Here are some comparison pictures of the Blackberry Curve 9300 (running OS 6) and its upgrade sibling, the 9360 (running OS7).
Specs-wise, the 9360 leaves the 9300 in the dust, but you also have to see them together to appreciate the beauty and sleek lines of the new guy, the 9360.
The 9360 is sure a looker. But it doesn’t end there. It runs on an 800 MHz processor and 512 MB RAM, and has a 5 megapixel camera. Under the hood, there’s also A-GPS and NFC. Note that display is non-touchscreen – which is not necessarily a bad thing.
This is a Curve that can hang around Bolds without feeling or looking out of place. I call the Blackberry Curve 9360, a bold new Curve.
Review coming up as soon as possible.
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