RIM updates its Curve line with three new smartphone models running BlackBerry 7 OS, including the Curve 9350, Curve 9360 and Curve 9370. These mid-range devices are affordable, easy-to-use, full-featured and socially-connected. They has slim, stylish design and are ergonomically designed.
The main differences of the three models are the networks they supported and storage. The Curve 9350 supports dual-band CDMA/EVDO Rev A network while the Curve 9360 works on quad-band GSM/EDGE and tri-band UMTS 3G network. They has 512MB RAM and 512MB internal storage. The Curve 9370 supports both dual-band CDMA/EVDO and quad-band GSM/EDGE, making it a world phone. It packs 1GB of internal memory.
The new BlackBerry Curve smartphones are powered by 800MHz processor. They feature a 2.44-inch 480×360 display, a QWERTY keyboard with backlit, an optical trackpad, GPS support, Bluetooth, and WiFi connectivity. Their 5 Megapixel camera sports LED flash, video recording, face detection, image stabilization, geo-tagging and scene modes. You can find a microSD/SDHC card slot for expansion.
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Posted September 29th, 2011 in News by Michael