Despite RIM not yet officially announcing the BlackBerry Curve 9300 it has shown up on Rogers, and although it is not as impressive as the BlackBerry Torch it will probably be popular amongst Canadians looking for a relatively cheap smartphone.
You can see the Rogers BlackBerry Curve 9300 webpage here, if you don’t mind a three year deal it will cost you just $79.99, as part of a two-year deal it will cost you $299.99, as part of a one-year deal it will cost you $349.99 and to buy it outright it will cost you $399.99.
The Curve 9300 features a 2.4 inch display which supports a resolution of 320 x 240, a 2 megapixel camera, a microSD memory card (comes with a 2GB card as standard) along with WiFi b/g/n and GPS connectivity. Other specs are yet to be revealed, however should arrive soon.
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