BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) has announced that the new Curve 9360 is now available in Singapore, wireless communication device users may be interested to learn.
Featuring the new BlackBerry 7 operating system, the handset has been ergonomically designed by the team at RIM.
The Curve 9360 also boasts the iconic BlackBerry keypad and an optical trackpad to ensure that navigation around the handset's many features.
As well as supporting GPS and Wi-Fi, the new handset boasts a five megapixel camera with flash and video recording.
Last week, BlackBerry services across Europe, the Middle East and Africa were lost in a 20-hour blackout.
As a result of the crash, millions of Blackberry users were left without email, web browsing and messaging services.
Bosses at BlackBerry apologised for the blackout, yet experts have suggested that the crisis has done damage to its reputation as it faces intense competition from the likes of Apple and Samsung.
Posted by Andre Dixon