While the BlackBerry Curve 9360 will run on the new BlackBerry 7 OS and offer the faster second gen WebKit browser, the handset is not a touchscreen model. It has a 2.44 inch display with resolution of 360 x 480 which works out to 246 dpi. A "narrow" physical QWERTY keyboard is under the screen with an optical trackpad. Under the hood is an 800MHz processor with a 5MP camera on back with flash and a microSD card will accept as much as 32GB of additional storage.
According to the leaked document, Rogers says that the BlackBerry Curve 9360 is aimed at those first time smartphone buyers and the youth who are "attracted to the status and capability of an upgraded smartphone". We can tell those rookie smartphone users and the "youth" that there is no date yet for the launch of the phone, although we would suspect that it shouldn't be too long since we are already in the Back to School season.