Blackberry Curve 9360 To Debut In Australia Soon

The organization Research In Motion or RIM as we know it to be, announced earlier this week that the Blackberry Curve 9360 is now available in Australia through Vodafone. The announcement was made in a press release in Sydney.


This particular smart phone comes with a physical key board and an optical track pad for singlehanded navigation. There are many other features that are incorporated in the smart phone for making it attractive and innovative. Like the features of GPS and Wi-Fi support has been included with a 5 megapixel camera which has a flash too. The camera can do video capturing with ease. You can easily share pictures and videos on the many social networks with the help of this new Curve phone. The additional media storage is supported in 32 GB memory cards used in the device’s micro SD or SDHC slot.

The new BlackBerry 7 Operating System is powered in the Curve 9360, with a series of hard ware improvements. The improvements that have been incorporated are an upgrade display and processor, and integrated support for NFC. The NFC or New Field Communication is a new technology that supports additional capabilities like pairing of accessories or reading Smart Poster tags with a simple tap on the smart phone.

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