BlackBerry Curve 9360 on 3

BlackBerry Curve 9360 on 3, 9.1 out of 10 based on 10 ratings
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BlackBerry Curve 9360

The next generation Curve, with a host of enhancements plus the stuff you already love.
  • 2.44″ screen plus BlackBerry®’s famous Qwerty keypad.
  • Featuring NFC, including Smart Tags
  • 5 megapixel camera with flash
  • New BlackBerry® 7 operating system
  • New design – just 11mm thin

This great–value smartphone is a seriously social phone, designed for keeping you connected. Featuring a 2.44″ screen plus BlackBerry®’s famous Qwerty keypad and NFC, including Smart Tags, it comes with host of enhancements, including the BlackBerry® 7 operating system and a sleek, lightweight design – just 11mm thin.

The new BlackBerry Curve 9360, slim in design, features the much-loved BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard, but with the updated 7.0 OS, providing an easier and faster user experience. BlackBerryCurve<br />9360-FrontThe Smartphone offers improved browsing, voice-activated searches, maps with gps support as well as additional personal and productivity apps out of the box. Plus, the BlackBerry Curve 9360 is also near field communication (NFC) compatible.

Sylvia Chind, head of handsets said, “This exciting new BlackBerry Smartphone offers a faster browsing experience as well as access to familiar favourite features we know our customers love, such as BBM, on Three’s award-winning 3G network.”

Key BlackBerry Curve 9360 features:

  • BlackBerry 7.0 OS
  • NFC technology
  • Fast internet and e-mail access with HSDPA and WiFi
  • 5.0 MP camera with flash
  • Dimensions: 60×108.9x11mm
  • GPS, Bluetooth 2.1

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*Three is rated as the best network for speed, overall quality, ease of use and customer satisfaction by UK Smartphone customers (YouGov).

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