Is this phone better than Blackberry Curve 9360? Is this phone already available in the Philippines? How's the battery life? (to all BB Curve 9370 users) PLEASE ANSWER ASAP
A 1000MaH battery, RIM must of been on drugs when they made this phone, quarter day usage at best, with a highres, wifi, HSPA device rocking a 6-7 year old battery when phones had 1.8" low res GSM only running GPRS/EDGE minimally. This is a recipe for disaster.
Yes,we want bold 9790 and curve 9370 in white colour.Because white colour is extremly nice,like that of bold 9900.
Holly93, 03 Mar 2012Question - I had a BlackBerry Curve 8330 a few years ago, and I loved it. I'm actually quite p... moreMy advise would be to wait for the new BB Op System 10 which should be out in mid of this year. BB has a lot of catching up to do vs other smart phones. Some of their handsets with touch screen on OS7 arn't that great as the touch screen uses a lot of power hence drains the battery. BB need to significantly up their game to regain mkt share. New handsets will be out with OS 10, so don't upgrade & commit on long contract until u see these.
na, 02 Mar 2012why r u purchasing the bb phones ?Buy one.. you will get the answer...
im sorry i have to say this, blackberrys are bad phones, they just cool coz of the bis, but otherwise the software and hardware are ancient
Question - I had a BlackBerry Curve 8330 a few years ago, and I loved it. I'm actually quite positive it would have held up for another two years if I hadn't upgraded to a new phone. But I can't really gather much information on any of these newer Curves, and I'll be upgrading again in the next couple of months. I was just wondering if there were any distinct differences in any of the newer Curves, as far as durability and such go. From the reviews I've read so far, it almost seems as though these phones have gone downhill since I had my BlackBerry. So any opinions you might have would be appreciated! I was really looking forward to getting another BlackBerry, because I had nothing but good to say about my other one. Thanks a bunch!
You can follow step by step instruction for Transferring Contacts from Blackberry to iPhone.
Very first step would be backup all your data and update the iTunes and BlackBerry software.
Sync Blackberry contacts with BlackBerry desktop manager & continue to outlook.
Sync your iPhone with outlook.
Go to BlackBerry address book and choose “Outlook” click OK and continue, check “one way to sync from device”, click “next” and “finish”.
Check “Synchronize organizer data”, select “Synchronize”, and unplug your Blackberry thereafter.
Attach iPhone to computer & from iTunes choose “iPhone” tab.
Choose on “Info” tab & click the check box next to “sync contacts from Outlook”, now click All contacts/Selected groups.
Choose “Apply” once your iPhone sync gets completed. Disconnect iPhone from computer.
Enjoy having Blackberry contacts in your iPhone.
Val, 16 Feb 2012Is it true that this BlackBerry often gets stuck?Yes it's had quite a few problems