As mentioned before, the Curve 9300 is not really different from the Curve 8520 – the biggest change is that the new handset features 3G. And, by the way, it doesn’t seem to run BlackBerry OS 6, like the Torch.
Rogers’ BlackBerry Curve 3G costs $79.99 with a 3-yr contract agreement, or $399.99 free of contract. It’s available here.
Motorola FlipOut is also available at Rogers starting today.
The Moto Android 2.1 smartphone costs as low as $29.99 (3-yr contract required) and comes with MotoBlur, a full QWERTY keyboard, 2.8 inch QVGA touchscreen display, 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3.5mm headset jack, and a 3MP camera. You can buy the FlipOut online here.
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