Mobile Phones: BlackBerry Curve
News & Reviews: BlackBerry Curve
Last Updated: Sep 01, 2010
In this day and age, having a 3G connection on your smartphone shouldn’t really be a selling feature. It should be a given, like saying that your smartphone has the ability to update Twitter or organize your schedule. Even so, it seems that one of the primary selling points of the new BlackBerry Curve 9300 is exactly that, since it is also marketed as the BlackBerry Curve 3G.
BlackBerry Curve 9300 - Features and Specifications:
As a Curve, the BlackBerry 9300 is a very clear step down from even older devices like the BlackBerry Bold 9700. The price reflects that, but be prepared to make some sacrifices. For instance, it only has a 2.0-megapixel camera and that doesn’t even come with flash. There’s just 256MB of internal memory, but you can expand that with the included microSD memory card slot. The rest of the specs are better than some Curves from the past though.
Last Updated: Oct 01, 2011
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. The new BlackBerry Curve 9370, 9360 and 9350 handsets are identical in appearance and only differ in the networks supported — the 9730 is supports GSM / CDMA, the 9360 supports GSM / UMTS, and the 9350 is CDMA-only.
Last Updated: Sep 01, 2011
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.
BlackBerry Curve 9360: Design & Build
The phone is an impressive 11mm thick and comes with the same keyboard as others in the Curve range, meaning more lozenge keys that sit separate from one another. The phone still has the same optical trackpad as all the others in the range.
The side of the phone has a helpful little camera button, which we’re always pleased to see – it might not be much used as the trackpad is best for landscape shots, but it’s an easy way to fire up the camera.
Last Updated: Sep 25, 2013
Some leaked images of a QWERTY equipped BlackBerry device have recently appeared. The device may be going by the codename Kopi and is said to be positioned below the BlackBerry Q5. It is also expected to come without 4G LTE. From all appearances, it looks a lot like the BlackBerry Curve and has a removeable battery with expandable microSD slot. It may also be running BlackBerry 10.2. With the BlackBerry Q5 retailing at RM1299 and this BlackBerry Kopi not having any LTE, a below RM1000 pricing could be the only way it would make a dent in the current market. Hopefully, BlackBerry makes the right pricing choice, but we wouldn't hold our breath on it. Unfortunately, no Malaysia release dates or pricing just yet but stay tuned and we'll keep you updated. Check out the pics in the article.
Last Updated: Jan 31, 2012
BlackBerry Curve 9220 Malaysia Specs & Rumors:
BlackBerry Curve 9220 rumors will be release soon on 2012. The BlackBerry Curve 9220 price in Malaysia is yet to be annouce.
Last Updated: Jan 31, 2012
BlackBerry Curve 9320 Malaysia Specs & Rumors:
BlackBerry Curve 9320 rumors will be release soon on 2012. The BlackBerry Curve 9320 price in Malaysia is yet to be annouce.