Review of BlackBerry Curve 9380

Blackberry is one of the most recognised cell phone brands in the world mobile industry. The manufacturer has launched many successful handsets which are largely popular among the consumers. Among the latest releases from the brand, the Blackberry Curve 9380 has brought something different to their classic QWERTY packing handset.

This device carries a full 3.2 inch touchscreen, offering an alternative to their broadly recognised format. The TFT capacitive touchscreen fitted to the handset has a resolution of 360x 480, which is not up to the standard to the high resolution displays which are found on devices like the iPhone 4S or Samsung Galaxy Nexus, however, it still does a superb job providing respectable levels of display quality. It is likely to attest ideal for everyday tasks and viewing the occasional video and images, although in case you intend to make use of your phone for heavy multimedia use it may pay to look elsewhere. The touchscreen functionality is moderately approachable thanks to an 806 MHz processor, and there is also an optical trackpad included as an alternative means of navigating the Blackberry 7.0 interface.

The handset has been imbibed with 512 megabytes of storage capacity which is enough house a variety of files including music tracks, videos and images, although it is an excellent idea to take advantage of the built in microSD slot which can further support a memory card up to 32GB which can contentedly store thousands of music tracks as well as other file types like images, videos and documents. 512 megabytes of RAM is also included, which allows the handset to run efficiently. As a web browsing device, the Blackberry Curve 9380 depends on HSDPA when using 3G coverage, which ends up in first rate download and streaming speeds, but the Wi-Fi connection means that you will be available with a much faster and more reliable connection everytime you have access to a wireless network.

Blackberry handsets are usually extensively known for their net browsing capabilities and the Curve 9380 is no different thanks to these connection methods and the net browsing application of the Blackberry 7.0 operating process. The Blackberry Curve 9380 has a built-in five mega pixel camera that provides results which are sure to satisfy and delight maximum users. In case, you are looking for a high-tech camera phone, there are better options available in the market, but for those who only use the camera to take pictures and videos occasionally, this is the ideal handset.

The camera comes equipped with various standard features like autofocus, face detection, picture stabilisation, face detection and an LED flash. The Blackberry Curve 9380 is firmly a mid range smartphone from the company which is available to the consumers from every income group. Although the specifications offered by the phone are by no means at the top finish of what is available today, it does a great job performing everyday tasks. For those who are familiar with the Blackberry OS interface or those who are a fan of the brand in general, it offers a great alternative for those who prefer the functionality of a full sized touchscreen than the QWERTY keyboard that also has been offered by the manufacturer in its earlier releases.

4 Thoughts on “Review of BlackBerry Curve 9380

  1. Hi,

    Very Good review,

    I am a big fan of RIM blackberry Curve series… :)

  2. A magazine theme would make ur blog look nicer :)

  3. Spencer Jackson on April 23, 2012 at 12:28 pm said:

    I am always waiting for your review on more blackberry phones. Please Keep posting your good reviews….

  4. Victor Hall on April 25, 2012 at 10:55 am said:

    The only one thing I am disappointed with the phone is its battery, otherwise it would have a lovely phone

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