T-Mobile BlackBerry 9360 Curve

  • T-Mobile BlackBerry 9360 Curve
70
Based on 22 scores, 31 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    2
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    8
  • Bad:
    7

Pros:

  • Thin; great QWERTY experience; battery life; stylish; less laggy when multitasking compared to 9380.
  • Slimmer design, Responsive platform performance, Long lasting battery life.
  • Sleek looks; Fresh UI; Great keypad; NFC-ready.

Cons:

  • No touchandtype; not the best photo quality during poorly lit conditions; volume rocker on the side hard to press; only VGA recording.
  • Stiff feeling keyboard, Outdated platform experience, No autofocus camera, Poor calling quality

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSmart.co.za on -

Besides the all-touch BlackBerry Curve 9380, Research In Motion (RIM) also offers the more conventional Curve 9360 smartphone as part of its new Curve line-up. Although this device doesn’t sport a touchscreen, it still boast a myriad of...

By Engadget on -

From a technical and innovation standpoint, RIM's current product lineup is running on fumes. In an era when all that keeps the company going is the existing goodwill of its most dedicated users and a vault of cash reserves, it can't afford to...

By CellPhoneQuick on -

Bottom line, the BlackBerry Curve 9360 meant to be a higher specced device then previous Curve generations wrapped into a sleek and ultimately cost-effective form factor and it does that superbly. It’s nice, it feels like a device that will last...

By Wired UK on 60

It's unlikely to win new converts to the BlackBerry way, but if you're already a fan, the Curve 9360 has plenty going for it, including its quality QWERTY keyboard, sleek casing and decent 5-megapixel camera. Pity there is isn't more on...

By TechTree on 60

Expert Review MRP: Rs 20,000Street Price (As On 28-Nov-2011): Rs 19,200 (; )With the 9360, BlackBerry returns to its roots with a QWERTY keypad. The device sports the new , a pixel-packed screen, and a relatively faster CPU than its predecessors. The...

By Tbreak.com on 80

The BlackBerry Curve series has been supporting RIM’s major market share for years, by providing a decent smartphone whose cost of entry is accessible to many. The new Curve 9360 brings this tradition back in the form of a smaller, faster and more...

By GSMArena on -

Comfortably compact and impressively slim, the BlackBerry Curve 9360 looks good and works hard to meet your needs. The newly-found skill makes it the definitive upgrade for anyone coming from a previous generation of the Curves. Even Bold 9700 and...

By RegHardware on 70

On this evidence, BlackBerry’s lower end Curve range is moving steadily up the capability ladder and if you’re a fan of BBM it’s well worth a look. If you're unlikely to fall for the charms of BBM, then there's growing range of...

By CNET UK on 70

The BlackBerry Curve 9360's design is sharper than a Savile Row suit and its Qwerty keyboard is better than ever. If you can endure the phone's failings, this offers an affordable entry into the BlackBerry brigade -- just check out the Android...

By PCWorld India on 72

The Blackberry Curve 9360 is a Research in Motion (RIM) smartphone running Blackberry OS 7....

By IT Reviews on 60

The BlackBerry Curve 9360 might not be the flagship device in the latest RIM BlackBerry launches, but it is a solid handset that adds the capabilities of OS 7 to the tried and tested BlackBerry formula....

By eTech Reviews on -

RIM BlackBerry Curve 9360 is a compact and sleek smartphone device, which makes a great entry level offering for those already in a BlackBerry camp. It offers tactile physical keyboard, can make calls over Wi-Fi and supports BlackBerry 7 operating...

By T3 Magazine on 80

The Curve 9360 might have a few foibles here and there, but on the whole it’s a top quality smartphone with sumptuous lines, a feather-light chassis and some future-proofing thanks to the inclusion of the beepy NFC technology.It lacks the power...

By BrightHub on 80

The BlackBerry Curve 9360 is a great mobile phone to have. However, it lacks any real changes outside of its speed and functionality. The phone still maintains the same Curve look although it's more secure and more polished than older models....

By TechRadar on 90

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...

By ThinkDigit on 60

What we get with the Curve 9360 is a combination of a sleek form factor, a classy finish, good display and a new OS. However, what disappoint are the hard keypad, bad battery life and the price. Price because this is retailing at almost the price of...

By 3G UK on 50

Having to use a trackpad instead of a touchscreen is just too dated for us – so if you’re tempted to buy a BlackBerry on a contract we suggest you spend that bit more and get the far more desirable Bold 9900. Blackberry Curve 9360...

By Mobile Choice on 40

It’s hard to recommend the Curve 9360 – the lack of a touch-screen is just too big a problem to overlook and there are loads of Android’s packing decent QWERTY keyboards that are much more affordable...

By PC Mag on 70

The RIM BlackBerry Curve 9360 is no longer a standout smartphone, but it's a solid budget device for the BlackBerry faithful....

By Phone Arena on 80

Not all of us can afford to experience RIM’s latest and greatest offering, but for those looking for something reasonable without sacrificing too much of the experience, the BlackBerry Curve 9360 proves its worth – especially in its pricing....