Nothing really new here other than the slick Sapphire Blue color for the tried and true 8320. Other than the usual AT&T is throwing in free Wi-Fi from AT&T. AT&T has Wi-Fi at Starbucks, Barnes & Noble and thousands more restaurants, airports, hotels and other places around the US so that should be useful.
It looks like the device is shipping with OS 4.5 since they mention Documents To Go in the press release. You can find the device on AT&T’s website at att.com/blackberrycurve8320. It looks like it won’t be in stores until 2009.
Pricing and Availability
The BlackBerry Curve 8320 smartphone with built-in Wi-Fi is now available online at http://att.com/blackberrycurve8320 and through AT&T’s direct business-to-business sales organizations for as low as $149.99 with a two-year contract and mail-in rebate. In early 2009, it will be available at select AT&T retail stores and national retailers.