BlackBerry Curve 9380 Features and Specifications

By Bla1ze on 15 Nov 2011 05:27 am EST
BlackBerry Curve 9380

Continuing the BlackBerry Curve line of devices, RIM has no introduced the all new, all touch BlackBerry Curve 9380. The device comes loaded with BlackBerry 7 OS, has a 806Mhz processor and is equipped for both NFC and Augmented Reality. For storage space you get 512 MB RAM; 512MB on-board memory, plus microSD slot supporting up to 32 GB cards. Full specs can be found past the break.

Curve 9380 Features and Specifications

109 x 60 x 11.2 mm, approximately 98g
Display 3.2" capacitive touch screen display - 480x360 pixel HVGA+ 188ppi
Touch screen QWERTY keyboard, optical trackpad
806 MHz processor
512 MB RAM; 512MB on-board memory, plus microSD slot supporting up to 32 GB cards
Camera 5.0 MP camera, Flash, 4X Zoom supports VGA video recording (640x480)
Orientation Sensor (Accelerometer), Proximity Sensor, Ambiant light sensor
GPS Built-in GPS / aGPS
Wifi & Connectivity

Wi-Fi - 802.11 b/g/n with NFC

  • Quad-Band: 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz GSM/GPRS networks
  • Tri-Band UMTS networks: (800 / 850) / 1900 / 2100 MHz or 900 / 1700 / 2100 MHz UMTS
Bluetooth Bluetooth® 2.1+EDR support
Operating System
BlackBerry 7 OS
Battery 1230 mAh removable, rechargeable battery

Reader comments

BlackBerry Curve 9380 Features and Specifications


Its a shame it does not have a 1Ghz processor, but the curve touch is a very attractive looking phone. Looks 10 times better than the 9850/9860.

Well I really like the 9850, but its just that RIM needs to stop making devices 1GHZ or slower. Most entry level phones are 1GHZ or better. I mean their best phones with 1.2GHZ (9900, 9850, 9810) are still behind. When my upgrade comes in December I may need to go Android.....:/

I still can't believe they gave the both new Curve's NFC, but not the 9850/60. The OS7 lineup is very fractured.

This entry level BB phones should more than satisfy their target market. For the rest of us the Bold 9930, Torch 9810 and 9850 are the way to go.

these devices are a sign of what RIM is doing to upgrade their product line. The slowest entry level BB is now faster than the original Torch 1. Which was the fastest BB last year. The new top of the line are way faster with 1.2Ghz.

How pointless and uninspiring... Rim really doesn't have their head in the game at this point... or maybe this was so deep down the pipeline that they had to follow through and now thier going to re focus their efforts....

These devices do nothing but confuse the buyer. RIM needs to reduce the product range...How many new devices do they have now - 8 (not sure)? do they still continue to make OS6 devices as well? I know people are still buying those - not sure if it is just inventory.

All this does is increase costs and create confusion for buyers...I think 6 is more than enough - 2[GSM / CDMA] in each product line.

It's pointless to discredit the company by saying rim released pointless phones. If you don't like what you see, don't buy it, don't complain, don't bash others for owning them either. It's a budget blackberry, so what if it's lower specs. There are many still around including feature phones which have lower specs, some smartphones also have even LOWER specs than that. So give it a break will you?

This phone will sell like hot cakes in the UK if the price is right £120+ eg on Pay as You Go.Rather than a 18 month +contract.Teenagers have not got a lot of cash so it would be a good Xmas gift for them.BB sold shed loads of the Curve 3G etc.
Not every one are speed freaks and want the latest phone with the highest CPU etc.
I have a Torch 9800 suits me fine does what i need it to do so no need to change it ,i can wait 2 secs longer for the browser to load, and it scrolls with no problem.
So as a BB entry phone its great ,which when they want to change to another BB they might buy the new future phones that are coming up.

I was dead set on buying this phone until I found out it has no hotspot capability...I really need that to keep costs low....