Here’s another bit of RIM-related news. As you may already know, the Canadian company has announced three new BlackBerry Curve smartphones today, the 9350, 9360, and 9370. The former of those is already on its way to Sprint, as we reported minutes ago. The Curve 9360 is headed to Bell in Canada and possibly T-Mobile in the US, although no official announcements have been made yet.
However, the BlackBerry Curve 9360 is officially going to be available from a bunch of carriers in Canada and the UK.
In the UK, O2 has let us know via a tweet that it’s going to add the 9360 to its portfolio later this year. Vodafone UK has even put the BlackBerry Curve 9360 up on its Coming Soon page. Unfortunately, in both cases we have no hints about an actual release time frame or pricing.
In Canada, three more carriers seem intent on joining Bell in launching the smartphone. Virgin Mobile and Rogers have tweeted about bringing the 9360 to Canada, and Telus has put the phone up on its Coming Soon page. Again, no other details are known at this point, but you can be sure that we’ll let you know when we find out anything new.
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