RIM announces two new phones

RIM has announced two new Blackberry phones named Blackberry Bold 9790 and Blackberry Curve 9380. Both phones run RIM Blackberry OS 7.0.

The new Bold 9790 is a new addition to the 9700 series as the name suggests. The Bold comes with the usual tried Blackberry design, a smaller 2.44-inch screen that supports 360×480 resolution, a 1 GHz processor and 8 GB of internal memory.

Blackberry Bold 9790 and Blackberry Curve 9380

The other model – Blackberry Curve 9380 comes with a large 3.2-inch screen albeit with the same 360×480 resolution. At the same time the phone is shorter and wider than its other brother – the Torch 9850. Other specs are unknown but given that the Curve is a budget offering customers should not expect too much out of the phone.

Pricing and release dates are still unknown.

Source: Meetgadget

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