RIM unveiled last week its new Torch smartphone and Blackberry OS 6. Today the company has gone official with its next smartphone packing Blackberry OS 6 called the Curve3G. the only downside is that the Curve 3G ships with Blackberry 5 and is Blackberry 6 ready.
The Curve 3G will start to ship globally this month. The smartphone features a QWERTY keyboard, optical track pad, GPS, WiFi, and dedicated music keys. The device has a microSD card slot supporting up to 32GB cards.
The phone supports 3G networks, can do voice and data at the same time, and has a 2MP camera that can shoot still shots and video. The screen is 320 x 240 and the phone has a 3.5mm headset jack along with Bluetooth.
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