Research In Motion (RIM) has accidentally revealed its three new smartphone models – BlackBerry 9360 (Curve), 9810 (Torch 2) and 9850 (Torch Monaco).
The information about the models was posted by RIM in its blog post where it provided details about BlackBerry OS 7 screen resolutions, and about new simulators for platform developers.
Notably, RIM had announced BlackBerry Bold 9900 and 9930 handsets, featuring touchscreens and BlackBerry OS 7 last month at BlackBerry World 2011.
BlackBerry Curve 9360, codenamed Apollo, is to feature a 2.44 inch screen with 480 x 360 pixel resolution. It will have an 800 MHz Tavor MG-1 processor, 512 MB of RAM and 512 MB eMMC storage space. With a thickness of 11 mm, this touchscreen handset will also feature WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth 2.1, and Near Field Communication chip.
Second is the BlackBerry Torch 2 9810, which would be a faster version of the Torch handset with a 1.2 GHz processor and 768 MB of RAM.
Featuring a 3.2 inch display, the smartphone will have 8 GB of onboard storage and an 8 megapixel camera. Like the others, this handset too will have WiFi, Bluetooth and an NFC chip.
However, there is scarce information about the new BlackBerry Torch 9850 model, which is expected to have a 3.7 inch screen.
The hardware details and the touch interface for BlackBerry handsets might entice you to lay your hands on one, but there are no details on when these new handsets will be released.