The BlackBerry Curve 9350 is the new entry-level smartphone designed by RIM to fix the small errors of the past. In the midst of a crisis situation where they have the best iPhone OS and Android and RIM continually loses market share, the company has decided to stake everything on the hardware and renovate its reputation.
The Curve 9350, reviewed by the authors of PhoneArena, is shown as a good entry level phone, which may have greater potential if it had the same operating system already used on the Curve 8330 three years ago, so the price may seem out of place. Even if the new Curve looks good, once “opened” shows the same components of most BlackBerry devices on the market.
The error seems to RIM’s always the same: continue to repeat the same things year after year, with improvements in hardware and software, small improvements, it still can not compete on a dizzily growing and changing market. For full details on the review, as proof of camera and software in general, I refer you to the source. The video is a review found the overall opening of the terminal.