Blackberry 9670 (for Sprint) caught on video. BlackBerry Curve 9300 also shows up

One of RIM’s first smartphones to run BlackBerry OS 6, the Blackberry 9670 clamshell, has appeared in two new videos which showcase both its hardware and software.

The 9670 has an external display (possibly touch-sensitive) and a large 480 x 360 internal display. It also features a full QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 5MP camera, MicroUSB, MicroSD card support, and it seems to have 512MB of internal memory.

The 9670 seen in the video was made for Sprint’s network, so we should expect the third-largest US carrier to officially introduce the smartphone soon.

Both videos were published by Driphter and found via Mobile Syrup:

Another unannounced BlackBerry appeared in new photos is the Curve 9300 (codenamed Kepler):

The BlackBerry Curve 9300 seems to be an upgraded Curve 8520, coming with 3G and Wi-Fi. BBLeaks (via IntoMobile) has it that there will also be a 9330 version for CDMA carriers like Verizon and Sprint. No word yet on when the Curve 9300 / 9330 will be available.

Author: Florin

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  • Y Goonz

    okay how do you add songs to your blackberry curve? can you add limewire to your computer and then get songs from therr to put on your phone? Do you really have to have that little card at the back of your phone to add songs on there?

  • StoneMonk

    Aww, video's got removed before I could watch :-(