The subtle differences between the BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370
on 23 Aug 2011 02:26 am
RIM just unleashed in total, three new BlackBerry Curve smartphones -- all of which look identical to one another. But, the details for each device show you there is some slight variations between them all. Mostly when it comes to network connectivity options and available RAM included on each of the devices. So, that said; let us go ahead and break it down a little bit better for you all:
- BlackBerry Curve 9350 - CDMA with 512MB of RAM / 512MB of storage.
- BlackBerry Curve 9360 - GSM Tri-Band UMTS/Quad-Band EDGE with 512MB / 512MB of storage.
- BlackBerry Curve 9370 - CDMA/EVDO/Quad-Band EDGE with 512MB of RAM / 1GB of storage.
All three devices will be running BlackBerry 7
, have 480x360 2.44" displays running at 246ppi, 800 MHz processor and of course have WiFi, NFC and GPS on board. We'll get some full spec sheets up for each device as soon possible and as soon as we can get our hands on some devices -- some reviews for you all. As previously leaked info tells us, we shouldn't be waiting all that long.