By Stephen Schenck | August 15, 2011 7:06 PM
Late last week, we got a glimpse at the BlackBerry Curve Touch 9380, in all its blurrycam glory. The smartphone, codenamed Orlando, is the GSM version of the CDMA Malibu. Hot off that appearance, the 9380 is back for another stint in the spotlight, this time with a proper video to help show it off.
The video makes it clear just how petite the phone is, with a screen supposed to measure-in at just 3.25-inches. That may be too small for some users, especially without a hardware keyboard, but it also helps keep the phone small for easy pocket stowage.
We can also now see that the Curve Touch will have NFC capabilities, like the Bold 9900; it’s been unclear just which of the new wave of BlackBerrys will have the transceivers. The phone’s expected to arrive with an 800MHz processor and 512MB of RAM, but we’ve yet to hear any prospective launch dates. For now, you can check out for yourself how the 9380 measures-up to other RIM handsets in the video below.