Sprint’s BlackBerry Curve 9350 Coming On September 9th For $79.99

A few hours ago, RIM has officially announced the new set of Blackberry Curve phones, but the Canadian company didn’t have anything to say regarding carrier availability and prices. Here’s another source of RIM-related news. Right after the RIM’s announcement, Sprint has confirmed that it is bringing the BlackBerry Curve 9350 handset to the U.S. BlackBerry Curve will be available for purchase beginning September 9th for a very affordable price tag of $79.99. As it’s a low-end spec’d and less priced handset, various third party retailer may offer the Blackberry Curve 9350 handset for Free on contract or else they will offer it for lower price tag than the original price tag of the carrier. Moreover, the Sprint Business customers can get the Curve 9350 for just $49.99 (after a $50 mail-in rebate) on a business account.

Sprint’s BlackBerry Curve 9350

The BlackBerry Curve trio is having all the same specifications. Unlike the world-phone Curve 9370, Curve 9350 has CDMA connectivity, while the Curve 9360 has EDGE / HSDPA connectivity.

Sprint’s Blackberry Curve 9350 will be having the new BlackBerry OS 7, 2.4 inch display with 480 X 360 pixels of resolution, Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC, 5MP camera with flash, 512MB RAM, 512MB ROM, an 800MHz processor, microSD card support for memory expansion up to 32GB, 2GB microSD card included, BlackBerry Balance, BlackBerryPlayBook support with BlackBerry Bridge, powered by 1000mAh battery, and a whole host of the Blackberry & Sprint services.

Read: Blackberry Curve 9350 Full Specifications.

[Source: Sprint]

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