By Evan Blass | August 26, 2010 10:16 AM
Sprint appears poised to be getting its own version of the BlackBerry 9300 Curve — called the Curve 9330 — if an internal support document from RIM (since pulled) is to be believed. According to a now-non-existant article on RIM’s knowledge base, performing a ##RTN command on this particular model removes the App World storefront along with most pre-loaded games.
The 9300 GSM flavor of this handset is already available on Rogers as the Curve 3G (pictured), and is being marketed as OS 6-ready. If the 9330 ends up aping the features of the Curve 9300, then we can expect a 624MHz processor, GPS, QVGA display, aging two-megapixel camera, and 256MB of RAM.