Sprint had announced the coming soon-ness of the BlackBerry Curve 8350i a few months back. After some waiting and delay, Sprint has finally begun selling the device online. The device is rumored to be appearing in-store by some time in January 2009.
The BlackBerry 8350i supports the PTT (push-to-talk) network with the Nextel Direct Connect Service. Also packed into the device is a 2MP camera, WiFi, GPS, a microSD card slot and of course the traditional QWERTY keyboard to help you punch out those long emails.
Key Features of the Sprint BlackBerry Curve 8350i:
- Wi-Fi® capable
- Thin, full QWERTY keyboard design
- Nextel Direct Connect®
- Group Connect
- GPS enabled
- Slim and fashionable
- Web, email capable
- Built-in camera
- External display
- Memory card slot
- Voice dialing
You can pick one up from Sprint online at $149.99 on a 2-year contract. An ‘instant savings’ of $230 and a $100 mail-in rebate is applied to the regular price of $479.99 to bring the price down to $149.99. Not a bad price-point for a solid device. Pick one up from Sprint right here.