Well, if you’re looking for premieres, we’ve got this T-Mobile BlackBerry 8520 to show you, as it’s being unboxed in front of the camera in the video below:


Turns out that the handset comes with a 2 megapixel camera, WiFi and it’s the first BlackBerry with out of the box Mac compatibility. Inside the box you’ll find a collection of tips and tricks, a manual and user tools CD, the warranty, the phone, an USB cable, the BlackBerry stereo headset, a microUSB charger and a spare battery.

I have to say that BlackBerry 8520 seems very thick and bulky, but its trackpad seems nice… More on that in the full review, once it gets published!

[via Engadget Mobile]

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