BlackBerry Curve 9360 gets spotted again

By Bla1ze on 30 Jun 2011 02:54 pm EDT
BlackBerry Curve 9360

We've seen the next generation curve strutting its stuff in the past but some new images how now popped up showing us once again what it's made of. If you'll all remember the BlackBerry Curve 9360 still remains one of those unannounced 2011 devices that sort of strays a little away from the rest of the line in terms of specifications:

  • Tavor MG-1 800mHz processor
  • 512MB of RAM / 512MB eMMC
  • Built in Digital Compass
  • 1050mAh Battery
  • 5MP Camera w/ Flash
  • 480x360 Display
  • Built in WiFi
  • Built in NFC
  • Built in GPS
  • BlackBerry 7
  • Bluetooth

When released, we know it'll arrive on both GSM and CDMA carriers and since it's considered the lower-end models at this point -- should sell for a fairly low price much like the BlackBerry Curve 85xx series. If you're looking for more pics you can jump on past the break to get a better look at the new BlackBerry Curve.

BlackBerry Curve 9360
BlackBerry Curve 9360


Reader comments

BlackBerry Curve 9360 gets spotted again


What's up with RIM coming out with lower capacity batteries with each phone they release. Regular curve battery is 1150mAh and this one is 1050??

Yep, better software and more efficient processors in the new phones. It will be nice to get some extended, flush, batteries for these phones though.

I'm not a hater, but come on, the display and processor (as well as a few other features) are from the Bold 9700 parts bin. Yes, I understand that its a new low end priced device, but you can see why the haters and trolls poke fun so much.
Sent from my BlackBerry® Bold 9700 ;-)

people are going to buy this.there's no doubt about it. its nice device and curve form factor is very popular for many out there.i think 8520/8530,9300/9330 users should grab this to replace their current devices.

Tavor CPU?!? WTF RIM. Just go all Qualcomm and streamline your product offerings! What did you feel you needed to throw Marvell a bone? Marvell has done nothing but provide you with low end crap CPU's

It looks so cheaply made, that wonderful 3rd world craftsmanship...I'm sure this device will sell well overseas for $250.00 USD, but this isn't gonna cut it in 2011-2012 in the US. IMO RIM only needs two device's, the Bold series and the Curve series, but, jeesh, c'mon put a little more effert in the design.

Because it sells rather well, that's why RIM still manufactures the Curve family of BlackBerries.