The BlackBerry Curve 8520 will do away with the famous trackball found in most BlackBerrys for an optical trackpad instead that requires a mere touch to navigate. In addition, the edges are enhanced with a rubberized grip so that you won’t have the Curve 8520 slip out of your hands whenever you get all sweaty and nervous negotiating that multi-million dollar contract over your BlackBerry. Some of the features aren’t exactly groundbreaking, and they include a 2-megapixel camera, EDGE and Wi-Fi connectivity, alongside the possibility of a 480 x 360 display. No idea on when the BlackBerry Curve 8520 will be out officially, but it could make a splash days before RIM’s Wireless Enterprise Symposium.
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