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Sprint also announced the Curve

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Sprint also announced the Curve
Sprint also announced the Curve
As always, (at least) a few days after Verizon Wireless, Sprint announced the BlackBerry Curve 8330. However, Sprint customers may cheer up as they will be able to purchase it later this month (probably April 16th) for as low as $180 after rebates. Verizon announced it will start offering it one month later, at $90 more.

The CDMA Curve follows the idea of the GSM model (available with both AT&T and T-Mobile): it is a compact consumer-targeted phone with full QWERTY, but is also equipped with a camera. It has QVGA landscape display, 2-megapixel camera, 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD slot, and HTML browser.

BlackBerry Curve 8330 Specifications

source: Sprint

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:41

1. ceelo (unregistered)

is this phone also going to have q chat, i read in the specs it has push to talk or is this just a misprint ? any info ?

posted on 02 Apr 2008, 16:55

2. T-Money3000 (unregistered)

Let Sprint have it first so VZW can wait and see what kind of BUGS are involved with the phone. Then they'll get it and ROCK the industry with it.

posted on 02 Apr 2008, 21:25

3. Fred (unregistered)

Or...let Sprint have it first so VZW can finally release it 5 years later.

posted on 03 Apr 2008, 09:12

4. mtm (unregistered)

release date for sprint is apr 20th. will have red and the dark gray blackish color we see in pics here. will not have ptt, will have pic mail, sprint music store, sprint nav, blackberry nav. no info on pricing yet

posted on 03 Apr 2008, 09:24

5. (unregistered)

Will this have wireless LAN as it does with AT&T?

posted on 05 Apr 2008, 04:12

6. who? (unregistered)

Don't worry, VZW will "f" it up with their own software. Sprint's version will be superior.

posted on 07 Apr 2008, 11:38

7. (unregistered)

i think acutally date is 4/20 for this and Katana LX

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