Verizon Wireless beat Sprint to punch by announcing its BlackBerry 8330 first for May availability, but Sprint customers don’t have much to complain about because this edition will arrive this month. And we actually prefer this 8330’s badass titanium finish.
Like the Verizon version, you also get EV-DO for fast data performance, GPS navgiation, an enhanced browser that can handle sites like YouTube Mobile, plus an improved media player that lets you search for tunes and manage playlists.
A 3.5mm jack, microSD slot, and 2-MP camera round out the specs on this sexy and powerful smart phone. It will be available later this month for as low as $179 with contract and rebates, about $10 more than the Sprint version.