Verizon will be launching two versions of the 9630 Tour handset; one with a camera, and one without.
The camera equipped version of the Tour, AKA the Niagara, will ship with a 3.2-megapixel snapper and will also feature the well-known BlackBerry styled Qwerty keypad.
Other staples such as 3G mobile internet, Bluetooth, microSD slot, Visual Voicemail and, naturally, V CAST Music with Rhapsody for your Verizon-based musical needs.
The alternative to the 9630 Tour is, the 9630 Tour without the camera; the rest of the main specs remain the same as the original 9630 Tour.
If you’re in the market for a new, sleek, executive style handset with full-Qwerty capability, reside in the United States AND can’t decide between a camera phone or non-camera phone then this might be right up your street.
Check out Crackberry.com to pre-order either of the devices; where they are both priced, $199.99 subject to a 24-month contract – though we’re a bit surprised to see that the cam-free version isn’t any cheaper at all.