BlackBerry Curve 9300, the new CDMA Curve Goes Thru FCC

July 5, 2010 | By | 3 Comments

FCC paperwork for new BlackBerry Curve 9300 (CDMA)

It seems this device has been making a ton of surprise appearances online lately, and today the FCC released the BlackBerry Curve 9300. You may recall this unreleased device is the next version of the popular Curve 8530. It will be marketed as a CDMA smartphone with entry level features. It’s also expected we will see this new upgraded Curve launch in a 3G flavor for other carriers around the world. Sadly the FCC didn’t post any pictures of the device being tested, as thats usually where you will see its face. If you’d like to check out the FCC’s filing check it here.

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