We know it exists. Now, the question is when can we get one and for how much? We are, of course, talking about the RIM BlackBerry Bold, which has drawn many an admirer before and after its official debut earlier this week. RIM and AT&T have already confirmed that the Bold will be released later this summer, but InfoSync reportedly has information with more specifics about date and price as well as details about availability for other carriers. According to the Web site, the BlackBerry Bold will show up in AT&T stores about July, while Sprint, Verizon Wireless, and T-Mobile will get theirs in September. With the exception of T-Mobile, which for some unknown reason will charge $50 more for the device, the smartphone will go for about $300. We should note that none of this has been confirmed, and it's all rumor at this point, but it's a little light at the end of the tunnel, right? And of course, we'll let you know when we do get official word.
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