T-Mobile today announced they’ll be releasing their latest BlackBerry – the 8520 – on August 5. I suggest you skip this model. The camera is a step down (only 2 MP) from the just released BlackBerry 8900 (3.2 MP camera) and there is still no 3G data capabilities. On the plus side RIM have included some fancy multi-media buttons at the top of their newest Berry.
But really, who buys a BlackBerry to play music?
This is slated to be T-Mobile’s low end BlackBerry and you’ll be able to find it widely available for free. The problem is the service isn’t free and you’ll pay top dollar in monthly voice and data only to be attached to a low end BlackBerry that takes crappy photos.