T-Mobile have discontinued the BlackBerry Curve 8900. According to the carrier, the device has “reached the end of its life-cycle.” With pics of the 8910 surfacing, we could see this device head for T-Mobile and replace the 8900. Personally, I really like the 8900 and if it were up to me, I’d keep the device around and offer it for free.
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The guys at Unwired View caught the Bluetooth SIG certification for the BlackBerry 8910 and Ronen at BerryReview managed to score a pic of the device. While there are few details circulating about the BlackBerry Curve 8910, we can only guess that it will be a minor update to the 8900 series for foreign markets. It could be the CDMA version and all we really know for sure is that it has the standard trackpad, something I would have loved on my 8900. We’ll start seeing more details emerge soon.
RIM has pushed OS 5 out and now it’s up to the carriers to get it to the users.With OS 5 available for the Bold 9000, hopefully we’ll see more devices getting an upgrade shortly. OS 184.108.40.2061 is now available for the BlackBerry Curve 8900 from a variety of carriers including Vodafone and Optus Mobile. Remember to delete the vendor.xml file located in: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader.
JLDesigns have a new theme up and this one is for the girls (or guys who love pink). It’s called Letters:Pink and it’s available for the Bold 9700/9000, Tour and Curve 8900. The theme features mostly text-based icons and a pink color scheme.
For all those looking for the latest OS 5 build for their device, bbleaks spotted OS 220.127.116.111 for the Bold 9000, Curve 8900 and Curve 8520.
Remember, if the links die, be a friend and comment a new mirror link. They pop in the forums constantly.
Miguel over at lablackberry sent in a tip that the carrier Alfa has launched the Bold 9000 and Curve 8900 in Lebanon. Back in January, RIM announced that the Bold 9000 and the Curve 8320 had been launched by EMS and MTC Touch in Lebanon. Good news for the Lebanese. Time to go pick up a new device, YALLA YALLA!