AT&T BlackBerry 8310 launching September 24th.

We’ve heard that AT&T’s GPS-ified BlackBerry 8310 is set for launch on September 24th, which would line up well with a their Pearl 2 debut mid-September. The talk about BlackBerry 8800s getting phased out to make room for the 8820 gets you wondering about how long it will be before the BlackBerry 8300 gets the same treatment. If there’s no significant price difference, is there a reason someone wouldn’t go for the 8310 over the 8300? Hell, if the BlackBerry 8310 is going to be in black, it’s a done deal - anyone who hadn’t gotten around to picking up a Curve will just grab the newer model. All these new devices are fun and all, but should RIM be spacing out their product releases a bit more to give them time to sell?

Comments [9 Responses]

August 30th, 2007 at 8:57 am

It really annoys me that 3 months ago I purchased the 8300 and now they are coming out with a 8310 with GPS enabled. What next 8315 in January with WiFi?

8310 set to launch, New Blackberry Curve with GPS | Viral Electronics
August 30th, 2007 at 9:46 am

[…] Blackberry Cool has announced that ATT is set to launch the new Blackberry Curve 8310 on September 24th.  This new upgrade is going to include GPS.  September is set to big a big month for ATT and Blackberry with the release of the new Pearl 2, Curve 8310 and the 8820 all in the month of September on the ATT network. […]

August 30th, 2007 at 10:57 am

So you’re telling me that AT&T is going to carry both the 8810 and 8820?

Joking right?

August 30th, 2007 at 11:19 am

Thanks for the update. I can’t wait until it is out. My Cingular wrecked Nokia E62 is killing me….

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