"The new BlackBerry Curve 8900 gives users an exceptional mobile experience. Its compact and refined design, combined with its impressive functionality and performance, will make it a popular choice with both business customers and consumers,"
shared Gregory Wade, Regional Vice President, Asia Pacific at Research In Motion (RIM).
Blackberry 8900 Javelin is powered by a 512MHz next-gen mobile processor that delivers great performance. It also supports quad-band EDGE and features built-in Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g) and Bluetooth for flexible connectivity. The built-in GPS, on the other hand, supports location-based applications and services, providing users travel convenience. Other specs include: 3.15 MP camera with LED flash, autofocus and video recording, 2.4 inches screen, trackball and Full QWERTY keypad for easy texting.
Here's the official promo video:
Blackberry 8900 Curve Javelin sells in the Philippines for around Php 20,800.00 without contract at some stores (You know where they are.). You may also get the phone via various post-paid plans by Globe Telecoms and Smart Communications.
And, of course, it comes in only one color: Black.