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Fan of Blackberry devices? Not willing to sacrifice the trademarked QWERTY keyboard that Blackberry devices are known for? The good news is that three new Blackberry devices have been unveiled – the Blackberry Curve 9350, 9360 and 9370, and it appears that they are headed to Canada by the end of the month, while the rest of the world will get them next month.

They’re the lower-end series of Blackberry devices but the good news is that they will all feature OS 7, and as far as specs are concerned, they share an 800MHz processor, 2.4” multi-touch display with 480×360 resolution, 512MB of RAM and a 5MP camera, and let’s not forget NFC support.

The main differences is that the Curve 9350 is a CDMA-only handset, while the Curve 9360 is a GSM-only handset with UMTS support and 512MB built-in memory. The Curve 9370 is a dual-mode CDMA/EV-DO device with 1GB of built-in memory. No word on prices, but given that they are aimed at the lower-end market, they shouldn’t be too expensive.

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