In case you don't feel like waiting an extra month for a Wi-Fi-enabled BlackBerry, AT&T will release the titanium variant of the BlackBerry Curve 8320 on Tuesday, September 23. According to the people at BlackBerry News, the new Curve will run OS 4.5 and cost $200 on a 2-year contract, with a $100 mail-in rebate if you subscribe to a data plan. Sure, the Bold, which has GPS and 3G along with Wi-Fi, is coming in October, but it's also a good $200 more. [BlackBerry News]
Can someone tell me whether the WiFi connection on a Curve is significantly faster than the cellular wireless connection? I have always been disappointed by the speed of the web browser on our BlackBerry devices, but always wondered whether it was the device or the internet connection.