GSMA: The BlackBerry Curve 9380 is RIM’s first ever-released Curve with a touchscreen. The Curve lineup is usually an expression of RIM’s understanding for a budget phone and this one supposedly, doesn’t make a difference. It should attract customers with a lower entry price while offering the full BB OS 7 experience.
RIM has decided the world needs to be more touchy-feely, and has released a touchscreen-only version of its BlackBerry Curve 9380.
The new version is almost precisely the same as the soon-to-be-popular Curve 9360, except the keyboard has been ripped out in favour of a 3.2-inch HVGA touchscreen.
Pocket-Lint: Yet more phones emerging from the BlackBerry camp, in what appears to be a veritable river of BlackBerry 7 packing handsets flooding our phone shops. Next up is the Curve 9380, the QWERTY free 'All Touch' version of the 9360.
Engadget - We found it hard to get excited over that other recent QWERTY-less BlackBerry, but we've swallowed a lungful of fresh air and approached this new 3.2-inch, 800MHz Curve 9380 with an open mind. It's the first touch-only device in the entry-level Curve family and it deserves to be considered on its own merits.