Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2011-09-14
Updated on:Apr 01, 2015
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Sleek & Stylish BlackBerry to Connect you with the World
BlackBerry Curve 9360 sports a 2.44 inch TFT Display, which produces 480x360 pixels of resolution. It features a touch sensitive optical trackpad.
It is powered by a 800MHz Processor which is supported by 512MB of RAM for smoother response from the device. It runs on BlackBerry 7 Operating System.
BlackBerry Curve 9360 offers you tons of applications and games, which can be downloaded from BlackBerry World. The BlackBerry Messenger is also there to connect you with your friends on the go.
BlackBerry Curve 9360 is a slim and stylish BlackBerry Smartphone. It faces a tough competition from Google’s Android OS running Smartphones. However, BlackBerry’s BBM and its mailing & connectivity features make it a worth buy package. It is however, one of the best phones available with QWERTY keypad in the market just now.
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22 Photos Pros Cons The Curve 9360 fails to keep pace with other consumer smartphones. It`s woefully inadequate for all but the most basic communication needs. 75 Photos 0 Comments...
With users rushing to denounce BlackBerry and announce they`ll leave the platform, RIM really needs to pull a belter out of the bag to put the horrors of 2011 behind it. Which is where the BlackBerry Curve 9360 comes in. The range has long been one of BlackBerry`s most popular - affordable, but not cheap; sleek, but not too flash. And the bestselling Curve 9300 has now been updated to give even more bang for the buck. 3G, GPS, NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetoo...
Pros: Slim and good-looking, Camera with flash, Screen great for price, Browser displays websites well, Nice to see OS 7 on a cheaper smartphone,
Cons: Photos aren`t brilliant, Battery paltry, We`d kill for some updated games, Phone book could do with a lick of paint, Web pages take ages to load,
Verdict: You`d be forgiven for thinking this is a premium handset, and we wholeheartedly recommend you consider the Curve 9360....
The BlackBerry Curve 9360 is the latest in RIM`s blitz of OS 7 devices to launch this summer, which included the Bold 9900 / 30, the Torch 9810, and the Torch 9850 / 60. The new Curve keeps with the established entry-level brand identity, but takes......
Pros: Slim, pocketable, stylish design ; Reasonable pricetag ; Solid messaging capabilities
Cons: User interface dated ; No auto-focus on camera ; Occasional processor lags
Verdict: As RIM`s new baseline standard, entry-level phone, the Curve 9360 offers a fair bit, and has enough slimness to keep the style-oriented interested. Unfortunately, a lot of the issues that plague RIM`s top-of-the-line OS 7 handsets, like an uncertain....
The BlackBerry Curve is back and is now slimmer and sexier u2014 the thinnest Curve there is. I`ve been using the Curve 9360 for a couple of week now since we went to Jakarta for the BlackBerry launch event last week. Check out our full review of the......
Verdict: of Php16,990 is a bit on the steep side though considering the older and popular Curve 8250 is already in the sub-Php10k range....
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