We spied it sitting pretty on the network’s Coming Soon page, which confirms it’ll be landing on both pay monthly deals and pay as you go. There’s not yet any word on the phone’s pricing or release date, but we’ve contacted Orange for further information Still, keeping in line with the BlackBerry Curve pedigree, the 9360 will no doubt sport a more wallet-friendly price-tag compared to the BlackBerry Bold 9900.
That doesn’t mean RIM’s skimped on specs, though, as it comes complete with the firm’s all new operating system: BlackBerry OS 7. This’ll equip the cut-price smartphone with all-new Social Feeds app, a speedier web browser, and the recently-launched BBM Music service.
Other specs include an 800MHz processor, a 2.4-inch (non-touch) display, a 5 megapixel rear-facing camera with VGA video, up to 32GB of expandable memory, HSDPA and WiFi connectivity, and integrated NFC smarts.
Head over to Orange to register your interest.