Along with a number of other handset announcements,
There's plenty more good news. In addition to supporting the iDEN network for use with Direct Connect and Group Connect push-to-talk services, the BlackBerry Curve 8350i also features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, and GPS. The smartphone will run the latest BlackBerry OS 4.6 and features DataViz Documents to Go, an improved media player, a 2-megapixel camera with video capabilities, and a microSD expansion slot.
The RIM BlackBerry Curve 8350i is slightly bigger than the other Curve models. You do get a full QWERTY keyboard, a 65,000-color, 320x240 pixel resolution display, and a 1,400mAh lithium-ion battery, which is the largest capacity cell that RIM offers to date.
Neither Sprint nor RIM revealed pricing or an exact release date, but the Curve 8350i is expected to be available by the end of the year.
CTIA Super Mobility Week
reading•Roger that: Sprint intros push-to-talk RIM BlackBerry Curve 8350i
Sep 16•This 'smart' wheelchair knows to send repair notices, health alerts
Sep 16•A smart wheelchair means you're never disconnected (pictures)
Sep 11•Under Armour: In the next few years, all our products will be smart
Sep 11•Windows 10 finds a new smartphone ally: Alcatel OneTouch