What makes the BlackBerry 8830 World Edition an unusual smartphone is the fact that it offers support for both CDMA and GSM cellular-wireless networks. This means that people who use CDMA carriers like Sprint or Verizon can get the 8830 and still make calls outside of the U.S., where all the networks use GSM. It even includes a slot for a SIM card. Aside from this, the 8830 includes a full QWERTY keyboard and a built-in GPS receiver. It is also be one of RIM’s first models to include significant support for multimedia, including playing video and MP3 files.
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