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Verizon and RIM Announce BlackBerry Curve 3G 9330

BlackBerry 9330 Well it is finally official. Verizon and RIM have announced the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9330 to replace the Curve 8530 months after its release. The new device is coming in both charcoal and fuchsia red along with Verizon 3G EVDO and Wi-Fi. The big difference from the 8530 is that the 9330 is BlackBerry 6 ready which means it should get upgraded in the future. Knowing Verizon that means 6-9 months after launch…

Business channels will be getting the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9330 on September 16th. Regular customers will find it available in “the coming weeks” online and in stores. The device will be going for $29.99 after a $100 mail in rebate with a two year contract.

Anybody planning on picking up one of these or is the crappy 320×240 screen a big deterrent? I can see these devices being big for businesses…

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  1. The important question is – did they put the flash back?

  2. Wish it was out when I got my 8530…

    $30 + OS6 + curve keyboard is a pretty decent setup.

  3. The fact that the 9330 is updated with wireless-N, 512MB of RAM & a 624MHZ processor is great for the price but I think RIM should of added a flash & better screen resolution. I understand they are trying to keep costs low but at least give it the same res as the 8900, which by the way makes a bit of a difference.

  4. That crap screen means its not good for much but text based stuff. And OS 6 can’t look even close to good at that low resolution.

  5. Hmmm, I was excited over nothing. I thought this phone would come out on September 16th, but no we have to wait. “Coming weeks” could mean 2 weeks, but it could also mean 8 weeks, who knows?

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