Gadgetpark – RIM announces new BlackBerry Curve 9315 handset with 7.1OS before launching BlackBerry 10 through operator T-Mobile. Curve 9315 is the last handset by RIM before the birth of BlackBerry 10 at CES 2013.
RIM and T-Mobile will be available on January 23 and brought the specs include a 3.2 megapixel camera, microSD slot, Full QWERTY keyboard, 3G and GPS for connectivity.
For journalists, it was a strange move by RIM which is basically trying to convince to the public with BlackBerry 10, just wanted to get the last of a dead OS.
T-Mobile will offer the BlackBerry Curve 9315 at $ 49.99 a contract, of course, it was coupled with a $ 10 per month for 2 years.