Friday, January 28, 2011

BlackBerry Curve Touch Gets Leaked

BlackBerry Curve TouchThe BlackBerry Curve has been one of the most popular devices in BlackBerry's lineup of smartphones. The device has always had a solid keyboard as well as a lack of pretense to any kind of functionality aside from exquisite messaging, but things could be changing, and fast.

CrackBerry has just released a photo of what appears to be a BlackBerry Curve Touch. This new device, codenamed "Malibu", appears to be all touchscreen. This doesn't seem to be the rumored Apollo device as that device was said to have a functional keyboard nor the Sedona which is what has led CrackBerry to determine that this is the Curve Touch.

So far there are only specs for the CDMA version available now, but the good news is that they are right in line with everything that you would expect from a midrange device due out in the late 2011 / early 2012 time slot. Full specifications include:
  • Qualcomm MSM 8655 800MHz CPU processor
  • CDMA - EvDo Rev A radio
  • 3.25" 480x360 HVGA display
  • Trackpad and Navigation keys
  • 5 megapixel camera with HD video recording
  • 1GB Flash + 512MB RAM with Hot Swap Micro SD memory
  • 802.11 b/g/n WiFi
  • Autonomous and A-GPS
  • NFC, Micro USB and Bluetooth 2.1
  • Ambient Light Sensor and accelerometer
These are still technically "proposed" specs and could change at any moment. Despite that, people are getting very excited about the possibility of an all touch BlackBerry Curve. This could very well redefine everything people know or do not know about BlackBerry. Stay tuned in here as we will have all the details as they emerge.

Source: Engadget
Picture Via: CrackBerry

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