T-Mobile stores begin receiving pamphlets for Blackberry Curve 9360

T-Mobile stores begin receiving pamphlets for Blackberry Curve 9360
The last time we heard about the BlackBerry Curve 9360 for T-Mobile, it was expected to become available as a prepaid handset on the 14th of this month, but it’s still nowhere in sight at this very moment.

Again, we can take a stab on when it’ll launch, but seeing that T-Mobile stores started receiving pamphlets regarding the handset, it might actually be closer than you think. Needless to say, the arrival of documentation indeed provides some evidence that an eventual launch is at hand – however, the pamphlets don’t carry any new information that we already knew beforehand about the next-generation Curve.

For those who have forgotten about the handset, the pamphlet details its specs in length again – it features a 2.45” display with a resolution of 480 x 360, 800MHz processor, HSDPA 7.2 data speeds, 5-megapixel camera with flash, 512MB of RAM, 1,050 mAh battery, microSD card slot, BlackBerry OS 7, and that delicious Curve keyboard.

source: TmoNews

T-Mobile stores begin receiving pamphlets for Blackberry Curve 9360
T-Mobile stores begin receiving pamphlets for Blackberry Curve 9360
T-Mobile stores begin receiving pamphlets for Blackberry Curve 9360

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Curve 9360
  • Display 2.4" 480 x 360 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP
  • Storage 0.512 GB + microSDHC
  • Battery 1000 mAh(5.00h talk time)

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3 Comments

1. Alantef

Posts: 288; Member since: Sep 14, 2011

i guess okay for prepaid phone but should be the same price as other basic phones no more than $79.99

2. Tristann

Posts: 76; Member since: Nov 04, 2010

its gonna be like 150-250. Its gonna be competing with Metro + VM and + MB :P

3. snowgator

Posts: 3614; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

In some ways, I think the Curve is a more important device for RIM than their high end offerings. Everyone I have ever met who was or still is a loyal Crack-berry addict started with a Curve. It is always a high selling device. It is very important that it is a flawless, mid-tier offering. If they can get some feature phone user to try and like it or unhappy Android users coming off low-end devices to give OS7 a shot, they may position themselves for a good fan base to sell QNX to. Most of the Bold and Torch sales will come from existing Blackberry fans, not from competing OS's.

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