Though the BlackBerry 8520 is out on T-Mobile, the 8530 (which we've previously written about here) looks to be en-route to Verizon as the Curve 2. Despite the 8520 shipping with EDGE, the Curve 2 (8530) is slated to offer 3G connectivity, along with OS 5.0, Wi-Fi, and RIM's new trackpad. If you're seeking a Wi-Fi equipped CDMA BlackBerry and either can't stand the Storm 2 or don't want to wait for the upgrade to the Tour, the 8530 may be your answer.
The phone is expected to launch at some point in November. Who's interested? As the company's first trackpad-equipped and Wi-Fi enabled QWERTY BlackBerry, it might be worth a go.