Leave it to Boy Genius to get their hands on internal documentation from AT&T that gives us insight in to the BlackBerry Curve 8320’s future on AT&T’s network.
The WiFi-toting BlackBerry Curve 8320 has already hit T-Mobile as a globe-trotting handset, so it only stands to reason that AT&T get their own, Sapphire Blue-colored variant of the BlackBerry Curve 8320. What’s more, the internal docs confirm that AT&T cutsomers will be getting a taste of the latest BlackBerry OS 4.5 with their Sapphire Blue BlackBerry Curve 8320.
The BlackBerry Curve 8320 will apparently hit AT&T with the same 2 megapixel camera, microSDHC card slot, and Bluetooth 2.0 that we’ve come to expect. Look for the Sapphire Blue BlackBerry Curve 8320 to drop in the last week of September. Pricing information isn’t available yet, but expect subsidized pricing to be fair and affordable.