Summary: Overall opinion: For QWERTY lovers, don’t overlook the BlackBerry Curve 9370. The 9350 and 9360 offer pretty much the same options, but the 9370 allows you to operate the device outside only one type of network.
Summary: The $99.99 BlackBerry Curve 9370 offers all the tried-and-true features BlackBerry users have come to expect in a very compact design. You get a solid keyboard, great messaging capability and long battery life, with world phone capability as a bonus. However, the sluggish 3G Web browsing, small screen with no touch capability, and standard-def video recording make this device a tough sell.
Conclusion: We would have been more interested with the BlackBerry Curve 9370 if it came out last summer, but with it being released months after the Curve 9350 and 9360 , it is really outdated. Not only that, but we believe the $100 on-contract price is asking more than it should be. If you currently own the Curve 9330 and want to stick to BlackBerry, it might be worth the upgrade to the 9370, but for new customers, it doesn’t offer anything exciting over the competition.
Pros: Slim design
Cons: Hardware is outdated, Cramped keyboard, Poor call quality
Summary: RIM just padded its phone line-up with new BlackBerry Curve handsets. The Curve line is the cheaper of all BlackBerry phones and with the release of the new handsets, it is expected that the Curve will retain its position in the BlackBerry hierarchy. BlackBerry Curve 9370 : Identical Appearance with Curve 9360 & 9350 RIM recently released new Bold and Torch handsets and now, it’s the Curve’s turn to get a refresh.