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Telus lays claim to BlackBerry 8330 for Canada

updated 03:50 pm EDT, Wed April 2, 2008

Telus BlackBerry 8330

RIM's BlackBerry 8330, coming soon to Verizon and Sprint, will also be adopted by Canadian carrier Telus, an official listing shows. This will make Telus the first carrier in the country to carry the device, which is a CDMA version version of the Curve equipped with built-in GPS functions. Like the Verizon model, the Telus edition comes preloaded with a Facebook application; it is additionally confirmed to have access to app and news portals, provided by Pocket Express.

More general hardware features of the phone include EVDO broadband, a two-megapixel camera with flash, and a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Other 8330s are known to be equipped with microSDHC slots, able to hold up to 8GB. Telus has not announced any formal release dates or pricing.



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