BlackBerry Curve 9380

A look at the BlackBerry Curve 9380
Following in the footsteps of the BlackBerry Torch 9860, the BlackBerry Curve 9380 dropped its physical QWERTY keyboard and went for an all-touch screen interface. This makes it the first touch screen phone in the entry level Curve family.
It features a 3.2-inch TFT capacitive touch screen with 360 x 480 pixels. Below the screen is an optical trackpad. Flanking it are four buttons, two on each side – Call and Options to its right, Back and Hang Up/Power to its left.
Inside the phone is an 800 MHz processor that works well with the BlackBerry OS 7.0, booting the phone in about one minute. Internal memory is 512 MB but with a microSD card slot, this can be expanded up to 32 GB. RAM is also 512 MB.
For capturing photos, the Curve 9830 is equipped with a 5-megapixel camera that is supported with an LED flash for shooting when the lights are low. It includes geo-tagging, face detection, and image stabilization.  It is also capable of capturing videos so you can record your friends in action.
Equipped with a built-in Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, you can browse the Internet using your home or office network, or any available hotspot. It also supports Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, EDR, which allows you to stream stereo music to a compatible headset without those pesky wires hanging from your ears.
With its pre-installed BlackBerry Messenger, Facebook, and Twitter apps, you can quickly log on to your accounts to post your status or tweet your friends.
The BlackBerry Curve 9380 measures 109 x 60 x 11.2 mm, which is almost like the Curve 9360. It weighs 98 grams