asim, 02 Apr 2012Bobby, If you need a good battery life in BB, just DON'T choose touchscreen. Thanks Asim, that is what my concern is. In that case I should go for 9780, I think.
BB user, 02 Apr 2012I do suggest that you may use BB9900. The performance is great. Just that you may want some ti... moreThanks Bro. Just one small issue-if I donot want touchscreen and need good battery life should I go for 9900 or 9780? Of course, with 9780 I may have to sacrifice processor speed and memory.
ok ok battery life!
actually all smartphones have this type of battery life!
the best bb ever!
and its reasonable also!
too good! :D
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2012Should i go 4 9360 or blackery bold 9780Go 4 blackery bold 9780. Personal preference
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2012Should i go 4 9360 or blackery bold 9780I suggest u go for the 9360. You'd love the updated OS. Forget all the noise about it's poor battery life. The question is, 'which bb device doesn't have a crappy battery life?'
kuldx, 02 Apr 2012after update the software will FM radio worksYes, The FM is working for OS 7.1
Bobby, 01 Apr 2012Hi All, I want to buy a Blackberry mobile-may be in a month's time. My requirements are: ... moreI do suggest that you may use BB9900. The performance is great. Just that you may want some time spend with this device, if you have concern regarding BB handset don't hesitate to shoot a reply.
I want to buy a Blackberry mobile-may be in a month's time. My requirements are:
1.Good battery life
3.Ease of use(user friendliness)
4.Reasonable camera performance
5.Qwerty key pad
6.Good music quality
7.Reasonable internal storage
What I don't want:
The phone will be used mostly for official work.So, nothing better than BB,I think. Accessing net
for entertainment will be part-time job.
I am a middle level banker and have so far mostly used Nokia phones( using C7 and E72 presently).
My budget for this new handset is around 30K.
Request the actual users to help me in selecting the correct BB model.Or, should I look for some
other handset like Samsung/HTC/Motorola?
This phone is really great. Super!
This are the but:
1. Battery NO GOOD! (It drains easily esp too many apps are open and continues using)
2. Poor camera feature.
twinkychick, 25 Mar 2012How or where can I get this upgrade? I've had my phone a few days and the battery doesn't even... moreAlright, you can surf to www.berryshout.com and from there, you can see the latest update for Curve 9360. The latest update for Curve 9360 is 220.127.116.116. Just download from any telco.
Hope it helps.
i want to ask some questions about this phone.
1. How much time it takes for charging??
2. Does this phone has flash player??
3. Whats about the gaming in this device?
should I buy BB 9360 OR 9380????
I'm so loving my BB 9360. I got mine on Thursday and armed with the various comments on this forum, I went on to do an OS update to v18.104.22.1686. I can assure you it'll blow ur mind. Battery life is so much better and wait for this, it has a radio player in the media folder. I guess the big boys in Ontario are finally listening to customer reviews and complaints. Enjoy!
To begin with, never give a opinion of any device until you have owned it between 3 to 6 months at the earliest. I have read some of the reviews about the heating of the phone when charging, that's normal for anything that has a rechargeable battery. The battery only lasting for so long. If you don't let any rechargeable battery die out for at least for the first 3 charges, you are going to put a memory of the battery and you cannot change that once it is done to any rechargeable battery. For instance...you only wait (in the first 3 charges) for the battery to get down to only 25%, you will always ONLY get 75% of usage out of the battery.
A highburnerr of battery power is tolight-upp your display. With Blackberry, you can adjust the display in the Screen/Keyboard options, then theback lightt Brightness. TheBack lightt Timeout, if it is set to low and you are continuing to have the phone light back up, change the length longer. Each time it comes on, it is taking more power at startup than if you moved the time to 45 seconds than to keep it at 30 seconds.