This week that already coming to an end leaves us as icing on the cake an interesting graphic testimony, composed of a extensive photo gallery showing in detail a sample of the BlackBerry Curve Apollo, prototype that will take the first place in the line of succession more profitable family of models for the House mother RIM.
Named Apollo for the old continent, although well there might be Sedona this being his twin for CDMA networks, Tinh Te Labs co-workers give to know details such as the extreme thinness of the device, from only 11 mm of thickness or some exact 1,000 mAh battery, In addition to other components of greatest relevance.
In this sense the possible change is striking, and we say possible because the treatment of the device as a mere prototype, an anticipated in its Qualcomm MSM 8655 roadmap by a processor Marvell Tavor MG-1 also at 800 MHz, while maintaining the 512 MB of RAM memory like the processor clock speed.
With a 480 x 360 display pixel resolution, incorporates a 5 megapixel camera with 720 p HD recording, while dispenses with the 3G connection for use of Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n and NFC technology. Highly attractive is also its glossy black chassis, which indicates to us that it will be composed of plastic materials virtually in its entirety, which adds lightness to the whole.
While we will make us a very accurate idea of its outward appearance thanks to the images, none of them you will find additional information regarding your operating system, being provided for the incorporation of a version adapted and limited in functions of what was then should be the future operating system known as BlackBerry OS 6.1 Lite.
Although for the moment there is no official statement on the device by RIM, It foresees that the next terminal BlackBerry to appear on the market this year, making an appearance in the course of the summer months, except for change in plans by the Waterloo.