RIM pulls article leaking info about a Sprint version of the upcoming Curve 3 9330

RIM pulls article leaking info about a Sprint version of the upcoming Curve 3 9330
As we reported, the CDMA version of the upcoming BlackBerry Curve 3G is expected to be launched this October by Verizon. But it would appear that Sprint will also be getting a version of the phone to sell, and that information comes from RIM's own web site. A knowledge base article on the site referred to a problem that the Sprint BlackBerry Curve 9330 was having as App World and pre-loaded games (other than BrickBreaker and World Mole) would disappear from the phone without any action from the user.

RIM has since pulled the article from its site which adds substance to the idea that a Sprint branded version of the phone is real, but that this information is not ready for prime time dissemination. A check of RIM's site shows that the story has been replaced with the terse statement, "You are not authorized to access this document." The problem with this is that the cat is already out of the bag. But for the sake of the Canadian based manufacturer, when the Sprint version of the 9330 is announced, act surprised, ok?

RIM BlackBerry Curve 3 9330 Preliminary Specifications

source: BerryReview


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