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    I remember awhile ago i think crackberry asked rim does the blackberry curve 9360 have liquid graphics and RIM answered yes it does have its own cpu gpu and does support liguid graphics but i found this today while on the web on my curve
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    :O This is disappointing
    Either way, the graphics are really smooth. Must be the good processor they put into this phone
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    Check this out


    4. Liquid Graphics technology is not available on BlackBerry Bold 9790, BlackBerry Curve 9380 and BlackBerry Curve 9350/9360 smartphones.


    and here is the link,


    BlackBerry - BlackBerry 7 OS - BB7 - New BlackBerry 7 for the new Torch, Curve, & Bold - CA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny0oOo View Post
    I remember awhile ago i think crackberry asked rim does the blackberry curve 9360 have liquid graphics and RIM answered yes it does have its own cpu gpu and does support liguid graphics but i found this today while on the web on my curve
    I also remember that. It was the 9360's review, see http://crackberry.com/blackberry-curve-9360-review. At the Processor / Chipset / Performance section it was indeed stated:

    The BlackBerry Curve 9350/9360/9370 all support Liquid Graphics. They each have a GPU and the re-architected graphics pipeline works wonders, so you should notice the fast, responsive UI, which is made possible by Liquid Graphics. And yes, the BlackBerry Curve 9350/9360/9370 models all support OpenGL

    So did RIM found out later that the 9360 didn't have Liquid Graphics?
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    What the ??! When I bought it the site sayed it had liquid graphics , and now suddnley it doesn't ??
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    Liquid Graphics is some bull anyway lol
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    what is the difference? i think the curve is smooth display
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    Quote Originally Posted by derrickps3 View Post
    what is the difference? i think the curve is smooth display
    That's what I was thinking.

    I mean, I didn't know/hear about it "having" a crystal display so that didn't sway my opinion as whether or not to buy it. But I wouldn't know either way because the phone seems to have a great display.
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    It's possible that it's because the 9360 uses a Marvell but the 9350/9370 uses a Qualcomm. iirc the marvell doesn't support OpenGL, just the Qualcomm. That may have caused the confusion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grahamf View Post
    It's possible that it's because the 9360 uses a Marvell but the 9350/9370 uses a Qualcomm. iirc the marvell doesn't support OpenGL, just the Qualcomm. That may have caused the confusion.
    Agreed, since the 9790 uses the same processor as the 9360/50/70 (Yes they do, the clock speed is irrelevant) that would explain the statement made by RIM

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