Is this the BlackBerry Curve 8910?

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Is this the BlackBerry Curve 8910?
Right after seeing its way getting a Bluetooth SIG certification, an image of the alleged BlackBerry Curve 8910 may have been snapped up. Not surprisingly at this point, it features the standard optical trackpad as opposed to the trackball. Overall, there is no indication of any extensive overhaul in the design of this handset – you’ve got your standard QWERTY and the usual placement of hardware buttons. Then again, some will argue that this is a tried and true formula for RIM – so why change a good thing? Besides the physical layout of the handset, it’ll most likely be running BlackBerry OS 5.0 which we’ve all come to enjoy and see nowadays. Don’t let it’s unchanged looks fool you because you never know what RIM has up their sleeves if this is indeed the successor to the BlackBerry Curve 8900.

source: BerryReview via Engadgetmobile



1. overratediphone

Posts: 26; Member since: Sep 09, 2009

looks like the 8350 to me ...

2. slipdisc

Posts: 1; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

I think the 8350i is a nextel device. And it looks completely different

3. rhomaion

Posts: 187; Member since: Sep 23, 2009

That is true.

4. iberrystorm

Posts: 67; Member since: Jun 12, 2009

is it me, or is blackberry devices starting to look the same? not very into blackberry as i am before as the stuff looks all the same, so if this is any kind of new phone, i ont really care as its the same phone... but with an update... i want to say, "like the iphone" but apple is making a islate, so its kind of not true.

5. BlackberryUser

Posts: 609; Member since: Jun 26, 2009

In my opinion all carriers should offer the same Blackberry's. Then they would all "look alike". Have 3-4 models on each carrier and call it a day.

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