Just a short time ago, RIM announced three new BlackBerry Curve handsets powered by BlackBerry OS 7. The stable includes the Curve 9350, Curve 9360 and the Curve 9370. However, release dates and pricing are always up to the carriers to announce so we didn’t have anything concrete in regards to both of those when this announcement arrived.
Shortly afterwards though, Sprint announced that it will be carrying the BlackBerry Curve 9350 and that it will be launching it on September 7th for $80 on a new two-year contract. Qualified Sprint business customers will be able to snag it for $50. All of these prices come after you send in a mail-in rebate of $50 so you’re going to be paying a lot more upfront.
And before you take the plunge and buy this phone, you’ll want to be aware of Sprint’s new mail-in rebate policy first.
Besides BlackBerry 7, the Curve 9350 features NFC support, 512MB RAM, 2GB microSD card included in the deal, Wi-Fi, 5MP camera with HD video capture, flash and zoom, and more.
Again, September 7th for $80 for most of you.
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