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BlackBerry Style 9670 appears on Sprint's inventory system

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BlackBerry Style 9670 appears on Sprint's inventory system
Things are moving quickly for the BlackBerry Style 9670. Just the other day, the handset was visiting the FCC as we reported, and now it is listed on Sprint's inventory system. With the BlackBerry Developers Conference next week, we could see an official announcement introducing the handset with its unique (for BlackBerry) clamshell form factor. Under the hood is a dual CDMA radio which means that Verizon could also find itself launching this model as well. The new BlackBerry 6 OS is onboard which means that the new WebKit browser is also along for the ride.

For BlackBerry fans who love the software and want to try something different on the hardware side, the Style 9670 brings it all to you in a package that is sure to be an attention getter. No launch date has been revealed and Sprint's inventory system shows the phone available only in "Oxford Copper".

RIM BlackBerry Style 9670 Preliminary Specifications

source: BlackBerryOS






BlackBerry Style 9670 appears on Sprint's inventory system



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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:48

1. Landmarkcm (Posts: 399; Member since: 11 Aug 2009)


YES! My next phone.

posted on 26 Sep 2010, 20:22

2. bdj11 (unregistered)


EVDO REV 0 = fail. otherwise, I love flip phones, yet need a smart phone. I will never buy a REV 0 again.

posted on 27 Sep 2010, 01:03

3. Landmarkcm (Posts: 399; Member since: 11 Aug 2009)


Im currently using the first Lg Lotus & it's Rev0 and it's actaully faster! then my Samsung Moment was on Rev A not as much buffering when just using Sprints network actually hold a better signal too. So it just depends & thats where the wifi will help on the Style as well.

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