Amosu $240,000 BlackBerry Curve


Amosu is known for stepping it up another notch when it comes to tricking out everyday items. You might remember a while back, when we posted the diamond encrusted Lamborghini keys by Amosu. Now Amosu is claiming to have the World’s Most Expensive Blackberry. The handset is a BlackBerry Curve 8900 encrusted with 4,459 diamonds and coated in 18 carat yellow gold. Amosu will give you the option of customizing the blackberry with your name or company logo. It’s also the first Blackberry to come with a 24-hour global concierge service. Only three of these diamond encrusted Blackberry 8900 will be made and will run $240,000. One has already been sold to a client in the Middle East.





AT&T Getting BlackBerry Curve 8900 And Pearl Flip


AT&T customers aren’t missing out when it comes to the latest  Blackberry’s. Following the BlackBerry Bold will be the Blackberry Curve 8900 which is predicted to drop before the end of the month. The SKU has already started appearing in AT&T systems. The Pearl Flip 8120 will have GPS but will lack WiFi and should hit AT&T by March. As of now, no word on pricing for both devices.

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T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve 8900 Is Coming Soon


I’m sure T-Mobile customers everywhere are itching to upgrade their Blackberry.  T-Mobile’s newest Blackberry is finally hitting stores soon. The Blackberry Curve 8900 will be available online and in stores on February 11. SlashGear has put together their first impressions and an unboxing video for  the Blackberry Curve 8900.

BlackBerry Curve 8900 (Javelin) Video Hands On and Comparison


The new BlackBerry 8900 (codename: Javelin) takes the place of the current BlackBerry Curve. Major upgrades have been added to this device and it definitely aimed to be an all around consumer device.

The new Curve 8900 lacks 3G but is packed with GPS, Wi-Fi, a 480×360 HVGA+ screen, a 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus.

The BlackBerry 8900 is already expected to hit T-Mobile Germany in November. 

Props to CrackBerry.