1.2 Ghz Blackberry Torch 2 road, 11 mm-thin curve Apollo too

Saturday, January 22, 2011

That nice Blackberry Dakota is yesterday, apparently in for some companies. We spotted a couple of new units of the company leaked in all of its press honor and full specification. Meet Blackberry Curve Torch 2 and Apollo.

It seems Blackberry plans to go big has some big plans for this year. As much as we appreciate their service, you can't deny they are offering only during spec'd, expensive mobile phones recently. But they have obviously had enough of this.

Next-generation Blackberry flashlight (aptly named Torch 2) will double processor clock speed of the original of the entire 1.2 GHz.

BlackBerry Torch 2

New uber-BlackBerry also has a 3.2-inch VGA display, 8 gigs of storage, 512 MB of RAM, Wi-Fi, GPS, a digital compass, a proximity sensor and a 5 megapixel camera. NFC support comes as an unexpected bonus.

Torch 2 runs Blackberry OS 6.1 and will launch in Q3 (at least in the AT&T network in the United States).

If the recently leaked devices are anything to go by, the Blackberry on the way to experience the basic specs of its entire portfolio. The line graph is not entirely known for its advanced functionality or performance, but leaked curve Apollo has some nice specs-at least on paper.

Here is how the next generation BlackBerry Curve will look like. Preserve the traditional appearance, is a new BlackBerry Curve Apollo trendy and modern at the same time.

BlackBerry Apollo Curve

BlackBerry Curve codenamed Apollo has a HVGA screen (480 x 360 pixels), a Marvel Tavor MG-1 800 MHz processor, 512 MB RAM, Wireless N, GPS, and again, NFC connection. We did a little digging on the processor and it seems it is the same kernel used on Marvel all previous blackberries, but it is now clocked at 800 Mhz instead of 624 Mhz. We hope that enough to draw a nice feature in the new Blackberry OS 6.1.

Finally, the BlackBerry Curve Apollo is just 11 mm thin and has a 5-megapixel camera with flash. We do not know any more details about its availability just yet.

Graph source, torch 2 Source

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