Pretty nice they did the same thing they did with the Bold basically. Makes sense.... BlackBerry Curve forum
Pretty nice they did the same thing they did with the Bold basically. Makes sense.
pics look good but where does it say ATT on the phone the Bold and the Curve nest to the new curve says ATT. Is it going to be like t-mobile and placed on the back.
i see no difference
I just want to understand the difference between the 8900 in the picture and the tmobile version. they look the same.
if it is coming which i don't doubt, it will have 3G but I can tell you this after playing with phones that have a 3G chip in it, it will not be as light as the one on t-mobile. try it for yourself, take the iphone the bold and the storm you can tell the 3G chip makes the phone heavier. so how can they call it a curve it the curve suppose to be smaller and lighter then all other blackberry's out there.
Originally Posted by ice44
Well, you can tell thats definitely not a T-Mo 8900 simply by looking at the keys. T-MO 8900 has all black number keys with red numbers. The 8900 in this pic has black/white number keys. Im sure it probably says ATT on the back the way Tmo has theirs.
Last edited by jawbrkr; 02-04-2009 at 01:08 PM.
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How about Rogers or a UK version? This would be a very bad time for ATT to release a 2g phone. They're blasting their "fastest 3g network" horn in all their ads. They just released the Bold and iPhone, so they have a lot of catching up to do without confusing people with yet another offering. There's not much to gain and quite a bit to lose what with their 2g EDGE problems that they're writing about in online places. And I say no way RIM will come forth with a 3g Curve this quick on the heels of the Storm/Bold releases. They can only lose with that too and they have a lot of 8900s yet to sell seeing as how it's still unreleased for another week to the folks out there.
Originally Posted by jawbrkr
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