BlackBerry Bold 9650 Gets Approved by FCC

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The CDMA world phone BlackBerry Bold 9650 just got its approval by the FCC, which means that the device is one step closer to launch. The device was already announced at WES by Research in Motion and so far, Sprint has signed on for the device with an official launch coming on May 23 for $200 on contract and after rebates. The Bold 9650 will replace the BlackBerry Tour in Sprint’s lineup and will feature support for both GSM/HSPA and CDMA/EV-DO Rev. A radios.

RIM had also announced BlackBerry 6, RIM’s next generation BlackBerry operating system, of which the BlackBerry Bold 9650 is rumored to be blessed with an upgrade when the time comes.

(via: CrackBerry)

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