core CPU, 800 Mhz Processor
HTML browser
Messaging SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
Java No, Additional Features: Stereo FM radio with RDS - Organizer - Document viewer - Voice memo / dial - Predictive text input
Multiple SIM Not
Video Player H.264/H.263/MP4 player
MP3 Player MP3/eAAC + / WMA / WAV / FLAC Player
Audio Record Yes

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