The review courtesy of CrackBerry reveal new information on the BlackBerry Kickstart, for one, the device will be split into several models depending on features that are present. The 8820 in their review is a WiFi-version destined for T-Mobile while the 8810, a GPS-version will probably end up at AT&T. The 2-megapixel camera, full 3.5mm headphone jack, and externally reachable microSD card slot are now known to be part of the design. The new BlackBerry OS is still in the early stages of testing at the site but is said to work effectively with the tall LCD, as well as on the smaller external display. The launch date of the Kickstart has not confirmed but rumor has it that September will be the month for both T-Mobile USA and Rogers in Canada. Read their review.