AT&T Customers Get Blackberry Curve 8900

Posted: May 5 2009, 1:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:12pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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AT&T subscribers that have been waiting for the Curve 8900 to hit the network don’t have to wait anymore, for the announcement anyway. The Curve 8900 will hit the AT&T network early this summer according to the wireless provider with new features and better performance.

The handset will include GPS and Wi-Fi along with a next generation processor providing multimedia capability. The 8900 is the thinnest QWERTY Blackberry available with a high-resolution 480 x 360 pixel screen.

The handset gets a 3.2MP camera with auto focus and image stabilization. Memory expansion is via microSD/SDHC cards allowing users to carry more music on the go. An unlimited data plan purchase also gets users free AT&T Wi-Fi access. Pricing and an exact launch date are unknown at this time.

Via AT&T

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