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BlackBerry Curve (Next Generation)

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Specifications
  • Processor:
    Apollo / GSM: Tavor MG-1 800MHz CPU
    Sedona / CDMA: Qualcomm MSM 8655 800MHz CPU
  • Radio:
    Apollo / GSM: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE ; Tri-band UMTS/HSPA
    Sedona / CDMA: EvDO Rev A
  • Display: HVGA Display, 480 x 360 Display, 246 DPI
  • Navigation: Trackpad + Navigation Keys + Narrow QWERTY
  • Camera: 5 MP
  • Memory: 512MB RAM + 512MB storage + up to 32GB MicroSD Card
  • Wi-Fi:802.11 b/g/n
  • GPS: Autonomous & A=GPS
  • Connectivity: MicroUSB - Bluetooth - NFC
  • Software: BlackBerry v6.1 Lite
BlackBerry Curve Touch

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Specifications
  • Processor: Qualcomm MSM 8655 800MHz CPU
  • Radio: CDMA - EvDo Rev A
  • Display: 3.25" 480x360 HVGA
  • Navigation: Trackpad & Nav Keys
  • Keypad: Virtual QWERTY
  • Camera: 5 MP (with HD Video recording)
  • Memory: 1GB Flash + 512MB RAM, Hot Swap MicroSD slot
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
  • GPS: Autonomous & A-GPS
  • Connectivity: NFC, Micro USB, Bluetooth 2.1
  • Sensors: Ambient Light Sensor, accelerometer
BlackBerry Bold Touch

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Specifications
  • Dimensions: 115 x 66 x 10.5mm
  • Processor:
    Montana / CDMA: Qualcomm 1.2GHz CPU
    Dakota / GSM: TBA...
  • Radio:
    Montana / CDMA: 800/1900 MHz EvDO Rev A with Receive Diversity (PCS Only); Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE; Dual Band UMTS (HSPA 7.2/5.76) 900/2100MHz
    Dakota / GSM: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE; Tri Band UMTS
  • Display: 2.8" diagonol - VGA 640 x 480, resolution 287dpi
  • Camera: 5mp - Flash - Image Stabilization - HD Recording (720p)
  • Navigation: Capacitive Touch, Optical Trackpad
  • Keypad: Wide QWERTY - Physical Send, End, Escape, Menu, Right Side Convenience Key, Volume Control
  • Memory: 8GB - 768MB RAM - up to 32GB MicroSd Card
  • WiFi: 2.4 GHZ b/g/n - 5GHz a/n - Mobile Hotspot
  • Connectivity: Micro USB - Bluetooth - NFC
  • Sensors: Magnetometer - Accelerometer - Proximity
BlackBerry Torch 2

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Specifications
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz processor
  • Radio: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE ; Tri-band HSPA 14.4Mbps
  • Display: 3.2" VGA - 480 x 640 capacitive touchscreen display
  • Memory: 8GB storage + 512MB RAM + up to 32GB MicroSD
  • Connectivity: WiFi + Bluetooth + NFC
  • Camera: 5 MP
  • Battery: 1300MAh battery
  • Dimension: 14.6mm thick
  • Sensors: Magnetometer
BlackBerry Storm 3

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Specifications
  • Dimensions: Sleek, thin profile - 11.5mm thick (120 x 62 x 11.5 mm)
  • Processor:
    Monza / GSM: TBA...
    Monaco / CDMA: Qualcomm 1.2GHz Processor
  • Radio:
    Monza / GSM: TBA...
    Monaco / CDMA: Dual band CDMA, EV-DO Rev A, RX Diversity ; Quad band EDGE / Single Band UMTS
  • Display: 3.7" - 800x480 resolution, 15:9 aspect ration, 253 DPI
  • Camera: 5 MP - Flash - Image Stabilization - HD Video Recording (720p)
  • Navigation: Capacitive touch + BlackBerry navigation keys + optical navigation module. One convenience key
  • Memory: 4GB storage + 768MB RAM + up to 32GB MicroSD
  • WiFi/GPS: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n + GPS + Bluetooth 2.1 EDR + Mobile HotSpot
  • Connectivity: Micro USB - Bluetooth - NFC
  • Sensors: Magnetometer - Accelerometer - Proximity
  • Software: Enhanced BlackBerry SW v.6.1, BlackBerry Evolution 6, Open GL ES 2.0, APIs for magnetometer and augmented reality apps
BlackBerry Roadmap Launch Dates

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Plenty more pictures and details at source.

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Edited by Open1Your1Eyes0 - 2/16/11 at 5:27pm
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Seems nice, is the Torch for AT&T?
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Originally Posted by assaulth3ro911;12408909 
Seems nice, is the Torch for AT&T?

The original Torch is, and it would make sense if the new model would be as well however it can always change. We know for a fact it's not going to be Verizon or Sprint because the radios are GSM-based, either AT&T or T-Mobile but most likely will be AT&T.
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Alriiiiiight, more of the same. cool.gif
    
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Better work on that OS of theirs. Its terrible compared to Android and WP7 IMO...
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Update: I just noticed the pics were down so I had them reuploaded elsewhere rather than using the source link. I apologize if you guys missed them and didn't say anything before.
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Sedona / CDMA: Qualcomm MSM 8655 800GHz CPU

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What rock have I been living under? I thought my i7 was fast!
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What rock have I been living under? I thought my i7 was fast!

Lol, thanks for noticing that. I'll fix the quote so people don't get confused.
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What is the blackberry like for say...apps?
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Originally Posted by Domino;12413260 
What is the blackberry like for say...apps?

Blackberry apps are very different from the rest of the crew since they are geared towards business folk more so than mainstream. Functionally a lot of them are very much quite useful. And of course BlackBerry Messenger is one of the best mobile messengers on the market (it even won an award at MWC this week). Currently BlackBerry App World is hosting a total of 16,535 apps.
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