Blackberry Curve 9380

After years of producing devices that are known for their excellent QWERTY keyboard, RIM finally have a full touchscreen device released as part of their supply curve models. The Blackberry Curve 9380 is the ideal phone for people who want the excellent messaging features traditionally associated with these devices, but with a larger screen is perfect for web browsing.
Earlier in the year we saw a few new models released in the Blackberry Bold range saw a small capacitive touchscreen added to the traditional QWERTY keyboard. The new Blackberry Curve 9360 have gone a step further and completely eliminate the keyboard and with a high quality 3.2 inch screen capable of displaying a respectable resolution of 360 x 480 pixels. This screen shows a total of 188 pixels per inch, which is much lower than most premium models, but we must not forget that this is a budget smartphone, and this figure is far superior to models offered at a comparable price. There are four capacitive buttons located below the screen, known as the optical trackpad for when you need some very precise navigation. Blackberry Curve 9380 In terms of the design of the model measures 109 x 60 x 11.2 mm, making it a compact phone that certainly does not feel intrusive when placed in a bag. At 98 grams in weight, the model is also one of the most lightweight phones that you might encounter with a weight of almost 40 grams lighter than the iPhone 4S. Despite its incredibly light weight of the phone knows to feel like a premium device and has the excellent quality we have come to associate with Blackberry models.
The Blackberry Curve 9380 has some excellent multi-media features that appeal to many potential consumers. The phone offers a high quality digital still camera that can capture images at a resolution of 5 million pixels. The camera is accompanied by some excellent features to help you achieve the best possible results. Image stabilization software is included to help minimize camera shake and Face Detection automatically focuses on faces in the shot people. If you prefer to record video then the phone has to offer VGA results, but these are not the same high standards as the photographic images that the device can produce. Lots of storage space is included for your media files in the form of 512MB internal capacity, but there is also a micro SD card slot that you can use. This slot accepts cards up to 32GB sizes, which transforms the space and ensures that all collections of photos, videos and music can be carried around on the phone.
The Blackberry Curve 9380 is undoubtedly the most impressive budget smartphone ever released by RIM. The full touch screen works very well and provides a high standard of image, while the excellent multi-media facilities further enhance the appeal of this exciting new model.


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