BlackBerry Curve 9380 Review
Very similar to the Curve 9360 look wise, BlackBerry releases Curve 9380 in Dec 2011 but this is a complete touch phone with 3.2” TFT capacitive touchscreen, so the curve family is now decided to transform their capabilities. The QWERTY keyboard disappeared in this touch loving race and now it’s just available in the touch features of the cell phone. It has 5MP with LED flash which support s face detection, Geo-tagging and image stabilization features. The camera records VGA video while the cell phone don’t have front facing camera for video calling and chatting. This phone has 800MHz processor and BlackBerry Operating System 7.0. From the front it has resemblance with Torch 9860, the smooth silver edges and glossy black front give it a valuable look which is a symbol of expensive smartphone.
BlackBerry Curve 9380 supports 2G and 3G networks and it’s weight is 98 g just a gram lesser then Curve 9360. This cell phone has Li-Ion (JM-1) battery which provides 360 hours of standby time and up to 6 hours of talk time. The screen of this cell phone is nice and bright, with nice natural colors not with HD display but excellent viewing angles. The finger print sucker glossy black plastic covered most back area and except the back top where the camera and LED flash is situated. This cell phone supports GPS so you can determine your current location, time and velocity. It is available in black color and has a list of latest features such as SNS document viewer, applications, organizer, predictive text input, voice memo/dial, Mp3 and Mp4. The display resolution is not that good comparatively low which could lose fan-ship as people are interested in HD day a now.
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