Research in Motion has officially unveiled three new versions of its popular BlackBerry Curve smartphone: the Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370.
The new Curves come with BlackBerry OS 7 (just like all the other RIM handsets announced this year) and, according to RIM, they should “address a large and important segment of the global mobile phone market where customers are looking to upgrade their existing feature phone or existing BlackBerry Curve with an affordable, easy-to-use, full-featured and socially-connected smartphone.”
The 9350, 9360 and 9370 look the same, and share most of their features: 2.4 inch display with 480 x 360 pixels, Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC, 5MP camera, 800MHz processor, and MicroSD card support. What’s different: Curve 9350 has CDMA connectivity, Curve 9360 has EDGE / HSDPA connectivity, and the Curve 9370 has CDMA / EvDo and EDGE connectivity.
The BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 will become available in Canada later this month (we already know that Bell is going to launch the 9360). Starting September, the new smartphones will be released in other markets, including the US, where T-Mobile should sell the 9360.
You can check out the new Curve line here at RIM.
Via Press release
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