RIM BlackBerry Curve 9315 Review
If you have a dedicated camera, you’ll want to use it over the BlackBerry Curve 9315 for those precious moments. Quite simply, it lacks the modern convenience of auto-focus, which means that it never delivers the sharp photos we crave. Instead, it’s lacking with its details and handles poorly under low lighting conditions. Likewise, its VGA recording quality seems muddy and filled with plenty of artifacting elements.
RIM BlackBerry Curve 9315 Sample Images Fullscreen
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RIM BlackBerry Curve 9315 Sample Video:
Hardly an eye candy filled music player, it’s pretty much as generic as they come on the Curve 9315. Luckily, the audio quality out of its speaker is decent at best.
Already, we’re not too thrilled about the poor quality display it’s boasting. Therefore, knowing that, it doesn’t surprise us that it’s not the ideal thing for watching videos. In fact, it’s able to play videos at the maximum resolution of VGA, which is hardly a pencil pusher.
1. RiseAgainst94 posted on 30 Jan 2013, 07:58 0
Wish theyd pull out the stops for what may be there last Blackberry pre BB10- just for the few remaining die hards, but either way this phone should not be bought. Too many other good options.
2. AlMal posted on 14 Apr 2013, 12:14 0
Agree. Also the phones with small screen are mostly good just for the phone calls.