We first heard that the iDEN BlackBerry 8350i would be coming sometime in Q4 a couple of weeks ago, however, BlackBerry News is narrowing it down a bit and zeroing in on December 1st as a scheduled launch date.
The BlackBerry 8350i will be the first BlackBerry available to Nextel subscribers in several years. If Sprint can keep from messing this up, subscribers who simply refuse to move away from the original Push to Talk Network should flock to this device.
Any ideas on a price???
I just, as in 2 days ago moved from Nextel to Sprint for the blackberry curve. I dont know what those folks over at nextel have been doing, but they move slower than any othe company when it comes to the introduction of new phones. Particularly blackberrys. My 7100 was about 3 or 4 years old.
I can’t wait!!
I think the Blackberry Curve 8350i is going to be a great phone! However, to add icing on the cake, I would give the backing of the phone a rubbery covering as well to make it more durable, the trademark of Nextel phones.