BlackBerry Gemini 9300 to be the first 3G Curve

Wondering when the first 3G BlackBerry Curve is going to be released? Well, we can’t answer this question yet, but we can tell you that the first Curve to come with support for 3G frequencies is apparently called BlackBerry Gemini 9300.

According to BGR, the BlackBerry 9300 Gemini is a possible successor of the 8900 (currently the latest-released RIM smartphone).

Design-wise, the 9300 doesn’t seem to differ too much from the 8900.

However, a larger display is expected (with a larger resolution), as well as a more rounded keyboard. Also, the 3G Curve is said to come in a silver case. Just like the handset from below, which seems to be only a mockup:    

blackberry-gemini-9300

On the feature side, the new BlackBerry 9300 should come with a powerful processor (perhaps even more powerful that Bold’s 624 MHz CPU), as well as with quad-band GSM and tri-band HSDPA connectivity.  A camera of at least 3.2MP should also be in there.

No release date yet, but since the 8900 has just been outed by RIM, it might take a while until we’re going to see BlackBerry Gemini 9300 units on the market.

Author: Ilinca Nita

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  • Shawn

    Um Duh,

    The Curve 8330 is full 3G.
    If you are going to write tech articles, get with the tech program.

  • BBNew Yorker

    um the Blackberry 8330 is NOT a 3G phone smart ass. Its simply carried by 3G networks like Verizon, and Sprint!!!
    Blackberry 8300 Series runs powerfully through EDGE and other high-speed connections.
    The 3G network does not affect the older CURVES.

    SO this article my friend is LEGIT

  • BBNew Yorker

    um the Blackberry 8330 is NOT a 3G phone smart ass. Its simply carried by 3G networks like Verizon, and Sprint!!!
    Blackberry 8300 Series runs powerfully through EDGE and other high-speed connections.
    The 3G network does not affect the older CURVES.

    SO this article my friend is LEGIT