Owners of the BlackBerry Curve 9360 are real heroes!
30 May 2014
Excerpt: The BlackBerry Curve 9360 is one of the sexiest BlackBerrys ever. But it is also one of the most crippled. You see, it has a puny 1,000 mAh battery. The first time I saw the battery rating years back, I wondered silently, “What were these guys thinking?
Conclusion: The Curve 9360 might have a few foibles here and there, but on the whole it’s a top quality smartphone with sumptuous lines, a feather-light chassis and some future-proofing thanks to the inclusion of the beepy NFC technology.
Pros: Sleek design, Slick keyboard, Budget option, Has NFC
Cons: Average camera, Slower processor, Video not much cop
Excerpt: BlackBerry is on the offensive -- having only just spawned three new mobiles that use its new BlackBerry 7 operating system, it's got a fourth lined up already. The BlackBerry Curve 9360 is a slim phone with a full Qwerty keypad, aimed directly at the younger market.
Excerpt: The Video - Curve 9360 Of course, the ritual unboxing of the BlackBerry Curve 9360 had to happen. Watch Bla1ze walk through the new Curve in detail. Expand for full view or hit the link below.
Pros: Slim, lightweight, Much improved web browser, Return to the rugged feeling the Curve series had, Excellent build quality, RIM has moved away from making the BlackBerry Curve line feel cheap. Instead, they've given it a more solid, sleek feel all while making sure it still remains cost effective f...
Cons: No HD video recording, Battery door sucks, EDoF camera (opinion based), The 800MHz processor still shows signs of slowness, while other devices got bumped to 1.2GHz, the Curve 9360 did not. The lack of HD video recording is pretty far up there on our bad list as well to say the least (and we're s...
Conclusion: If you're loyal to BlackBerry, the Curve 9360 is a good bet. Its keyboard is well liked, and its display is an upgrade. On the other hand, surfing the web could be a trying experience, and you'll need to invest in a microSD card to get decent storage space.
Pros: Responsive QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi calling
Cons: Mixed call quality, Mixed data speeds, Lack of third-party apps
Excerpt: Aaron reviews RIM's newest device, the BlackBerry Curve 9360 , which is available at T-Mobile now (in black). It packs an 800 MHz processor, 2.4-inch display (which isn't a touchscreen), 5-megapixel camera with flash, a full QWERTY keyboard, and BlackBerry 7.
Conclusion: The Blackberry Curve 9360 is a well built, user-friendly device that performs the key Blackberry features like Messaging and Email very well and with a redesigned interface, new svelte design and better camera features, it’s certainly superior to the 9300.
Pros: Svelte design and solid build, Affordable price, BBM and email, Resigned interface
Cons: No touchscreen, Lack of HD movie capture, Limited apps
Conclusion: I honestly find doing Blackberry reviews difficult, because there is little differentiation across models: minus the Storm and Torch series, they are the same form factor. They mostly have similar features in terms of hardware and software. The 9360 does everything you’d expect it to do.