RIM's BlackBerry Curve 8900 coming to T-Mobile USA

7 Jan 2009 | BlackBerry , RIM , Smartphone , T-Mobile | 4 comments


Good news BlackBerry fans. Research in Motion today announced that T-Mobile USA will start selling the new BlackBerry Curve 8900 smartphone to its customers.

Dubbed as the thinnest and lightest QWERTY BlackBerry, the Curve 8900 will feature built-in GPS with support of location-based services, WiFi with voice and data support, a 3.2 megapixel camera with digital zoom, image stabilization and flash, video recording and playback, a music player, a 3.5mm stereo headset jack and a microSD/SDHC memory card slot with a 256MB card included in the box. All this running on 512MHz processor.

T-Mobile is expected to launch the BlackBerry Curve 8900 smartphone in mid-February. Price has not been revealed.

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by Stuart on Jan 7, 2009

I'm addicted to my BB. I can't do anything without it. Is that bad? What do you think the price will be on this one?

by Vanessa on Jan 8, 2009

Omg this Blackberry is super cute. Looks like the Blackberry Bold. Can't wait!!!! I just wonder how much it will be.

by Red on Feb 19, 2009

It's ~$429 online at tmobile.com if you're not eligible for the rebates (if you're mid-contract). It's sold out around Denver. Ordered mine online and it's coming Monday! Woohoo!

by drew work on Feb 21, 2009

Yo got mine doing surveys no bs out of pocket cost me around 67 dollars in surveys and about an hour in canceling those survey phone is amazing get yours while they last