Yes, the RIM Black Berry Curve 8330 is now available, and it brings the same great design of its GSM counterparts and even adds 3G to boot.
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That said, the RIM Black Berry Curve 8330 is still worth it.
Plus, Sprint's version of the Curve offers support for the carrier's multimedia services and more instant-messaging clients, making it a better value than the Verizon Wireless Black Berry Curve.
The smartphone comes in a titanium color, though unlike the AT&T Black Berry Curve 8310, the QWERTY keyboard features black keys and a black trim around the display instead of silver.
Like many Black Berry smartphones, the Black Berry Curve continues to make its rounds with US carriers after two GSM versions paved the way: the Black Berry Curve 8300 came out last summer on AT&T and the Curve 8320 with Wi-Fi came out on T-Mobile later last year.