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Sprint releases the BlackBerry Curve 9350

By Michelle Haag on 3 Oct 2011 11:39 am EDT
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Sprint BlackBerry Curve 9350
Sprint customers, if you've been waiting to pick up a new BlackBerry Curve 9350 I'm happy to tell you that the wait is over. Though it was pushed back from September, the October release date held strong and the device is now available. You can order it online for as low as $49.99 on a two year contract after mail-in rebate and web savings, or grab it for $349 outright. Thanks for sending this in Keith!

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Sprint releases the BlackBerry Curve 9350

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The new entry level BB is rocking a 25% faster processor than the fastest BB last year. Talk about upping the game.

Choice is nice. BB users have: full screen, slider, physical keyboards, etc. Battery swap capability, don't try to trap you in one ecosystem.

Tomorrow the new iPhone may come out. Here is a forecast. No choice (it would require a huge app overhaul and lose their advantage). The "Change everything again" will get pushed in persuasive commercials every day until Christmas but in the end you will have one 3.5" screen and one button. Just like the previous four phones and just like the iPhone 6, 7, 8, etc.

However, they claim that they are on the verge of something revolutionary. Yes, push-email! Wow.

AT&T is still laggin' on that Bold 9900. I'm getting my hands on whatever comes out first...9900 or iphone 5

Get ready for the NexGen iPhone then. LoL, as we all know Apple releases devices no later than roughly 3 weeks from enveiling.

My head is still spinning from all the numbers and models and quite honestly, I've lost track of what does what.

While iPhone's "product line of one" strategy amazes me that is has worked so successfully, I really think RIM needs to pair down the product line to three or four at best.

Am I the only one who's confused ?

I agree... It is too confusing with all the numbers. Wasn't as bad until the OS7 devices started dropping. I'm hopeing the next gen drops the number schemes.

Hmm, at $349 I could replace my 9650 with this device while I wait for a QNX blackberry. I want a 9930, but I don't want to pay $500 for it.