AT&T; gets BlackBerry 8310

The BlackBerry might just be the businessman’s best friend but one thing is for sure: these little devices aren’t nearly as loyal as the average pooch. We’ve already seen RIM’s WiFi-enabled BlackBerry Curve 8320 on the T-Mobile network and now it looks like it’s AT&T’s turn with the 8310–the GPS variant. You know the drill: GPS, A2DP/AVRCP, 320×240 display, 2-megapixel camera, microSD expansion slot and Bluetooth 2.0. It’s a shame that they didn’t manage to pack WiFi in there as well but as you probably know, that’s how these things work with RIM. These puppies are available now from AT&T in red and titanium flavors for $199 after 2-year service agreement and mail-in rebate.

For more on the new Curve:
– see this press release
– and see some early reviews of the device

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