Live image reveals the BlackBerry Gemini for T-Mobile

Live image reveals the BlackBerry Gemini for T-Mobile
While Verizon and Sprint will be getting the Tour, it looks like T-Mobile will also have a little something for its subscribers. An image has been leaked once again, revealing the BlackBerry Gemini 8520, only this time we get to see a version branded for T-Mobile. The handset is known for its lack of standard trackball. Instead it will have an optical one, which we hope would not take away its charm. Other features the seemingly more affordable Gemini will offer you include 2MP camera, QVGA resolution display, 128 MB RAM and Wi-Fi.

RIM BlackBerry Gemini 8520 Preliminary Specifications

source: BlackberryOS


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6 Comments

1. Arielnyc2006 unregistered

They are finally getting rid of that horrible unreliable trackball, the sidewheel was much more intuitive.

4. Dood

Posts: 269; Member since: Mar 23, 2009

I thought the sidewheel was more of a pain in the thumb. Although the trackball gets annoying, too. When are these phones gonna be able to read my mind!??!

2. bigfanboyred

Posts: 141; Member since: Jan 17, 2009

but the trackball is what makes a blackberry a blackberry... its just of adjusting the sensitivity of the trackball. justing getting right. i have an omnia, not using it any more. didnt like the optical mouse. i am assuming it would be very similiar. now i am using a bb 8830. (i know its a lot older, but iam very happy with it!)- anybody want an omnia? (with a cracked screen)

3. iberrystorm

Posts: 67; Member since: Jun 12, 2009

sweet a free phone, ill take it!!

6. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

lets see if u can use it.......

5. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

Finally rid of the supid trackball thing.......... so annoying to use

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