Another day, another bit of information leaks about Bell’s upcoming BlackBerry Curve 9360. This is going to be the most affordable RIM smartphone that runs the new BlackBerry OS 7 in Bell’s portfolio. Yesterday the release date of August 29 got leaked.
And since we basically know the specs, the only unknown left after yesterday’s leak was the pricing. We don’t yet know how much Bell will charge for the device when selling it with a long-term contract. But we do now know that the carrier will ask $349.95 of you if you’d like to purchase a Curve 9360 without a contract.
At this rate, all the missing price info will be out in a few days, and even if it won’t be, the official release is just 12 days away so you’ll find out soon enough anyway.
The BlackBerry Curve 9360 will come with a 2.44-inch 480×360 display (not a touchscreen), an 800 MHz processor, a 5 MP camera, Wi-Fi, and HSPA support.
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