Last month we heard that four new BlackBerry devices were headed to Bell in Canada. In the meantime two of those, the Bold 9900 and the Torch 9810 have already been released, and the Torch 9860 is coming soon.
And so is the BlackBerry Curve 9360, which is going to be the most affordable of the lot. MobileSyrup has received an internal Bell document that clearly states that the Curve 9360 will become available on August 29. So, in 13 days, if you’re in Canada, you’ll be able to pick up the cheapest smartphone running the new BlackBerry OS 7.
The new Curve will have a 2.44-inch screen with 480×360 resolution, obviously a QWERTY keyboard, an 800 MHz processor, a 5 MP camera, as well as all the usual amenities for a smartphone in this day and age, such as Wi-Fi, HSPA, Bluetooth, and GPS.
So there you have it. If Bell is your carrier of choice, in a couple of weeks you’ll have four new BlackBerry smartphones to choose from when considering what your next device will be.
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