BlackBerry 8320 coming to AT&T in new blue hue

AT&T BlackBerry 8320

We’re still crossing our fingers for a September 12th. BlackBerry Bold launch on AT&T, but if you aren’t holding your breath for it, the Wi-Fi BlackBerry Curve (8320) is aiming for a late September launch, which will finally complete AT&T’s Wi-Fi BlackBerry lineup. Included will be OS 4.5 (also due to hit BlackBerry 8120, BlackBerry 8820, BlackBerry 8310, and BlackBerry 8300), along with all of the associated goodies like e-mail search, free/busy lookup, Documents to Go… Of course, Wi-Fi in and of itself will offer access to AT&T’s some 17,000 hotspots across the U.S., which ain’t nothing to sneeze at, and it’ll be supporting AT&T’s Push-to-Talk service. While no pricing was mentioned, you can expect this one in the $100-range (like the 8310) and coming in a dashing new sapphire blue paint job.

2 Responses to “BlackBerry 8320 coming to AT&T in new blue hue”

  1. 1 Tedium

    So it’s a trade off… WiFi for GPS?

  2. 2 Loony2nz

    up to 32gb? They make MicroSD cards in this size? Gotta be an arm and a leg if they do.

    Liking the blue though! Too bad I’m a VZW curve owner already.

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