BlackBerry Curve Touch 9380 gets hands-on treatment in this video
Research In Motion just pulled the covers off of a bunch of new touchscreen devices but haven’t really said anything about the Curve Touch 9380. In the displayed photo you can clearly see the difference in size between the Curve Touch and its elder brother, the Torch 9850/60. Like the previous iterations of the BlackBerry Curve, the Touch 9380 will more than likely be the entry level option in the line of handsets.
As of now this upcoming smartphone is believed to have a 3.2-inch capacitive display and is powered by an 800MHz processor. It will also feature the latest and greatest from RIM as OS 7 will be the star of the show. When you watch the video you may also notice the inclusion of NFC-capabilities which down the line could come in quite handy.
After checking out the video would any of you be interested in the BlackBerry Curve 9380 whenever it becomes a reality? Tell us what you think in the comments below.
source: MacBerry via Into Mobile
1. RIMSUKASK (unregistered)
"As of now this upcoming smartphone is believed to have a 3.2-inch capacitive display and is powered by an 800MHz processor"
wow really? RIM is just setting itself to go down
2. vzwbb21 (Posts: 33; Member since: 05 Jun 2010)
its an economy device like the rest of the curve line. The processor is better than most economy phones. still a little weak, but whatever. cheap device equals cheap hardware
3. 1701nino (Posts: 215; Member since: 07 Dec 2010)
Jesus look at how responsive the touchscreen is, who would want to buy this piece of crap.RIM get real try and make a smartphone that's meant for everyone not just the "buisness class"
4. ThePhoneGuru (unregistered)
An 800mhz processor isn't as bad as you people think it is. And with Rim, This "level" entry phone should be fine.