BlackBerry Curve 9360 Non Camera

Nowadays, it seems to be very difficult to find a non camera phone. In the past, we still have Symbian phone like Nokia E51 or Windows Mobile phone like HTC Snap which comes with non camera version. The main reason why it is hard to find a non camera phone these days is because both Android and Windows Phone 7 requires the phone to have a camera. And Apple most likely won’t release a iPhone without camera. This means those serving their National Service or working at places that does not allow camera will have a hard time finding mobile phones.
Well, luckily for us, RIM has released the BlackBerry Curve 9360 without camera.

The Curve 9360 is running on BlackBerry OS 7. It has a 2.44 inch (480×360 pixel) HVGA+ screen. You have the usual WIFI, Bluetooth and GPS. The Curve 9360 weighs just 99g. According to RIM, the Curve 9360 has a standby time of 14 days and talk time of 5 hours. The 1000 mAh battery is removable.

And since this is a BlackBerry OS 7 phone, you can access all your social network like Facebook and Twitter easily through Social Feeds 2.0 or the apps from Apps World.
If you are going to enlist into army or you are working at places where camera phones are not allowed, the BlackBerry Curve 9360 is a great option.

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