What was once rumored is now fact. AT&T will indeed get the BlackBerry Curve 8900 sometime in the “early summer.” The price still hasn’t been revealed, but it can’t be much more than what other BlackBerrys go for.
And yeah, it looks just like T-Mobile’s 8900, which, again, isn’t a bad thing.
AT&T is throwing in a few bonuses, though. Should you sign up for an unlimited data, AT&T will give you free AT&T Wi-Fi access at its 20,000 or so locations. (Remeber: the 8900 supports 802.11 b/g.) So that’s neat!
Other than that, it’s the same thing you’d expect: it’s a “world phone,” so you can use it overseas (but mind the roaming charges—best to just find a local SIM while you’re abroad); built-in GPS with AT&T Navigator turn-by-turn directions; support for microSD/SDHC memory cards up to 32GB; and so on. It’s a BlackBerry, you know what you’re getting.