Conclusion: The BlackBerry Curve 9380 is an interesting foray in the touchscreen-only jungle by RIM, which probably meant to create a decent consumer-oriented budget device with its services staples. Yet when you get rid of one huge advantage for BlackBerry aficionados, which is the physical keyboard, and replace it with an on-screen one plastered over a wimpy 3.2-incher, eyebrows are bound to be raised.
Pros: A full suite of BlackBerry services, Good call quality, DivX video playback support
Cons: Pricey for the specs, yet unappealing to the typical BlackBerry user, Stiff volume rocker and camera keys, Fixed-focus rear camera and no front-facing cam
Conclusion: It's horses for courses, but if you don't want the bulk of its larger cousin, the Curve 9380 offers a slick little package with a decent range of features so long as you're not expecting especially high performance.
Pros: Slim and sleek styling, BlackBerry 7 OS
Cons: Screen not too sharp, onscreen keyboard a bit cramped, processor shows occasional signs of lag, awkward hard buttons, not a great selection in BlackBerry App World
Summary: • Facilitated with SNS applications • Integrated with high speed EDGE and GPRS • The availability of MP3/eAAC+/WMA/WAV/FLAC and MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV players offer excellent music experience • Curve 9380 keeps the user socially connected • Advanced BBM-connected applications • GPS receiver and BlackBerry maps preloaded • Facebook and Twitter pre-installed • Ultra-fast boot times • BlackBerry’s proprietary email service and data security • No video calling • No physical...
Pros: Facilitated with SNS applications , Integrated with high speed EDGE and GPRS , The availability of MP3/eAAC+/WMA/WAV/FLAC and MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV players offer excellent music experience , Curve 9380 keeps the user socially connected , Advanced BBM-connected applications , GPS receiver and BlackBerry maps preloaded , Facebook and Twitter pre-installed , Ultra-fast boot times , BlackBerry’s proprietary email service and data security
Cons: No video calling , No physical QWERTY keyboard , Unavailability of FM radio , No Flash support for the web browser , Screen has no haptic feedback
Conclusion: Blackberry lance un nouveau Curve… mais cette fois sans clavier mécanique. Le 9380 arbore un grand écran tactile. Ce changement est-il à la hauteur de ces concurrents ? Réponse dans ce test.
Pros: Grand écran tactile, légèreté, Blackberry Messenger, finitions, autonomie en push, puce NFC
Cons: Absence d’enregistrement vidéo HD, petite mémoire interne, clavier virtuel très moyen, navigation entre onglets poussive, paramétrages austères et complexes