Posts Tagged ‘BlackBerry 7 OS’

BlackBerry Curve 9380 Full Specifications

November 16th, 2011

Well today RIM announced the BlackBerry Curve 9380 and we have got our hands on the specs! The BlackBerry Curve 9380 will be rocking a 806Mhz processor, 512 MB of RAM, 512MB GB of on board memory, NFC, and much more. Check out the full specs down below!

Curve 9380 Features and Specifications

109 x 60 x 11.2 mm, approximately 98g

3.2″ capacitive touch screen display – 480×360 pixel HVGA+ 188ppi

Touch screen QWERTY keyboard, optical trackpad

806 MHz processor

512 MB RAM; 512MB GB on-board memory, plus microSD slot supporting up to 32 GB cards

5.0 MP camera, Flash, 4X Zoom supports VGA video recording (640×480)

Orientation Sensor (Accelerometer), Proximity Sensor, Ambiant light sensor

Built-in GPS / aGPS

Wifi & Connectivity

Wi-Fi – 802.11 b/g/n with NFC

  • Quad-Band: 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz GSM/GPRS networks
  • Tri-Band UMTS networks: (800 / 850) / 1900 / 2100 MHz or 900 / 1700 / 2100 MHz UMTS

Bluetooth® 2.1+EDR support

Operating System
BlackBerry 7 OS

1230 mAh removable, rechargeable battery

Hope these information would help you learn more about BlackBerry Curve9380.

3 Things You Should Know About The New BlackBerry Curve

August 31st, 2011

Since RIM has announced they will release the BlackBerry Curves soon. I am eager to see it .  Because inside the BlackBerry has listed the top 3 things  that BlackBerry fans should  know about BlackBerry Curves.

      1.   The new BlackBerry Curve smartphones are sleek

  1. People familiar with the BlackBerry® Bold™ 9900 and 9930 smartphones and the all-touch BlackBerry® Torch™ 9850 and 9860 smartphones we introduced earlier this month have heard us talk about the sleek and trim design of the new BlackBerry 7 smartphones, and the BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 smartphones are no exception. Our intention was to craft the most stylish BlackBerry Curve smartphones yet, while still maintaining that classic ‘just right’ Curve feel.

    We wanted to provide you a balance of ergonomics and style through a combination of key design decisions. For example, the BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 smartphones feature a “Waterfall” design similar to that of the new all-touch BlackBerry Torch, curving both front and back surfaces together for a smooth fit in your hand. We paired this design with a flowing soft-touch band around the circumference of the device, which is both durable and makes the new BlackBerry Curve smartphones comfortable to hold. The soft-touch band also seamlessly integrates functional features like the volume, mute and convenience keys. And we think you’ll love knowing that the BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 smartphones are also some of the lightest BlackBerry smartphones ever, weighing in at only 99 grams –including battery – making portability one less thing you need to worry about.

  2. The BlackBerry 7 OS powers the new BlackBerry Curve smartphones

    The slim and sleek BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 smartphones have been paired with the fast and powerful new BlackBerry 7 OS. We know that BlackBerry Curve smartphone users love to browse the web, and the next-generation BlackBerry Browser is a perfect example of the performance improvements offered by BlackBerry 7. The BlackBerry 7 Browser features a significantly faster web experience, as well as optimized HTML 5 support for things like web-based games and videos. BlackBerry 7 ensures that BlackBerry smartphone users will receive a fast and fluid experience on the new BlackBerry Curve smartphones, with crisp graphics that take advantage of the new devices’ HVGA+ (480×360) display.

    BlackBerry 7 also features another improvement upon the BlackBerry 6 OS: voice-activated Universal Search. Voice-activated Universal Search makes it even easier to find the files, messages and contacts stored on your BlackBerry Curve smartphone. You can also use Universal Search to scour the mobile web and supported 3rd party applications to find the information you need – hands free!

  3. The new BlackBerry Curve smartphones deeply integrate social

    On top of the new functionality provided by the BlackBerry 7 OS, the BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370 smartphones feature a variety of applications that make them some of the most social BlackBerry smartphones ever. In addition to the latest versions of Twitter® for BlackBerry smartphones and Facebook® for BlackBerry smartphones, the new BlackBerry Curve smartphones feature a brand new version of the popular Social Feeds application, which integrates your Facebook®, Twitter® and BBM feeds into one convenient location. Social Feeds 2.0 contains new features such as Universal Search integration, and the ability to create custom views for your social feeds. My favorite new Social Feeds 2.0 feature may just be the ability to flag items for viewing at a later date, which ensures I don’t have to miss out on any important updates or news items when I’m on the go.                                                                                                                                    While there are many BBM-connected apps available, my personal favorite has to be foursquare, because I love sharing (and bragging about) new badges I’ve unlocked with friends. I think if you see the above information, you will learn more about BlackBerry Curves before you have a BlackBerry Curves.

BlackBerry Travel updated to v1.1.42.99

July 25th, 2011

Recently RIM has just unleashed an update for BlackBerry Travel to v1.1.42.99.

Apart from some before features, if you have keen eyes, you will notice that the app can support the upcoming BlackBerry 7 OS that will be loaded on upcoming devices:

Upgrades since V1.0:BlackBerry-Travel

  • BlackBerry 7 Operating System Support
  • Support for BlackBerry Pearl and BlackBerry Style
  • Rental Car Booking
  • World Clock supporting 60,000 cities WW
  • Booking in 20 local currencies
  • Updated Weather Icons
  • Special Deals Search for Hotels
  • Improved Hotel Recommendations
  • Now available in 70 countries Worldwide
    System Requirements
  • data plan including Internet browsing capability (BIS) required

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A Leaked of BlackBerry Torch 9810 Device Simulator

June 29th, 2011



Maybe you have heard something about the new leaked BlackBerry Torch 9810 Device Simulator. It’s been a short while online since we saw a new BlackBerry Torch 9810. Recently there are no many places and words to describe this new leaked, so for the time being we haven’t know what improvements does this BlackBerry device have. We would like to remind you this is just a leaked and is not a approved official version from RIM. It’s unclear when the highly leaked BlackBerry Torch 9810 will be announced by RIM, but that doesn’t mean we can’t start playing around with this second generation BlackBerry Torch. CrackBerry has just posted up an updated version of the Torch 9810 device simulator. This latest download lets you take a peak at RIM’S upcoming BlackBerry 7 OS update and is designed for developers to test their apps. But if you’re bored and have a minute to play around then check it out.

But we still have much expect for it. Looking forwarding to see BlackBerry Torch 9810 Device Simulator. Maybe we may have a try of BlackBerry Torch 9810.