BlackBerry Niagara 9630, one of RIM’s unannounced new smartphones, was spotted in two live pictures which confirm its existence, as well as the fact that it’s a bit bigger than the BlackBerry Curve 8900 and a bit smaller than the BlackBerry Bold.
The Niagara 9630 is a CDMA device, so we’re looking at a Verizon / Sprint release for the US and a Bell / Telus one for Canada.
In fact, the smartphone is already said to be launched by Verizon in May, but we’d better wait for an official confirmation on this.
Anyway, here are the pictures, courtesy of CrackBerry:
Feature-wise, BlackBerry 9630 should come with a 480 x 360 pixels display, EV-DO rev A connectivity, A-GPS and a 3.2MP camera.
Well, now there’s nothing left to do than wait for RIM to go official with this new smartphone, right?
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