RIM to unveil new BlackBerry Curve

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RIM to unveil new BlackBerry Curve

RIM is expected to unveil a new range of mid-tier devices, including the BlackBerry Curve 9360 at a global press event in London tomorrow

Sources close to RIM have said the Canadian manufacturer will launch a number of new handsets, including the BlackBerry Curve 9360 tomorrow (August 23) at a press event in London.

Features on the BlackBerry 9360, an upgrade to the 9300 launched last year, are expected to include either a 1.2 GHz or 800MHz processor, 5-megapixel camera, NFC technology and the new BlackBerry 7 operating system.

The launch comes just two weeks after the firm released three high-end devices, its first since November, with the launch of the Bold 9900, Torch 9810 and Torch 9850. The Bold 9900 was the first BlackBerry to feature NFC support.

Around seven new BlackBerry handsets, including those already confirmed, are expected to be available in the UK by March.

A full report on tomorrow’s press event will appear on the Mobile News website.

 

One Response to “RIM to unveil new BlackBerry Curve”

  1. Steve says:

    Great!!

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