Today has been a very busy day for RIM, who have just announced their new BBM Music service alongside two new BlackBerry OS 7 phones, the BlackBerry Bold 9700 and the Curve 9380, which are basically updates to the models before them carrying BlackBerry OS 7, alongside NFC support.

The BlackBerry Bold 9790 is the first new phone RiM announced today and is the update from the previous Bold 9780, the 9790 includes its own 2.44 inch touchscreen, with a resolution of 360 x 480 and is powered by a 1GHz CPU, alongside this the 9790 also sports 8GBs of internal storage, expandable up to 32GBs, with a MicroSD card.

The Curve 9380 is the second phone RIM revealed, which is the first Curve branded phone RIM have made without the QWERTY keyboard and is instead entirely touch based with a 3.2-inch display it also sports a 480 x 360 resolution and an impressive 5-megapixel camera.

Apart from that, there’s not much else we can tell you as RIM hasn’t told us anything more than that, but we do know both the phones will feature BlackBerry’s new OS 7 and Near Field Communications support, as well as the obvious blackberry apps.

What do you think about the new BlackBerry phones? Will you buy any either of them?

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