A new BlackBerry Curve model, the 8520, will find its way to T-Mobile on August 5th. Like other recent BlackBerry smartphones, the latest Curve smartphone targets both consumers and professionals. It will go for $130 with a two-year contract.

The slim (4.3 x 2.4 x 0.5-inch) and light (3.7-ounce) BlackBerry Curve 8520 will come in black and frost and provides wireless access to email, messaging (IM, SMS, MMS), social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace, and entertainment. It will also support Wi-Fi calling through T-Mobileís Unlimited HotSpot Calling service.curve8520

Here are some additional features:

* 1.A full-QWERTY keyboard and touch-sensitive optical trackpad for typing and navigation;
* 2.256MB Flash memory and a 512Mhz CPU;
* 3.voice activated dialing, and Bluetooth 2.0 for hands-free use with headsets, car kits, stereo headsets and other Bluetooth peripherals;
* 4.2 megapixel digital camera with zoom and video recording;
* 5.media player for music, pictures and videos, with dedicated media keys and a 3.5 mm stereo headset jack, plus BlackBerry Media Sync, which allows users to sync music from iTunes or Windows Media Player with the smartphone;
* 6.access to the on-device BlackBerry App World, RIMís answer to the iPhone App Store;
* 7.BlackBerry Internet Service support for access to up to 10 supported email accounts, including most popular ISP email accounts such as Yahoo!, Windows Live Hotmail, AOL and Gmail; and BlackBerry Enterprise Server support for corporate deployments;
* 8.expandable memory via hot swappable microSD/SDHC memory card slot, supporting cards of up to 16 GB today and expected to support next generation 32GB cards when available; a 1GB card is included;
* 9.quad-band world phone: EGDE/GPRS/GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) ó unfortunately, no 3G;
* 10.and myFaves for unlimited nationwide calling to five people

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