If you want fast push email on the go and a hardware keyboard, the Curve 9370 is a solid choice

- Jamie Lendino , PC Magazine 

Specs summary

Screen
2.44"

The BlackBerry Curve 9370's screen is 2.44 inches with 480 x 360 pixels resolution.

Processor
800MHz

There is a Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 800 MHz processor (CPU).

OS

The phone runs on the BlackBerry 7 operating system (OS).

Camera
5+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 5+ megapixel camera. There's no secondary front camera.
Storage
1000 MB

Internal memory is 1000 MB. An external, MicroSD (up to 32 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.

Battery
1000mAh

The phone is powered by a Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), 1000 mAh battery. BlackBerry's performance ratings are 14.5 days standby time, 330 minutes (2G).


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The slimmest and lightest Curve ever

from PC Magazine (4 years ago)

RIM may be struggling to revamp its smartphone OS, but that's good news if you don't like change—or just want a cell phone bargain. The BlackBerry Curve 9370 ($99.99) doesn't offer the flash, the speed, or the app catalog of other smartphone platforms, but it can do just about everything most... More

RIM may be struggling to revamp its smartphone OS, but that's good news if you don't like change—or just want a cell phone bargain. The BlackBerry Curve 9370 ($99.99) doesn't offer the flash, the speed, or the app catalog of other smartphone platforms, but it can do just about everything most users need, and in an unusually svelte form factor. The BlackBerry Curve 9370 is a fitting send off for BlackBerry 7 OS in the face of the upcoming QNX-based BlackBerry 10, assuming RIM can finally get its act together. But if you like apps, you should still buy an Android or an iPhone.

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6/10

Some design flaws and a high price for an entry-level device make the QWERTY handset hard to recommend to anyone except BlackBerry devotees

from Cnet (4 years ago)

BlackBerry 7 OS is certainly an improvement over BlackBerry 6 OS, and the Curve 9370's design, 5-megapixel camera, and NFC support give this year's model some bonus cred. However, it isn't enough to rate a phone compared with where it was before; you have to compare it with its contemporaries. It's... More

BlackBerry 7 OS is certainly an improvement over BlackBerry 6 OS, and the Curve 9370's design, 5-megapixel camera, and NFC support give this year's model some bonus cred. However, it isn't enough to rate a phone compared with where it was before; you have to compare it with its contemporaries. It's there that the Curve 9370 trips up. It isn't a bad smartphone on its own, and it's a great value when weighed against the high-end Bold.

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3.5/10

An entry-level smartphone that is not only a capable little device, it's also extremely affordable

from Brighthand (4 years ago)

It's a shame that the BlackBerry Curve 9370 has to run… well, the BlackBerry OS. I say that because beyond the dreadful operating system that the device runs, there's a lot to like about it as an entry-level smartphone. It has an excellent build that's sleek, light, and easy to pocket. Email and mes... More

It's a shame that the BlackBerry Curve 9370 has to run… well, the BlackBerry OS. I say that because beyond the dreadful operating system that the device runs, there's a lot to like about it as an entry-level smartphone. It has an excellent build that's sleek, light, and easy to pocket. Email and messaging still live up to the golden BlackBerry standard, the screen size isn't compromised by the compact form factor, the battery life is incredible, and it has an extremely affordable price point of $100 with contract when ordered online. BlackBerry Curve 9370Sure, its entry-level nature is reflected in aspects like its relatively underpowered processor, meager amount of included storage, and subpar camera. But I would still say that aside from the OS, you could get a lot worse for a hundred bucks.

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6/10

A sleek design and a solid keyboard, but the lack of 4G and small screen are turnoffs

from Laptop Magazine (4 years ago)

The $99.99 BlackBerry Curve 9370 offers all the tried-and-true features BlackBerry users have come to expect in a very compact design. You get a solid keyboard, great messaging capability and long battery life, with world phone capability as a bonus. However, the sluggish 3G Web browsing, small scre... More

The $99.99 BlackBerry Curve 9370 offers all the tried-and-true features BlackBerry users have come to expect in a very compact design. You get a solid keyboard, great messaging capability and long battery life, with world phone capability as a bonus. However, the sluggish 3G Web browsing, small screen with no touch capability, and standard-def video recording make this device a tough sell.

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5/10

The battery life is excellent, the signal performance is very good, and voice calls sound loud and clear

from Phone Scoop (4 years ago)

The BlackBerry 9370 from Research In Motion excels at the cell phone basics: The battery life is excellent, the signal performance is very good, and voice calls sound loud and clear. As a piece of hardware, the controls are mostly good with a few exceptions (icky-feeling side buttons, stiff keys). T... More

The BlackBerry 9370 from Research In Motion excels at the cell phone basics: The battery life is excellent, the signal performance is very good, and voice calls sound loud and clear. As a piece of hardware, the controls are mostly good with a few exceptions (icky-feeling side buttons, stiff keys). The screen is way too small for me, but the 9370 is a small phone meant for smaller hands and smaller needs than mine.

The BlackBerry experience is aging rapidly. I have no patience for the time it takes to use the trackpad to interact with the user interface on this non-touch smartphone. It slows down everything. I want to touch apps, contacts, or actions and see things jump to life in an instant. Though they are costlier, the Bold 9930 or the Torch 9850 are better choices if you absolutely must have a BlackBerry -- if for no other reason than that they add touch powers.

But, the real caveat here is that RIM will have an all-new operating system on its phones in the next seven or eight months. There's little chance a device such as the 9370 will be updated, leaving you with an outdated device.

The Curve 9370 costs $99, has a VGA video camera and doesn't include a touch screen or 4G. You can get a 4G Android smartphone with a large touch screen for less.

Bottom line: Unless you are hooked on BlackBerry, need BlackBerry Messenger, and need the smallest BlackBerry out there, spend your $99 on another smartphone.

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Slim design, hardware is outdated, poor call quality

from PhoneArena (4 years ago)

We would have been more interested with the BlackBerry Curve 9370 if it came out last summer, but with it being released months after the Curve 9350 and 9360, it is really outdated. Not only that, but we believe the $100 on-contract price is asking more than it should be. If you currently own the C... More

We would have been more interested with the BlackBerry Curve 9370 if it came out last summer, but with it being released months after the Curve 9350 and 9360, it is really outdated. Not only that, but we believe the $100 on-contract price is asking more than it should be. If you currently own the Curve 9330 and want to stick to BlackBerry, it might be worth the upgrade to the 9370, but for new customers, it doesn’t offer anything exciting over the competition.

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