As of today T-Mobile is offering another Smartphone to its subscribers. The BlackBerry 8820 has a GPS receiver and supports T-Mobile's HotSpot@Home service for VoiP through Wi-Fi.
The latest crackberry measures 114x66x14mm and weighs 134g. It's a GSM/GPRS/EDGE quad-band phone and as we've already said, it packs a GPS receiver which, coupled with TeleNav's GPS Navigator and BlackBerry maps, makes it a great travel companion. Its BlackBerry Internet service allows users to access up to 10 email accounts, including popular services such as Yahoo and Gmail.
This model has a full qwerty keyboard, a spacious QVGA display with light sensing technology which automatically adjusts backlighting depending on ambient light.
As usual, it ships with an array of useful applications, including an advanced Internet browser, Roxio Media Manager and a feature-packed media player. It supports Bluetooth stereo headphones, auto kits and various other peripheral devices and it relies on microSD/SDHC memory cards for storage.
It is immediately available in all T-Mobile stores.
You can find detailed specs here.