Although we have been time echoing us rumors circulating about future phones RIM, a Bell company internal document, the largest Canadian mobile phone operator, shows four of those terminals with their main specifications, clearly highlighting the two new members of the same family of terminals: the BlackBerry Torch 9810, succeeding its successful predecessor , and the BlackBerry Torch 9860, ending permanently the Storm naming for exclusive use by touch screen devices.
This document also show the already known models BlackBerry Bold 9900 and BlackBerry Curve 9360, in a version that incorporates 3 G and Wi-Fi connectivity as well as dispenses with touch screen in favour of the traditional full QWERTY keyboard and low speed a few Honorable 800 MHz processor front of a single-core that dwells in the bowels of the other three mentioned models.
On the other hand, we could find ourselves before the definitive nomenclature which models would receive upon arrival at the old continent, whereas the conversion of the aforementioned phone operator from CDMA to GSM technology with the implementation of a new operational network for the new devices that are integrated in its catalog.
Besides this aspect, all the devices must be equipped with the new BlackBerry OS 7. Factor which, depending on the result offered by what user experience is concerned, it could give the push RIM needs in these uncertain times, up to the appearance of the new generation of terminals with QNX system.
As well you can see in the picture, all models have scheduled arrival at stores in the last weeks of the month of August, with the exception of the BlackBerry Curve 9360, which would delay their arrival a month, paving the way for affordable price in the face of terminals to the Christmas campaign.