Fresh snaps of Research In Motion (RIM)’s next Curve smartphone, the BlackBerry Curve Apollo, have been leaked online.
The handset, also known as the Curve 9360, was spotted on OneMobileRing after it failed to show up at RIM’s BlackBerry media event this week where it unveiled five new handsets in its Bold and Torch range.
Although specs are still under wraps, if rumours are to be heeded, we are looking at a handset with at least a 2.8-inch display with an HVGA (480x360) resolution, a five-megapixel snapper with flash, Near Field Communications (NFC) support and a 800MHz processor with 512MB of RAM for good measure.
As is tradition with Curves, the 9360 will sport a full, physical QWERTY keyboard. An array of connectivity options such as Wi-Fi (b/g/n), Bluetooth and GPS can also be expected to be on board.
What’s unknown, however, at this point, is whether the handset will rock the latest BlackBerry 7 operating system or the ageing OS6. Rest assured, we’ll let you know more as soon as we do.