Most of the new handset news in recent weeks has focused on the latest Android smartphones being made available in the coming weeks. But what us a good thing for is consumers is that there is plenty of choice for most tastes and budgets. Today we have the news that the AT&T BlackBerry Bold 9900 and others are dated by the carrier.
The carrier announced the latest additions to its BlackBerry range and started by revealing the Bold 9900 will be landing on November 6th, and plans to charge $200 for it according to Electronista. Another BlackBerry smartphone the Torch 9860 will also be available on the same day for $100. These are all on condition of a new two year contract though.
Meanwhile the lower priced BlackBerry Curve 9360 will come later in the month on the 30th, and be available for $30 with a contract. If you are a corporate or government user you can get hold of the Curve on November 14th without the camera.
Spec wise the Curve 9360 has a 2.4-inch 480 x 360 display, and powered by an 800MHz processor. You also get a 5-megapixel camera with VGA video capture. While the Bold 9900 gives you a 2.8-inch 640 x 480 touchscreen, and is powered by a 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor with 720p video recording and a larger keyboard.
The carrier was among the first to get a Blackberry 7 device in the country with the Torch 9810. AT&Ts versions of the BlackBerry smartphones will be released after most of the other main US carriers have already launched theirs. These new BlackBerry handsets come just as AT&T is launching its first LTE handsets, the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket and the HTC Vivid.
Do any of the new Blackberry handsets interest you?
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