Mobile phone network Vodafone has made public it will be carrying the recently announced entry-model BlackBerry Curve 9360 handset, when the phone arrives in September.
Vodafone made public the news they will be selling the new edition to the BlackBerry family, by opening up a pre-registration page on their website – here.
The Research In Motion Curve 9360 was launched today as the successor to last year’s BlackBerry 3G 9300, with an updated processor, camera, memory and operating system.
The latest Curve arrives running the new BlackBerry 7 OS which will feature on the new range of handsets launched just two weeks ago – in the BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930, updated slider BlackBerry Torch 9810 and the full-touch screen Torch 9850 and 9860.
Vodafone hasn’t unveiled any prices or tariff details to the BlackBerry Curve 9360 as yet, although the network is currently carrying the older 2010 Curve 3G 9300 on a £20.50 monthly contract.
This includes 100 minutes, a 500 text message bundle and a 250MB data allowance, with 1GB of BT Openzone Wi-Fi access and the BlackBerry Internet Service – which One Mobile Ring believes could be matched by Vodafone, with the new Curve 9360.
Vodafone has also published a hands-on walkthrough on video of the upcoming BlackBerry Curve 9360, which can be seen below.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com