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The Curve 9360, an aesthetic product of BlackBerry, is believed to impress a number of technology lovers with its classic attributes as well as completely QWERTY keyboard and a 2.4-inch screen. Besides this, the elegant device is powered with a nice resolution of 480x360 pixels. However, it is not a touch sensitive device but possess excellent features for navigating menus as well as web pages.
This screen offers an okay resolution of 480x360 pixels. It's not touch sensitive, but that's not too much of a problem because the optical trackpad, beneath it, does a very good job of navigating menus and web pages. You can control its sensitivity too to suit your own preferences. The square-shaped screen lends itself to browsing, though the small size can be an issue, so video and films tend to look cramped.
A 5-megapixel camera is also there to support LED flash along with image stabilization and face detection capabilities is one of its most charming feature. The high caliber camera is potential to deliver perfect pictures in good light. However, it lacks the autofocus feature. Besides autofocus, video recording is also observed at VGA level (640x480 pixels), without any HD option.
It has built-in memory of 512 MB in order to save images, videos as well as tunes, though users can make use of a microSD card to extend it up to 32GB. Simultaneously, it is believed to have a good battery backup.
Recently, BlackBerry India has launched three latest smartphones, including BlackBerry Curve 9350 that is also enabled to support CDMA networks. Besides technological aspects, the device is believed to earn popularity because of beautiful and sleek design as well as 2.44-inches TFT LCD.