Earlier this month BlackBerry debuted its line-up of new BlackBerry Torch handhelds. Today they have just unleashed their line-up of new BlackBerry Curve handsets. More specifically the Curve 9350, 9360, and 9370. Unlike the new Bold handsets, the Curve lacks a touchscreen. On the surface all three devices look the same but what makes them different is the bands they will support that range from Quad band, Dual Band, or Tri Band for different carriers.
Each BlackBerry Curve will also come with the BlackBerry 7 OS. Enabling a more enhanced social connected phone with features like the latest BlackBerry Messenger extending the real-time BBM experience to other apps. BlackBerry Balance and BlackBerry Protect. Voice Activated Universal Search, and overall, a more fluid browsing experience.
Besides its new OS improvements, the Curve is as sexy as ever with its slim 109mm x 60mm x 11mm body, sleek design and what looks to be a very delicious looking keyboard for fingers big and small. The new Curve also packs in a 2.44″ HVGA + display with a 480 x 360 pixel resolution at 246 ppi. There is also a 5MP camera with flash and face detection, a MicroSD/SDHC slot supporting up to 32 GB memory cards, GPS and WiFi Support.
The BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 smartphones are expected to be available in Canada this month and from other carriers around the world beginning in September.