BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) is said to be launching a buttonless version of Curve. The specifications of the new RIM handset, reportedly called Curve Touch, have been published on a Blackberry blog, Crackberry.
According to Crackberry, "While the BlackBerry Apollo and Sedona are looking to be the next update to the entry level BlackBerry Curve line in a non-touchscreen format, following those devices a touchscreen variant is on the way."
Codenamed Malibu, and defined as an "accessible all-touch Blackberry", the smartphone is expected to run on Blackberry 6 Evolution OS. Proposed Specs according to Crackberry include:
Processor : Qualcomm MSM 8655 800MHz CPU
Radio : CDMA - EvDo Rev A
Display : 3.25" 480x360 HVGA
Navigation : Trackpad & Nav Keys
Keypad : Virtual QWERTY
Camera : 5 MP (with HD Video recording)
Memory : 1GB Flash + 512MB RAM, Hot Swap MicroSD slot
Wi-Fi : 802.11 b/g/n
GPS : Autonomous & A-GPS
Connectivity : NFC, Micro USB, Bluetooth 2.1
Sensors : Ambient Light Sensor, accelerometer