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    Verizon's BlackBerry Curve 8330 in pictures

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    Engadgetmobile has fresh pics of Verizons BlackBerry 8330.

    Now with 96 MB (Flash memory) the BlackBerry 8330 Curve is still the smallest and lightest BlackBerry smartphone ever to come with a full QWERTY keyboard.

    Also see: Comprehensive Blackberry 8330 Curve Guide

    * First set of photos
    * Second set of photos

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    Wow- totally Hot! ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    release date??? anyone. watch them get it before sprint lol
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    Now snazzier but with just as much GPS crippled functionality as the other Verizon devices I'm sure.
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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~like it. Can't wait to get it in my hands

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    Why is the 96mb accentuated giving people false hope lol, CDMA devices require more internal memory to functio, so the extra MB are gonna be absorbed by the cdma radio, end user gains nothing in this situation

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    uh.....my 8130, 8830, 7130e, and 8703e all had 64MB just like your GSM 8300, the 8330 being the first BB with MORE than 64MB **IS** a point to highlight.....thanks.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhyde79 View Post
    uh.....my 8130, 8830, 7130e, and 8703e all had 64MB just like your GSM 8300, the 8330 being the first BB with MORE than 64MB **IS** a point to highlight.....thanks.....
    +1 ( even though I'm with tmo)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiMPSP View Post
    Why is the 96mb accentuated giving people false hope lol, CDMA devices require more internal memory to functio, so the extra MB are gonna be absorbed by the cdma radio, end user gains nothing in this situation

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    I'm pretty sure that's not accurate. Radio type should not effect user memory as dhyde79 said. Where ever did you pull this idea out of?

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    When dose the curve 8330 hit the self for Verizon?

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