In 2011, RIM released new information about its BlackBerry Curve line that runs the updated BlackBerry 7 operating system. The new BlackBerry Curve models are the BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370. Canada was the first country that received these new models while, in other countries, the Curve 9350 wasn’t released until October.
Regarding their design, RIM managed to create slim and sleek looks for all the three BlackBerry Curve models. The result is a “Waterfall” design pretty similar to the new BlackBerry Torch. You will enjoy the curves of both front and back surfaces that make the BlackBerry fit perfectly in your hand. These Curve models also feature a soft-touch band that integrates volume, convenience and mute keys. In addition, these three BlackBerries are the lightest BlackBerry smartphones ever built, weighing only 99 grams with the battery included.
They come with a 2.44-inch display with a resolution of 480 x 360 pixels and backlighting. You will have the possibility to use a full QWERTY keyboard and an optical trackpad. Regarding the hardware department, all these BlackBerry Curves are powered by an 800MHz processor with 512MB of internal storage. To complement all these characteristics, RIM gifted these BlackBerry Curve models with the fast and powerful BlackBerry 7 operating system. Knowing that BlackBerry users love surfing the web, the new generation of BlackBerry Curve comes with a fast BlackBerry browser. The new operating system also features optimized HTML 5 support to allow users to access websites with games and videos. In addition, the new operating system provides a fast and fluid experience and because of the new display you will also enjoy crisp graphics. Another improvement upon the BlackBerry 6 OS is the voice-activated Universal Search feature that allows you to find easier certain files, messages and contacts you store on your BlackBerry Curve.
The new BlackBerry Curve 9350 features a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, geo-tagging and video recording capabilities. You will have the possibility to use Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi and GPS. There are also available other useful features including a document viewer, voice memo, NFC support and an organizer. I can’t forget about the music player available on these BlackBerries that is able to support different audio and video format files including MP3, WMA, H.264 and WMV. These BlackBerry Curve models remain messaging devices, so they all allow users to send and receive SMS and MMS messages, emails and instant messages.
All in all, these BlackBerry Curve models are amazing smartphones that will definitely have something to say on the high-end phone market.
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