BlackBerry Curve Smartphones

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Trying to convert myself to team BlackBerry . That a side, today Research In Motion announced three new BlackBerry phones running on the Blackberry 7 OS.  They are BlackBeryy Curve 9350, Blackberry Curve 9360 and BlckBerry Curve 9370.

“These new models will build on the incredible success of the BlackBerry Curve line and further expand the largest global launch of BlackBerry smartphones in our history,” said Mike Lazaridis, President and Co-CEO at Research In Motion. “The new BlackBerry Curve smartphones are absolutely stunning and offer a significant performance upgrade with an unmatched mobile social experience for the millions of feature phone users in the market as well as our existing Curve customers.”

The new phones support GPS , Wi-Fi® and  5MP camera with flash and video recording. The microSD/SDHC slot supports up to 32 GB memory cards for additional media storage. The difference between the phones are their network capabilities

Expect them around here in September

Below are the specs for  BlackBeryy Curve 9350

General Info
Network CDMA                800, 1900  
Data CDMAData       1xEV-DO rev.A  


Dimensions 4.29 x 2.36 x 0.43 (109 x 60 x 11 mm)  
Weight 99g  
Keyboard QWERTY  
Navigation Touch-Pad  


Bluetooth Version 2.1 Yes, v2.1 with A2DP  
WiFi Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n  
USB  microUSB v2.0  


OS BlackBerry OS (7)  
Browser HTML  
Processor 800MHz processor  
Message SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM  
Music Player MP3, AAC, FLAC, WMA, WAV, AMR, OGG, MIDI  
Video Playback MPEG4, AVI, 3GP  


Memory Card slot microSD, up to 32GB  
Internal memory 512 MB storage, 512 MB ROM  


Resolution 5 megapixels  
  LED flash  
Features Image stabilizer

Face detection,

Digital zoom

Geo tagging



Standby 348 Hours  
Talk time 5.50 Hours  
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