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BlackBerry Curve Touch 9380 'Orlando' poses for the masses, invites you to look... but not touch

Zachary Lutz
09.16.11
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There's a new BlackBerry coming to town, and as you're likely aware, it's the first touchscreen-based Curve from Research in Motion. The folks at BGR happened to score a few still shots of the pint-sized companion, where it's situated next to its larger Torch sibling for comparison. The specs remain the same since we last checked in with the device, though as a quick point of clarification, its HD video capture is limited to 720p -- as if you really expected full 1080p. We can't include all the snapshots here, but it's rather obvious this isn't your father's BlackBerry. If you've got a burning desire for these curves, you'll find a full gallery in the source link below.

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