BlackBerry Curve 9350 coming to Sprint on October 2
The BlackBerry Curve 9350 is the latest release from RIM to run on OS 7. It’ll join the BlackBerry Bold 9930 and the BlackBerry Torch 9850 in Sprint’s smartphone stable. The Curve 9350 is considered the entry-level BlackBerry but it boasts some decent specifications.
The Curve 9350 maintains the popular form factor that has been RIM’s signature for years. It has a 2.44-inch display sitting right above a full QWERTY keyboard. There is also an optical trackpad that makes navigating the handset easy. Powering the device is an 800MHz processor as well as 512MB of RAM. A 5 megapixel camera is present on the back of the device with an LED flash, but video recording is limited to VGA quality.
The BlackBerry Curve 9350 is available at an even better price for eligible Sprint business customers. It can be had for $49.99 with a new two-year activation or a qualified two-year upgrade. Even if you aren’t a business customer, $79.99 for this handset isn’t too bad of a deal at all. Check one out once October 2 rolls around.
1. kentuckyloan (banned) (Posts: 7; Member since: 28 Jun 2010)
I went to t mobile and tested out the phone. I would definetly pass on this phone. Very small screen and keyboard layout...It has nice camero on the phone, but that is about it. os 7 is really os 6--no touch screen either.
2. HTCiscool (Posts: 449; Member since: 16 Jul 2011)
Give it a touch screen, 720p HD video recording, and a price of around $300-$350 off contract I would def buy it.
3. HTC wildfire (unregistered)
Is this better than the old blackberry curve but I don't care about the 5megapixel. Is blackberry 7 OS is it better than 6os.
4. cleanlady (unregistered)
really light weight and very thin. I just purchased it but wonder if I shoudl return it
within the trial time b/.c didnt purchase insurance and dont plan to but think it may
have too much chance of damage. I really like blackbefrry in general b/c dont have to re-learn to use. I am a basic phone, e-mail and texting customer so it works well
with the updated speed.