So yet another BlackBerry device gets an early hands-on ahead of its official launch. This time it is the BlackBerry Curve 9350/9370 which is codenamed Apollo. The video shows in detail the dimensions of the new device along with its software. The whole video is in Vietnamese and we don’t understand the comments made in the clip.
More photos after the break.
This year BlackBerry is offering a new range of BlackBerry devices which closes the gap with its smart phone rivals. A few weeks ago, they have revealed the BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930 with a high resolution touch screen and it is the slimmest BlackBerry design ever.
The next anticipated device is the BlackBerry Curve replacement. Earlier rumours suggested that the new Curve could be an all touch screen design like the Storm but the recent demo videos posted by CrackBerry revealed otherwise.
The Curve replacement maintains its similar QWERTY on candybar design with slight changes to make it look more sleeker. Considering the new Bold is slimmer, the Curve is expected to lose a few mm off its thickness. Like the Bold Touch 9900, it runs on the latest BlackBerry 7 OS.
In terms of specs, it was earlier speculated to be running on a 800MHz processor with 512MB of RAM. The screen unlike the new Bold is still non-touch but pushes a higher 480×360 pixels. With these videos out, the new Curve is expected to be launched pretty soon.
Check out the rest of the videos after the break.