Today, Sprint announced that it would start selling the RIM BlackBerry 8830 worldphone next month. If you recall, this is the BlackBerry that has both a CDMA radio for domestic calling and EV-DO data, and a SIM slot for GSM service—and the sluggier GPRS data—abroad. The difference between Sprint's 8830 and the one…
Hola amigos. Just a quick word that Verizon has released the BlackBerry 8830 World Edition for $299 after rebate to its stores today. If you're interested, take a look at our world edition review complete with sexy, sexy voiceover by our own Jesus.
I've been using Verizon Wireless' BlackBerry 8830 outside the US for a couple of weeks now. I got it brand new and without any previous configuration so, given the problems I have had with US phones in the Old Continent in the past, my first thought was that I wasn't even going to be able to get it into the network.
With the speed new gadgets come out, their clever names like RTU-4789r and the ever-dwindling time we have to keep up, we can all use a refresher course once in a while.
The word on the streets is that RIM's BlackBerry 8300 might show up as early as next week, and that it will bear the (classy?) name "Curve."