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WIND Mobile has recently launched the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300, which features a 2.4" (320 x 240) display, 2MP camera, and runs OS 5 at launch, but will be upgradable to OS 6 soon. It also features an optical trackpad, Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS, and can hold up to 32GB with a microSD card. The Curve 3G has been available from other carriers for some time now, but it's always good to see WIND expanding on their device line-up. The Curve 3G 9300 is available now, for $290 contract-free, and will apparently be available through WIND upcoming tab program, though no definite information yet on when that will launch.


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Mobilicity recently announced that they would be carrying the Google Nexus One, and it looks like that's just one of the many new handsets being launched by the new entrant. Available now (but apparently out of stock), the BlackBerry Curve 3G features the standard BlackBerry form with a full QWERTY keyboard, 2.4" (320 x 240) display, and an optical trackpad for navigation. Supported connectivity includes 3G, Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS, and the device also features a 2MP camera, and memory expansion up to 32GB via microSD card. Coming in at the lowest outright price in Canada, the BlackBerry curve 3G is now among Mobilicity's growing handset line-up for just $299.99 outright.


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Sasktel has launched the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300, the newest model in the Curve line-up by RIM. The Curve 3G features a 2.4" (320x240) display, 2MP camera, Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and of course 3G connectivity. Featuring a full QWERTY keyboard and optical trackpad, this device is confirmed to be getting BlackBerry 6 - the new OS currently only available on the Torch 9800. Along with a re-designed UI, BlackBerry 6 comes with a new WebKit browser, which is a significant improvement over the existing BlackBerry web browser. The Curve 3G is available now from Sasktel for $50 on a 3 year term, or $375 contract-free in either "Graphite" or "Fuschia".


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Rogers recently released new Pay as you Go BlackBerry plans, and we've been expecting an official prepaid launch since. They've added the BlackBerry Curve 8520 to their Pay as you Go line-up, for $349.99. This version of the Curve features an 2.4" (320x240) display, optical trackpad, and 2MP camera, along with Wi-Fi connectivity. With 128MB of internal memory, this device is expandable up to 16GB via microSD card, and the handset is available in black, purple, or white.


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Rogers has officially launched the BlackBerry Curve 9300, with pricing of $79.99 on a 3 year term, or $399.99 outright. The 9300 is very similar to the 8520, but offers connectivity over Rogers' 3G network, providing faster data speeds. It features an optical trackpad for navigation, a 2.4" (320x240) display, full QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a 3.15 MP camera. At roughly $80 on a 3 year term, we're suggesting you opt for the Bold 9700 at only $20 more. If you're looking to purchase the device contract-free, the new Curve 9300 might be a good choice, since it's outright pricing of $399 is the lowest of any current BlackBerry from Rogers, but beware, as of now it doesn't seem like this device is going to get RIM's upcoming OS, BlackBerry 6.


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As of today, Virgin Mobile has officially launched the BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9100 for $49.99 on a 3 year contract, or $349.99 outright. The BlackBerry Pearl 3G features a 360x400 display, 3G connectivity, optical trackpad, 3.2MP camera, and Wi-Fi (b, g, n). With a 624MHz processor and 256MB internal memory, the Pearl 3G is one of the most powerful BlackBerry handsets out there, all while maintaining the familiar compact 20-key Pearl layout.

So far, Rogers, Telus and Virgin Mobile are the only three carriers to currently offer the device, though Bell is expected to launch it on June 4th.


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After several weeks of unexplained delays, it seems Bell will finally launch the BlackBerry Pearl 3G this Friday, June 4th. Though nothing is completely set in stone, this new addition to the BlackBerry line-up is expected to cost around $29.95 on a 3 year term, or $329.95 contract-free.

The BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9100 features high-end specifications in the familiar compact Pearl form, and will be the first in Bell's Pearl line-up to use their HSPA network. Other significant improvements over previous models include an increased display resolution, 3.2MP camera, optical trackpad, and Wi-Fi (b, g, n).


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Effective today, the BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9100 is available in pink through Telus. This new addition Telus' BlackBerry line-up was originally expected earlier this month, but was delayed in launch for unknown reasons. The Pearl 3G features a 360x400 display, 3.2MP camera, and optical trackpad. It packs a 624MHz processor and 256MB internal memory into the slim Pearl form-factor, using a 20-key QWERTY suretype keyboard for text entry. The BlackBerry 9100 supports 3G, and Wi-Fi (b, g, n) for faster data speeds.

The BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9100 in pink is available now through Telus, starting at $29.99 on a 3 year term, and priced at $349.99 outright.


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A few days ago Rogers dealers and employees began receiving specification/pricing sheets for the BlackBerry Pearl 3G, branded with an effective date of May 26th, 2010. With this information officially released, stock should be filling up for both retail and direct fulfillment outlets any day now, with some already received shipments.

The BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9100 maintains the familiar Pearl shape, staying compact with a 20-key QWERTY Suretype keyboard, but adding the optical trackpad. It features a 360x400 display, 3.15MP camera, 624MHz processor, and 256MB of internal memory, which is expandable up to 32GB via microSD. This new handset developed by RIM supports 3G network connectivity, as well as Wi-Fi (b, g, and n - a first for BlackBerry devices) and bluetooth, making it one of the most feature-filled BlackBerry handsets released to date.

The BlackBerry Pearl is officially available now through Rogers, and costs $49.99 on a 3 year term, or $449.99 outright. We've also received word that Rogers will be offering the device for $29.99 with a 3 year contract as a promotion, however no word on how long that pricing will be effective for, or the exact eligibility criteria.


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KOODO recently announced that they would be offering the BlackBerry Curve 8530 in the near-future, and thanks to internal documents we have now have more details available. The 8530 is set to launch on May 25th, 2010 and will cost $300 outright, or $150 on the Tab.

The 8530 is the first BlackBerry handset to be offered by KOODO, and will be available in silver. The 8530 is a CDMA device, and features a 2.5" (320x240) display, 2MP camera, and optical trackpad for navigation. The handset also features Wi-Fi and A-GPS, and should make a nice addition to the KOODO line-up.


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