Boost Mobile adds three handsets to its line-up
The Curve 8330 features a 2.4 inch QVGA display and a 2MP camera with flash. Of course, a physical QWERTY keyboard is on the device, ready for you to type out email and texts. The Sanyo Incognito is a clamshell device with a touch sensitive keyboard on the front, a full QWERTY keyboard inside the shell and a 320 x 240 resolution screen measuring 2.6 inches. Unfortunately, only a 2.5mm audio jack is on the handset. The Mirro is a clamshell with a 1.3MP camera with a 2.4 inch display and resolution of 240 x 320 pixels.
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2. uknow85 posted on 04 Jan 2010, 22:28 0 0
a boost blackberry with churp thats just unclassy lol
4. phoneguy posted on 05 Jan 2010, 06:02 0 0
no chirp. This is a CDMA blackberry, actually all of these phones are CDMA, since Sprint purchased Virgin mobile it would be safe to assume that the Boost unlimited plan is moving to the CDMA platform, thats pretty sweet.
3. kilari posted on 05 Jan 2010, 00:13 0 0
What happened to Virgin Mobile being Sprints CDMA prepaid offering? I dont get it, they just bought Virgin.
5. phoneguy posted on 05 Jan 2010, 06:03 0 0
put 2 and 2 together dude, Virgin will be no more, it is Boost from now on.
6. roberto92989 posted on 06 Jan 2010, 15:03 0 0
THIS IS GREAT!!!!!!!!!! I HAD BOOST MOBILE CDMA AND I WAS SAD WHEN THEY STOP MAKING CDMA PHONES AND I SWITCHED TO METRO PieCe of Shit! BUT IM DEFENATLY COMING BACK TO BOOST!!