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Sprint Flips Out for BlackBerry 9670 Style

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Oct 18, 2010, 8:05 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper
updated Oct 18, 2010, 8:19 AM

Sprint and Research In Motion today announced the launch of the BlackBerry 9670 Style, a new flip smartphone from RIM. The 9670 Style is the second flip device from RIM, and has a full QWERTY keyboard on the inside for composing messages. The exterior display has 240 x 320 pixels and the interior display has 360 x 400 pixels. Other features of the 9670 Style include a 5 megapixel camera with flash and video capture, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, and support for 32GB microSD cards. The 9670 Style is the first handheld from RIM to run the BlackBerry 6 operating system on the Sprint network, and comes with the WebKit browser and an optical trackpad for on-screen navigation. Pre-orders for the 9670 Style start October 19, with availability expected on October 31 for $99 after rebate with new contract.

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Oct 18, 2010, 1:25 PM

Has things the Lotus doesn't

Those of us who like clamshell styles and don't want a 5 inch all touchscreen phone will like this. I have to see it in person first of course but it's got apps, wifi, new os on board, Full qwerty (unlike the previous flip version) good cam w flash which is a must for me now on my phone & I like the styling of the Lotus esp the Elite which is easy to talk on "yes that's still done on a phone". Anyway this very well may be my next phone prob on my upgrade the price may even drop. Oh and to squash all the stereotypes no im not a girl and im not that old Lol. Ive seen some pics of this phone not looking to shabby when closed at least. It looks pretty compact who else agrees with all this & may get this??
I know a lot of people with the Lotus and love the form factor- it just makes sense. It's super comfortable to type on because you don't have the awkward weighting you get with slide-up keyboard (Torch)
Think of who Blackberry users are, they are mainly business people who use the phone as a communication tool. Many are put off by all of the "cool factor" of Android and iphones.
This phone makes a lot of sense for some of my customers who work in t...
gringo zona norte

Oct 19, 2010, 2:12 PM

nice one sprint!

looks different than the phones out now.
Exactly Thank You! I cant wait to get mine I hope it proves all the naysayers wrong!

Oct 19, 2010, 5:04 PM

USCC is getting this one Too!!!!

Us Cellular is getting this phone too!!! It is on the rebate form for Q4!!! Drooling

Oct 18, 2010, 8:18 AM


hahahahha a name that does not match the phone LMAO, the so called NEW blackberry models should include the word outdated in their names instead.
lol, exactly
Whats outdated about it? Just because its not a touch screen doesn't make it outdated.
Who are you trying to convince? You sound like a guy laughing at his own jokes. If Blackberry OS is not for you, one wonders why you would even bother clicking on an article about a RIM product never-mind actually COMMENTING on one. I guess even RI...
I've noticed that rather little has been spoken about that actual phone, as opposed to RIM as a technological failure. While I agree that they remake "new" phones from existing designs, they also have created the Torch, which I feel is an acceptible i...

Oct 18, 2010, 2:47 PM

No 3G (EVDO) ???

no problem with the form factor, but i noticed the press release touts "Wi-Fi® for faster connectivity and extended data coverage." no mention of 3G anywhere in there. i take this to mean this will only be capable of 1xRTT speeds when not connected to WiFi. that's kinda lame.
No of course it will have 3g as well & it will have CDMA Data
1xEV-DO rev.A hope that helps.

Oct 18, 2010, 1:44 PM

Official Video

Looks like pretty good marketing to me so far. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUehwO4nrDk
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