Telus has added two new mobile phones to its device catalog.
First up is the BlackBerry Curve 8330 which is listed as ‘Coming Soon‘. Telus is the first Canadian wireless carrier to offer the 8330. It comes with CDMA/EVDO connectivity, 96MB of Flash memory, a QVGA display, a full QWERTY thumb keyboard with trackball navigation, 2MP camera and GPS with BlackBerry Maps.
You can also now get the Motorola MOTO Q 9c smartphone, the CDMA variant of the Q 9h. Powered by Windows Mobile 6 Standard, it comes with CDMA/EVDo connectivity, a 2.4-inch QVGA display, integrated GPS with TELUS Navigator, Bluetooth, a QWERTY thumb keyboard and a thumbwheel for one-handed navigation, a 1.3MP camera, and a miniSD expansion slot.
Plans and pricing for the BlackBerry 8330 are not available yet. Pricing on the Motorola Q 9c ranges from CAD$449.99 with no contract down to CAD$149.99 with a three-year service contract.