BlackBerry Curve 9380 Images and Photo Gallery

By Michelle Haag on 15 Nov 2011 05:28 am EST
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BlackBerry Curve 9380
The finely crafted BlackBerry Curve 9380 is the first all-touch smartphone in the BlackBerry Curve family. Featuring BlackBerry OS7, a brilliant 3.2” high resolution display and preinstalled social networking apps, this device delivers a smoothly integrated mobile experience. It also has a 5MP camera with flash and video, to make that experience even richer. Check out the new Curve after the break, and check back for more pics when we get our hands on one!  

Research In Motion expands BlackBerry 7 portfolio: New BlackBerry Bold 9790 and BlackBerry Curve 9380 Smartphones announced

BlackBerry Curve 9380

BlackBerry Curve 9380

BlackBerry Curve 9380

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BlackBerry Curve 9380 Images and Photo Gallery

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This is what the 9860 shoulda looked like. Though still not to keen on the track pad but no buttons!!! Having the os7 software makes it all the sweeter.Definitely reminicent of the storm 2. Might be tempted to add to my collection.

As I'm holding and typing this from my 9860, I couldn't disagree more. The buttons around the trackad help out lot due to the thinness of the device. They prevent accidental option menu/back screen selections. Plus the ergonomic design is far more appealing than this Curve.

I have the 9850 and I don't see how having buttons around the track pad could prevent you from accidental selections. If anything, a raised button will actually cause more selections. I keep my phone in my pocket and have to keep it locked, otherwise its doing all sorts of stuff. I definitely think they should not have released the Torch 9850/9860 with raised buttons. Isn't the whole thinness arguement purely speculation anyways?

-1 Absolutely not this thing is ridiculously small and 2 steps back in design for Rim.... i hope you didnt mean the dimensions..

Exacly what I was thinking. I loved the size of my S2. I wish they would have hot rodded that thing with a faster processor though.

The fact that this phone will ever see the light of the day is indicative of why RIM is mired in mediocrity right now. I would have loved to have been in the product meeting when it was determined that it would be a good thing to have two phones that look exactly alike yet have different names and then have two phones that look completely different and share the same product line name.

Completely asinine.

RIM is putting out too many devices. Its seems pretty confusing.

I think they should have created a different series name for the all-touch devices.

Recently, I tried to check out some Samsung phones. Went to att.com and click Samsung. Infuse/Captivate/Galaxy SI/Galaxy SII/Galaxy SII SkyRocket and that doesn't even count the windows ones...Focus vs Focus S vs Focus Flash...

Definitely not saying they are the only one doing stupid stuff like this, but in the shape RIM is in right now they should be narrowing their focus and not saturating the market with a confusing product lineup. Do a Bold (stop this 9900/9930 nonsense), a Torch (with the slider), a Curve (entry level with QWERTY), and a full screen touch (and call it something other than Torch).

Do those four phones, stop with the product numbers, and spread out the product cycles so they aren't releasing them right on top of one another.

You should put your application in for Rim's development branch because obviously they dont know what their doing and have lost their "professional" touch. Then they could hire my 5yr old cousin...