For those who have lusted after the BlackBerry Curve 8900 for the longest time now will be able to pick it up from AT&T this May 21st, which is tomorrow. The long delay of this handset was attributed to issues with RIM that had to be cleared before it was OK’ed for commercial release, and we’d much rather have a working albeit slightly outdated model compared to the newest version filled to the brim with bugs. What about you?
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