RIM sent out a new line of BlackBerry Bolds this summer and now they’ll take care of the entry-level Curve line for consumers still interested in the BlackBerry. All of the new Curves use the new and improved BlackBerry 7 OS along with that great new web browser — though hopefully not priced like the new Bold line, which is fairly absurd if you think about it.
All of the new BB7 Curves have .43-inch depth, a 5-megapixel camera, 512MB of RAM, an 800MHz processor, NFC, and a smallish 2.44-inch 480 x 360 display. The differences include the highest-end Curve 9370, with CDMA/EVDO, Quad-Band Edge support and 1GB of storage. Second is the Curve 9360, as the GSM variant, offering Tri-Band UMTS and Quad-Band Edge, with storage of merely 512MB. Lastly, the 9350 is simply a CDMA variant destined for Verizon and/or Sprint (with the same 512MB storage), much like the 9360 is destined for AT&T and T-Mobile. Hopefully things can go well for RIM, since a decent competitor just called it quits.