BlackBerry just revealed its fourth smartphone to run on the latest BlackBerry 7 Operating system. The mobile phone comes in the shape of a curve and also one of the cheaper ranges to come out from RIM. It is an excellent budget device with loads of features & apps.
BlackBerry Curve 936o is an exciting addition to the BlackBerry Curve series and got a huge response from the customers. The handset is aimed to hit the global media market and very slim, stylish & an ergonomically designed attractive smartphone. Its comfortable and iconic keyboard makes typing messages or mails a pleasure.
BlackBerry Curve 9360 also features an Optical trackpad for easy navigation. When it comes to reading text matter or writing mails, the TFT screen with 480×360 pixels makes a pretty well display. There is a 5 megapixel camera with LED Flash & Geo-tagging and has rocking 720p video recording capabilities. The internal storage is 512MB and also supports a micro SD card slot to make space for additional media storage.
BlackBerry Curve 9360 is running on next generation BlackBerry 7 Operating system for improved performance & navigation. There is an 800 MHz Tavor MG-1 processor provides power, the device needs to run its application. The one of the brilliant feature is inclusion of premium version of documents to Go and offers excellent document editing features & a native PDF document viewer as well.
BlackBerry Curve 9360 has lot of similar features as compare to its bigger sibling- BlackBerry Bold 9900. The handset also features NFC for making contactless payments and also provides pretty much the same connectivity such as A-GPS, Wi-Fi & HSDPA. The two main highlight of the mobile phone are design performance & design.
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