BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 Images and Photo Gallery

By Bla1ze on 23 Aug 2011 03:15 am EDT

BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 Images and Photos

The BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 are mighty fine looking devices. Here we have a collection of BlackBerry Curve images and photos so you can check out the device. When we get our hands on one (or all) we'll update with some more "real" BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 photos, but for now keep reading to check out the new Curves.

RIM unveils the BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370

BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 Images and Photos
BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 Images and Photos
BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 Images and Photos

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BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 Images and Photo Gallery


There doing away with the second multi purpose to get a better over design. They want there designs to look more modern and sleek , they want it to flow . So they thought by getting rid of it it'll be better. When I get an Os7 device ill just reprogramme the camera key to do something else

If that really is the reason or just something you think might be it is just ridiculous. The second key would not effect the flow of the design at all. having a small button on the side does not make a device look less modern. I own a torch & I really do miss the left side convenience key :(

What's the screen resolution on this?

Think this might be the first time I've said this , but I'm starting to prefer the curve over the new torch! Still got nothing on the new bold though ... What happened to the touchscreen in this?

There was never a touchscreen in this model, a couple of sites seem to mix a few rumours together, this one, the 9790 and the all-touch curve to wrongly get a model like this one with a touchscreen.

I LOOOOVE the fact that the headset jack is on the top of the device.


I prefer the sleek design of the new Curve to the new Bold. I'm torn as to which one to get. :( I do prefer the look of the keys on the Bold, though. But I don't plan to ever use the touchscreen on the Bold. Decisions, decisions!

Hi @moiselles,

Alex from RIM here. Just chiming in to help you decide between the new Curve and Bold. Both smartphones bring the BB 7 OS, which means faster and smoother browsing and voice-activated universal search. In addition, both the Curve and Bold deliver NFC technology, which enables many new and exciting capabilities including pairing accessories and reading SmartPoster tags with a simple tap of the smartphone.

Aside from the touch screen, two features that differentiate the Bold include HD video recording and the thickness (or should I say thinness) of the smartphone – it’s the thinnest BlackBerry yet! On the other hand, the Curve is more focused on social sharing with the updated Social Feeds 2.0 app to keep your social world more organized.

For a more complete look at both of these devices, stop by our Inside BlackBerry Blog to read some early reviews and get more detailed information on the Bold ( and the Curve (

Alex, RIM Social Media Team

For quite some time I've wished that I could have the screen from my Bold with the keyboard from my old Curve. Looks like I will get just what I want. Thanks RIM

I think many people might get this as a second device also as a backup. I know when my torch got destroyed (damn pool) i wish i had a cheaper Berry i could have gotten while waiting for the new ones. Well guess the 9810 (Torch 2) is out and i will get it.

Honestly BB7 and the new devices just rock and the whole experience is just so great that it deserves the BB 7 naming.

And truly RIMPIRE strikes back. All these reviews of how they compare specs make no sense because BBOS just is so fast and just works and works for you.

My 2 cents

Really great looking phone! I heard Sprint will be selling this for $49.99 with 2-year contract. I'm still thinking if I should get the Torch 9850 or this. What I don't like about this phone is its battery cover, it looks very "plasticy", like those on the 85xx series. What I like about this phone is its front design, kinda reminds me of the BlackBerry 8800 because of its "squary" look.