The folks over at BGR are on a roll. In addition to leaking the new Curve, Bold, and Torch devices, they’ve just released the specs and images to one more BlackBerry device – the Storm 3: the full-touchscreen BlackBerry phone that is meant to redeem the massive disappointment that was the Storm. From the looks of its specs so far, phone sure looks like it can hold its own ground against today’s Android and iOS smartphones – which is a good sign of things to come. Specs of the Storm 3 include: a 1.2GHz processor, 3.7″ capacitive touchscreen (800 x 480), 5 megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, 8GB eMMC, 512MB of RAM, micro SD slot, Magnetometer, proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, 3G Mobile Hotspot capabilities, an optical trackpad, a 1230mAh battery, OpenGL ES 2.0 and BlackBerry OS 6.1. It’s slated for a September release so hopefully we’ll get more details regarding the device at the Mobile World Congress next month. Looks like RIM could be back in the game with the Storm 3 – what do you guys think?
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