This morning AT&T confirmed our sneaking suspicions that it would be the first U.S. carrier to sell the BlackBerry Bold, the latest handset from RIM that was announced this morning. AT&T is touting itself as the first carrier to offer a BlackBerry with international 3G support, likely because the 3G Curves announced on Verizon Wireless and Sprint last week don’t support HSDPA data connections. Don’t forget to check out our hands-on with the Bold. We think the device has tons of potential, thanks to its high-speed data access, Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS support, and brilliant display, paired with a much faster 625-MHz processor. Stay tuned, hopefully we’ll have a review unit in house soon enough to run the Bold through its paces.