The Curve 9350 keeps you camera ready with 5 megapixel camera at its back. It comes with an LED flash to get you clear pictures even when the light is dim. With 4x digital zoom, you can take a close shot snap by focusing on a particular object in the frame. You can record videos with 640 x 480 pixels resolution. Additionally, it supports geo-tagging to help you recognize at a later time the place where you clicked a particular photo. This camera offers you image stabiliser to reduce blurriness when you click a snap of an object in motion.
DesignThe Blackberry Curve 9350 attracts you with its compact design accompanied by rounded corners. You will notice a glossy finish on the front panel from top to bottom. Below the screen you will find an optical trackpad surrounded by keys for Send, Menu, Back and End or Power. On the left side of the device, you will find a microUSB port, while the right side carries the volume rocker along with a shortcut key. On the top, there is a 3.5 mm audio jack along with the lock key.
Storage and BatteryThe Blackberry 7 based smartphone is powered by 1000 mAh Li-Ion battery to deliver you a talk time of up to 5 hours. This phone takes care of all your storage related worries by offering you an option to expand the memory up to 32 GB.
Connectivity and FeaturesThe Blackberry Curve lets you browse fast Internet with 3G support. You can use this feature for video chat or to stream live videos on your cellphone. There is an option to get connected to the world of Internet with Wi-Fi; you will have to connect to the nearest Wi-Fi hotspot for the same. To enable you to glide in to your virtual profile from anywhere at any time, this phone features Facebook and Twitter apps. Additionally, there are apps for Yahoo, Gtalk and Blackberry Messenger.
The Blackberry Curve supports A-GPS with Blackberry maps to help you navigate your way through an unknown city and reach your destination. The Curve comes with Bluetooth and USB to help you send and receive files from your device. Further, you will find NFC that lets you tap your device against any NFC enabled device for file transfer. You can use Pushmail to check your mails in real time and the document viewer helps you access and edit files that will otherwise require a laptop or a desktop.
A super slim smartphone for CDMA finally
23 Feb, 2012