Sprint Nextel made good on its June announcement that it would offer the BlackBerry Tour on its network before the end of the summer. The 3G smartphone can be had for $199.99 with new service agreement or upgrade, says SlipperyBrick.com.
The worldphone features a QWERTY keyboard, multimedia support, GPS capability, faster browsing, document editing and viewing capability. The device also comes equipped with a 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus and a card slot that supports up to 16GB of storage, reports Techtree.com.
The BlackBerry Tour sold very well when it debuted for Verizon. It will be interesting if it makes a similar impact on the Sprint network.