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blackberry.com: BlackBerry Curve 9360

RIM has revealed that it is set to release its new mid-range Curve 9360 just weeks after the company launched its high-end Torch 9810, 9850 and Bold 9900 handsets.

The 2.44 inch Curve will run on the new BlackBerry OS 7.0 and will boast a QWERTY keyboard with a touch-sensitive optical trackpad. The smartphone will be powered by an 800MHz processor and will arrive with a 5 MP, 2592?1944 pixels, LED flash camera, compared to the previous Curves.

The device will also arrive with a 1000 mAhr removable/rechargeable lithium-ion battery, with talk time up to 5 hours and music playback up to 25 hours. The featured applications will include YouTube, Flixster for information about top movies, Vlingo, a voice app that will work as a personal assistant, and BlackBerry Protect designed to keep information secured if the device goes missing.

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blackberry.com: BlackBerry Curve 9360

The new BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) service connected to apps will enable the user to invite friends to download the same. The next generation BlackBerry OS 7 is expected to deliver the smoothest and fastest BlackBerry experience to date. NFC (near field communication) has also been provided.

The device is set for an August 29 release.