BlackBerry 8910 – a Curve 8900 successor?

It’s been more than a year since RIM launched the BlackBerry Curve 8900 (in Europe first), so it should be about time for a successor, right?

This might be the BlackBerry 8910, which has recently received a Bluetooth SIG certification.

Unfortunately, there’s little info about the BlackBerry 8910, and there’s not even a photo of it available. Sure, you’ll find some results if you search the model name on Google, bit it’s nothing relevant – just misspelled older Curve versions (like the 8310).

Seeing how all the latest non-touch BlackBerries have optical trackpads (Bold 9700, Pearl 9100, Curve 8520), the new BlackBerry 8910 will most probably have one, too. Other than that, a 480 x 360 pixels display should be included, plus Wi-Fi, GPS, and maybe 3G (the old Curve 8900 doesn’t have 3G, as you probably already know).

RIM BlackBerry 8910

BlackBerry Curve 8900 8910

At the moment, the Curve 8900 (pictured above) is available in the US via AT&T and T-Mobile, so the new 8910 might also be released by both carriers. We’ll bring more details as soon as new info is available.

Author: Ilinca Nita

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  • Santas Klause

    There isn’t much information on the phone just yet, but it will probably be running BlackBerry OS 5.0. The 8910 has also shown up at the Bluetooth SIG certification, so that’s some sort of confirmation on the device.

    It'll be cool if this one will be release on Asia as well. More details:

  • Diana

    Will this come to Sprint, possibly?

  • Diana

    Will this come to Sprint, possibly?