BlackBerry Curve 8900 smartphone from AT&T | Gadget Folder Free …

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It has supports DivX, XviD (MPEG4 Advanced Simple Profile), H.263, WMV3 for video playback and MP3 , AAC, WAV, WMA for audio playback. It has 256MB internal memory and support microSD memory card. …

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