Well, it looks like the 8910 is indeed the successor of 8900, as a leaked photo of it has just appeared over at BerryReview.
As expected, the new and unannounced BlackBerry Curve 8910 has an optical trackpad instead of RIM’s traditional trackball. The smartphone also has a QWERTY keypad similar to the one the 8900 has, and it apparently runs BlackBerry OS 5.0.4. We don’t know much about the other features of the Curve 8910, but they probably include Wi-Fi, GPS and a 3.2MP camera.
No word yet on the price and release date of BlackBerry Curve 8910, but RIM will probably unveil these details soon.
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