While the good folks from T-Mobile Germany will be the first ones to release the BlackBerry Curve 8900 this month in, er, Germany, it doesn’t mean RIM won’t be delivering this same device to the rest of the e-mail hungry, Curve-loving world.
A statement from RIM tells us that BlackBerry Curve 8900 will be hitting “most other countries, including the United States, during the first quarter of 2009.” Now that’s definitely good news, no matter which way you look at it. Good news if you’re looking forward to having this device in your hands, that is.
Incidentally, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 just passed through the FCC, and so it follows that it’s release will be some time soon. We’re sure a lot of forward-looking BlackBerry users would have wanted this device to come in time for the holidays, but no dice. There’s still no word about an official price for now, though you can bet it’s going to come in some future RIM announcement.
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