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).
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.
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