It seems as if Research In Motion
is gearing up for the holiday season, and they're sharing the cheer with everyone! In addition to the launch of the Pearl Flip on T-Mobile, Bold on AT&T, and the upcoming Storm on Verizon, the company today announced the BlackBerry 8900 "Javelin" for T-Mobile Germany. Although it lacks 3G, the device offers a 480x360 screen, Wi-Fi, GPS, and a 3.2 megapixel camera (better than the Bold, we might add). Based on the naming scheme, it will more than likely replace the existing BlackBerry Curve, thus offering the corporate world an alternative to the tried-and-true BlackBerry 8700.
The device is expected to become available in mid-November, and will cost EUR 5 ($7) on a two-year contract, or EUR 360 ($450) if the no-contract option is your cup of tea. Since the device is launching on T-Mobile Germany, we can only hope that T-Mobile USA will receive it soon.BlackBerry 8900 Specifications