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The new BlackBerry Curve 3G is official and on its way to the UK.

Canadian network giant Rogers began selling the Curve 3G last week, despite RIM claiming the low-end Qwerty handset didn't exist.

Well, it certainly does now.

The BlackBerry Curve 3G, also known as the 9300, matches its predecessor, the 8520, but features a chrome and black finish, includes 3G capability, GPS and has an 802.11n Wi-Fi connection. Unfortunately, it still packs the same shoddy 2Mp camera and a low-res 320 x 240 screen. On the plus side, RIM declares an OS 6.0 update is on the way.

BlackBerry Curve 3G

The BlackBerry Curve 3G is out this month, with prices yet to be confirmed. ®

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