- Height 109 mm / 4.29 in
- Width 60 mm / 2.36 in
- Thickness 12.7 mm / 0.5 in
- Weight 103 g / 3.63 oz
- O.S 7.1
- Screen: 2.44” TFT qVGA 320 x 240 -164ppi
- Processor 800mhz
- Ram 512mb
- Memory 512mb + Micro SD up to 32GB
- Camera 3.2MP + Flash
The new range of Blackberry Curve devices definitely have an improved look to them over the previous 8000 generation. Starting with the front it features the usual full qwerty keyboard along with the usual 5 buttons including the trackpad, on this one these buttons are all separate individual buttons. I like this over the ones built into the screen as they tend to be better with dust as well as feeling more secure.
Well it’s only a curve so it cant be THAT GOOD… or can it?
This phone lets you do literally everything you need to and performs very well. With O.S 7.1 on it you have access to all the current software features Blackberry provide and with most of it the phone copes pretty well with.
Loading videos on YouTube takes a few seconds but once loaded run smoothly with no buffering needed whatsoever
I did notice though that sometimes the phone did seem to temporarily crash when you either tried to do a bunch of things too fast or tried to do too many things at one time.
A very nice phone to use with the most up to date operating system by Blackberry. Sure it has its faults but for its price it is a really good phone and definitely a bargain especially if you are going to take full advantage of it’s functionality.