Very nice display for budget device.
Excellent size and weight.
Comes with Documents To Go.
Lightweight, slim design.
A full suite of BlackBerry services.
Good call quality.
DivX video playback support.
Noticeable dip in performance whilst multitasking.
Only VGA video recording.
Portrait QWERTY keyboard a bit cramped.
Onscreen typing can be a challenge sometimes.
Battery life needs serious improvement
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.
Limited processing power at 806MHz.
Lack of interesting apps in the BlackBerry App World store.
Occasionally over-sensitive touch-screen.
Lack of social networking integration with contacts.
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By TechSmart.co.za on March 08, 2012
Research In Motion’s (RIM’s) BlackBerry Curve 9380 smartphone has the distinct honour of being the first touch-only smartphone to fall under the company’s Curve range. Compared to devices within the Bold- and Torch ranges, the 9380 is...-
By Tbreak.com on February 26, 2012
Blackberry has certainly come a long way from the boardroom executive to the eleven year old text-happy kid. In a bid to keep users interested in their devices, Blackberry have come out with the Curve 9380, the latest revision in their more affordable...60
By DigitalVersus on February 23, 2012
Our biggest complaint about the new touchscreen BlackBerry Curve 9380 is, well, the fact it doesn't have a physical keyboard any more. A BlackBerry without a keyboard is just another touch-sensitive smartphone, and in this case it has an interface...80
By Phone Arena on February 01, 2012
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...65
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on January 16, 2012
In virtually every sense, the Curve 9380 is a downgraded Torch 9860. While that Torch was a decent effort from RIM, the design brief doesn't transfer as well to a cheaper device. That doesn't mean I think it's a particularly bad phone...-
By tech.uk.msn.com on January 04, 2012
RIM What is it? The latest edition to RIM's mid-range Curve series, with an all-touch screen. What's great Excellent messaging capabilities; surprisingly loud and punchy speaker; future-proof NFC chip for mobile payments. What's not...70
By GSMArena on December 29, 2011
It's like we already met with the Curve 9380. Since it’s a completely different approach to the Curve lineup there is just no basis for parallels with older Curves. But remembering the previous BlackBerry OS 7-based smartphones we had, the...-
By ThinkDigit on December 23, 2011
Quite simply, the Curve 9380 looks like the smaller sibling of the Torch 9860. Admittedly, both phones belong to different series’ of smartphones, but you can see the uncanny resemblance, apart from a slightly smaller display, and considerably...70