When you experience a whacking great Qwerty keyboard to the front of a phone, it stands to reason that the screen size will almost certainly suffer -- there's just no way you may have a massive display and all of the lovely buttons. Unless, that is definitely, you want a phone that is definitely so long you'll never be capable to fit it in your bank.
Naturally, this rule applies to your Curve 9360, which has an extremely small 2. 44-inch screen. Some Android devices while in the same price bracket sport ample 4. 3-inch screens. That would make the Curve 9360's display testimonials seem dismal.
On the and also side, with a resolution with 480x360 pixels, the Curve 9360 outstanding pixel density of 246ppi, which will ensures a pin-sharp image level of quality. The TFT LCD panel also provides for a bold and colourful image. It makes viewing photos and browsing the online world much more pleasing.
Unlike it has the sibling, the BlackBerry Bold 9900, the Curve 9360 doesn't have a touchscreen. This is very much commensurate with the low-cost ethics of a Curve range. But when you see that BlackBerry OS 7 is built to accommodate both natural and touchscreen inputs, it's your let-down. Touchscreens are appearing even to the cheapest of Android devices, it wouldn't have broken the loan company for RIM to factor one on the Curve 9360's design.