On the back of the BlackBerry Torch, RIM has unveiled yet another smartphone. This time it's an addition to their successful Curve range. The BlackBerry Curve 3G (model 9300), despite what its name suggests actually supports both 3G and HSDPA, so expect speedy internet browsing and seamless streaming for your music and videos. Other BlackBerry regulars are all present, including onboard GPS, Wi-Fi and BlackBerry Messenger, as well as the ability to support memory cards of up to 32GB.
Being part of the BlackBerry Curve range, this dapper looking handset also sports a full QWERTY keyboard as opposed to the more condensed SureType variety found in the likes of the BlackBerry Pearl 3G. Although the BlackBerry Curve 3G will arrive with the BlackBerry 5 operating system, RIM has made it clear that an update to the superior BlackBerry 6 will be available in the coming months.
There's no official word on pricing or carriers yet, but with the handset set to be rolled out this month it's only a matter of time.