BGR got their hands on RIM’s upcoming BlackBerry roadmap. It includes some new information about upcoming devices such as the Curve and the PlayBook.
The BlackBerry Curve 9220 is an entry level device and will replace the Curve 8520. It comes with a 2.44-inch qVGA screen, WiFi and a 2MP camera. The Curve 9320 is also an entry level device. It features a 2.44-inch qVGA screen, 3G at 7.2MBps, WiFi, GPS and a 3.2MP EDoF camera. It will replace the Curve 9300 as a low end 3G-enabled device.
There’s a new 3G enabled Playbook coming too. It will feature a 1.5GHz dual core processor, HSPA+ at 42MBps, WiFi, 1GB RAM, 32GB of onboard memory, a 7-inch (1024×600) display, HDMI output, NFC, a 3MP front facing camera, 5MP rear facing camera, a microSIM slot and run on Playbook OS 2.0.
Here is a gallery of the leaked images (Courtesy BGR) :
New information has surfaced about BlackBerry 10 OS; it will have better messaging, social networking and application integration, be optimised for a proper multi-core experience and live on BlackBerry’s impeccable security. In addition, more devices will be launched in White variants; the Bold 9790 and Curve 9380.
This leak has certainly got us very excited, with so many new devices lined up, it’s nice to know that RIM is not giving up just yet !