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Despite the incredible amount of Android-related launches happening recently, Virgin Mobile has released the incredibly affordable BlackBerry Curve 9320. The Curve 9320 features a 2.44? (320 x 240) display, and offers a 3.2 MP camera with LED flash and basic video recording. It runs on BlackBerry OS 7.1, and is powered by an 800 MHz processor and 512 MB of RAM, and comes with 512 MB of internal storage. Connectivity includes HSPA, Wi-Fi (with Hotspot), and Bluetooth.

If you?re interested in getting a new device and like the reliability of the BlackBerry keyboard, check out Virgin Mobile now. It is available now for free on the SuperTab, or just $149.99 monthly!


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KOODO Mobile has officially launched the white version of the BlackBerry Curve 3G. White BlackBerry handsets have typically done very well, so launching this colour variation is a great move by the carrier. All of the features and specifications are the same as the black version, and pricing is also consistent. You can pick up the white Curve 3G for the low price of $250 outright, or $100 using the tab.


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Virgin Mobile has recently added a few of their post-paid devices to their Prepaid line-up, including the BlackBerry Pearl 3G, Curve 3G, and the Samsung Galaxy 550. The BlackBerry Pearl 3G and Curve 3G are each available for $299.99 with a Prepaid activation, while the Galaxy 550 comes in at just $179.99.

The BlackBerry Curve 3G is available in both colours, red and black. While $299.99 isn't too expensive for this handset, remember, KOODO Mobile is offering it up for $250 contract-free.


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We recently let you know that Fido was getting set to launch the BlackBerry Curve 9300, and today they've done just that. The Curve 3G is now available for $30 on a 3 year term, or $400 contract-free. The 9300 has a 2.4" (320x240) display, full QWERTY keyboard, and runs on BlackBerry OS 6. It features a 2MP camera, and offers Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS connectivity.

While the Curve 9300 isn't the most exciting device in today's mobile market, it is nice to see Fido giving customers more options!


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Fido is getting set to launch the BlackBerry Curve 9300, a much needed addition to their currently small line-up of BlackBerry handsets. No word yet on exactly when it will launch, but pricing on a 3 year term looks to be set at $29.99.

The BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 features a 2.4" (320x240) display, full QWERTY keyboard, and a 2MP camera. It runs on BlackBerry OS 6, and comes with connectivity options including Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS.


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Both Virgin Mobile and parent-company Bell have officially released BlackBerry OS 6 for two of the three older devices promised to be receiving the update, the Bold 9700 and Curve 3G 9300. The new OS (v6.0.0.448) is available now for users of either of these devices, and offers up a redesigned user interface, improved search functionality, and a significantly improved WebKit browser. To get the update, head to BlackBerry.com or simply launch BlackBerry Desktop Manager with the handset connected. No word yet on exactly when the Pearl 3G 9100 version of the OS will become available, but we should see it launch sometime in the next few weeks!


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RIM have been slowly rolling out BlackBerry OS 6 to some of the more recent devices they offer, with each individual carrier packaging and releasing the updates themselves. Now, WIND Mobile customers who own either a Bold 9700 or Curve 9300 are in luck, as the quickly growing carrier has officially released the upgrade. For those who own a Pearl 9100, WIND has stated that the new OS "will be available in coming weeks". The update is available now, and can be downloaded/installed using the latest version of Desktop Manager.

In case you haven't been following the changes RIM have been implementing, BlackBerry OS 6 features a number of improvements over OS 5, including the new WebKit browser, new menu and homescreen layout, along with a variety of performance improvements overall.


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Fido is getting set to launch a couple of new devices, one being the Blackberry Curve 9300, and the other being the entry-level Sony Ericsson J108 Cedar. The Curve 9300 features 3G connectivity, a 2.5" (320x240) display, along with a 2MP camera. Connectivity options for the 9300 include Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS. The Ericsson J108 Cedar is a far more basic device, featuring a 2.2" (240x320) display, 2MP camera, and connectivity options including bluetooth and 3G services. No word yet on pricing or an exact launch date for either of these handsets, but we should see them become available fairly soon.


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Exciting news came to us yesterday, when we found out that RIM is working on 3 new devices planned for launch later in 2011. The new devices add NFC (near field communications) technology, and are expected to launch with an OS version of 6.1.

The BlackBerry Curve "Apollo" is the next generation handset in the Curve series, and comes in at just 11mm thick. Featuring a full QWERTY keyboard, an HVGA (480x360) display, and a 5MP camera, the Apollo should make a great addition to RIM's handset line-up.

Next up the BlackBerry "Dakota", which looks like it may be the next generation in the Bold series. The Dakota has been rumoured for about a year now, but with more information finally surfacing on the internet, it looks like it may become a reality. The Dakota features a 2.8" (640x480) touch screen display, while retaining the typical BlackBerry form factor including the full QWERTY keyboard. The Dakota also comes with a 5MP camera with LED flash and HD video capture capabilities, and measures in at just 10.5mm thick.

Last in the list of new BlackBerry devices that were recently leaked is none other than the Torch 2, a BlackBerry with specs that compare to top end Android/iOS devices. The Torch 2 will be powered by a 1.2GHz processor, and features a 3.2" (640x480) display, a 5MP camera (presumably with HD video recording capabilities), along with 512Mb of RAM, 8GB of onboard internal memory, and NFC technology just like the other two devices.

No definite word on when we can expect to see these devices launch, but speculation is pointing at Q3 or so this year. With these devices launching with OS 6.1, it's unlikely that we'll see the PlayBook's QNX OS come to BlackBerry handsets this year, so if you're holding out for that, it may be quote the wait.


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Canadians who own the Bold 9700 or Curve 3G have been experiencing a long wait for RIM's BlackBerry OS 6 to come to their devices, and oddly enough, the first carrier in Canada to go live with the new OS version is Mobilicity. BlackBerry OS 6 features a number of improvements over the previous OS 5 version, including the new WebKit browser, an updated UI, and a number of improvements to the Media player. This is definitely great news for those on Mobilicity, but those who own either of these devices from other carriers shouldn't worry too much, as official updates should be available fairly soon for all users. To download OS 6 for the Curve 3G or Bold 9700 for Mobilicity, head to BlackBerry.com


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