RIM BlackBerry Curve 9315 Review
With nothing more than a 1,450 mAh battery, it’s enough to get us through a solid day of normal usage – though, we were kind of hoping for a little bit more.
In the greater scheme of things, $50 might seem like a dandy deal for the Curve 9315, but when the platform experience is outdated, combined with the handset’s cheap feel, it doesn’t make it a prized possession against other comparable smartphones. At this point folks, unless you’re firmly in love with the old platform, you’re better off waiting for RIM’s next-generation BlackBerry OS 10 devices. And honestly, even though it’s an aged device, you’re still better investing your money in something else like the Bold 9900.
Software version of the reviewed unit: v126.96.36.1998
RIM BlackBerry Curve 9315 Video Review:
- Same quality Curve keyboard
- Cheap construction
- Poor quality display
- Antiquated platform experience
- Terrible camera performance
1. RiseAgainst94 (Posts: 271; Member since: 03 Mar 2012)
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 (Posts: 29; Member since: 29 Mar 2013)
Agree. Also the phones with small screen are mostly good just for the phone calls.