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RIM BlackBerry Curve 8900

T-Mobile announced it would add the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8900 to its lineup some time in February.

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RIM BlackBerry Curve 8900

The RIM BlackBerry Curve 8900 is touted as the thinnest and lightest QWERTY BlackBerry to date.

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T-Mobile Shadow

In addition to the BlackBerry Curve 8900, T-Mobile also added the T-Mobile Shadow.

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T-Mobile Shadow

The T-Mobile Shadow is similar to its predecessor, but adds an updated look, a faster processor, and UMA support.

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T-Mobile Shadow

The T-Mobile Shadow will come in two color combinations: black with burgundy and white with mint.

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Nokia E63

Nokia announced at CES 2009 a North American version of the Nokia E63, which will become available in the coming weeks for an unlocked price of $279.99.

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HTC S743

The HTC S743 made its debut at CES 2009. It's a Windows Mobile 6.1 (Standard Edition) smartphone and features a 12-button keypad on front and a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard.

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HTC S743

The back of the HTC S743 is similar to the HTC Touch Diamond, and was made by the same designers, One & Company Design.

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Nokia N97

Though it wasn't the final product, we finally got a look at the Nokia N97 and it looks pretty darn sweet.

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