RIM’s first Wi-Fi smartphone, the BlackBerry 8820 was officially unveiled a week ago. And now it’s in the UK, courtesy of Orange.
The BlackBerry 8820 smartphone is RIM’s thinnest handset design, packing a full QWERTY keyboard, landscape display, trackball navigation, built-in GPS, a media player and a microSD / microSDHC memory slot to boost storage. No 3G, but it does have EDGE compatibility as well as that Wi-Fi.
Price will be dependent on contract, so check with your Orange dealer for specifics.
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