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Review: BlackBerry Curve 9380

updated 03:55 pm EST, Sun December 18, 2011

We review the smallest BlackBerry ever

RIM has usually tried to chase the high end of the smartphone market when it adds a touchscreen: the Storm, the Torch, and the newest Bold phones are all aimed at the same crowd as the iPhone and top Android hardware. With only a limited amount of success, then, it's taken a fresh strategy of bringing a touchscreen to the Curve line for the first time. We'll see in our review of the BlackBerry Curve 9380 if shrinking down and aiming for cost has given RIM a chance at carving out a lead in a young category.

by MacNN Staff



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    BlackBerry Curve 9380 Review

    Though the resolution is very less as compared to what the other high end smartphones are offering, but BlackBerry Curve 9380 believes that this low priced high end smartphone still can go longer.

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