By: Shawn August 1st, 2009
Today the BlackBerry Curve 8520 appeared on T-Mobile’s online store. The new Curve will offer BlackBerry’s 5.0 software, and will sport a 2.0mp camera, wifi, and a QWERTY keyboard. One of the main attractions to new Curve will be the updated track pad. As opposed to BlackBerry’s track ball that you role, you will simply have to move your finger across BlackBerry’s new track pad to move from icon to icon, or in certain applications, move your mouse pointer. The 8520 will be Available from T-Mobile this Wednesday, August 5th, 2009.
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Moving on to a slightly more feature packed phone, the up and coming Touch Pro2 from HTC, after the jump!
By: Shawn July 27th, 2009
We love those days when you wake up and your Inbox is just full of screenshots and pictures of beautiful upcoming devices. We can thank “Twiz” for today’s screenshots. First up is the Samsung Gravity 2 launching on August 19th. For more specs and release information, check out our Upcoming Phones page. The Samsung T469 Gravity 2 is an affordable 3G Handset with a full QWERTY Keyboard. A slight upgrade for the original Gravity, the Gravity 2 offers a thinner, sleeker design with a slick slide out keyboard, 2mp camera, video messaging, GPS, Multi-shot camera, MicroSD, and more. After playing with the Gravity 2 for a couple days, we can say that typing is a breeze, and it definitely provides customers with a step up from the original Gravity. If you are a heavy texter and want a trendy cool device, you have found your match. Next up? Touch Pro2 screenshots!
By: Shawn July 24th, 2009
We had our suspicions that the Blackberry 8520 (Gemini) would be launching on August 5th, and with our newest screenshot surfacing, we can’t help but to confirm that 12 days from the time this is posted, you will be able to pick up your updated version of the Blackberry Curve. With Wifi, a new Optical Track Ball, 3.5mm Headset Jack, QWERTY keyboard, and of course so much more, the Curve 8520 will be an excellent entry level Blackberry for those who “need to balance work and life, while effortlessly staying connected to those who matter most.”
Of course this is not the first Blackberry 8250-related screenshot we have seen. More Screenshots and Specs after the jump!