BlackBerry Curve 9360 Review: Up And AboutBy cheatmaster 12:32 Wed, 11 Aug 2021 Comments
This QWERTY messenger is compact and to the point, with clean and grown up design. The Curve 9360 is sure it can deliver, its confidence unshaken by unknowns and uncertainties. RIM must've enjoyed the safety and comfort of doing what they're best at.
BlackBerry Curve 9360 official pictures
The recent Brecent flagship and the next Torch generation did the Curve 9360 a favor by taking the pressure of high expectations off it. All it needs to do is focus on the vital stuff: giving business users and heavy texters the quality service they deserve. And by the way, it should be the best Curve experience they ever had.
The higher-res screen, robust processor and the recent BlackBerry Operating System (OS) 7.0 with NFC support propel the 9360 into an entirely different dimension. Well out of reach for the Curve as we krecent it - stuck at QVideo Graphics Array (VGA) screens and 2 or 3 MegaPixel (MP) cameras. In fact, it's an option that Brecent 9700 and 9780 users would do well to consider. Blasphemy - upgrading from a Brecent to a Curve! Well, no more. Just hold a closer see at the specs.
- Quad-band Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) and tri-band 3G support
- 7.2 Mbps HSDPA and 2 Mbps HSUPA
- 2.46" 16M-color TFT landscape display of HVGA+ resolution (480x360)
- Full QWERTY keyboard
- Optical trackpad
- 800Mega Hertz (MHz) processor
- 512Mega Bytes (MB) RAM, 512Mega Bytes (MB) ROM
- Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) b/g/n connectivity
- NFC support
- GPS with A-GPS connectivity
- Bluetooth v2.1
- 5 megapixel fixed focus, Video Graphics Array (VGA) video recording
- BlackBerry Operating System (OS) 7
- Hot-swappable microSD card slot (up to 32GB), 4GB card in the box
- 3.5 mm audio jack
- Decent audio quality
- Office document editor
- Smart dialing
- DivX and XviD video support
- BlackBerry Internet Service account is a must to like all phone features
- Poor still capturing camera quality
- Bland text-only submenus
- Rigid call and navigation keys
- Fixed focus camera
- No HD video
- Glossy back panel prevents fine grip, easily greased up
With the Brecent stepping across into touchscreen, the Curve has recent found space for growth. And the popular line of BlackBerries didn't hesitate to seize the opportunity. The Curve 9360 is a robust upgrade of its predecessor and a huge step forward for the entire lineup.
BlackBerry Curve 9360 live shots
Respectful of rank and tradition, but not constrained by them, the recent Curve 9360 is unafraid to push into recent territories. And it doesn't need to push too hard to impress a recent crowd. There will be plenty of returning customers to attdiscontinue to. The Curve 9360 does well to create them feel at home.
This is in small part due to the design and feel of the handset, which we're about to explore. Interested? See you correct after the break.
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