Rogers is planning to release the new Blackberry Curve (8300) in June.

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The details of the Blackberry Curve and its specs can be seen at:

The specs are not that impressive, though it is designed as Pearl’s next gen:

Size (LxWxD): 4.2 x 2.4 x 0.6 inches (107mm x 60 mm x 15.5 mm)

Weight: 111g

Memory: 64MB Flash memory, microSD expandable memory slot*

Camera: 2 MP, flash, zoom, self-portrait mirror

Voice input/output: Stereo headset jack (3.5mm), integrated earpiece/microphone, integrated speakerphone, and stereo/mono headset, hands-free and serial port Bluetooth® profiles supported

Notification: Polyphonic ringtones, vibrate mode, LED indicator, MP3 ringtones

Video format support: MPEG4 Part 2 Simple Profile, H.263, WMV

Audio format support: MP3, MIDI, AMR-NB, AAC/AAC+/eAAC+, WMA, WAV

Approximate Battery Life: Standby time – 408 hours (17days), Talk time – 240 minutes (4 hours)**

* The BlackBerry 8300 accepts microSD cards; the amount of storage is determined by card capacity.

** Based on GSMA PRD TW.09 Battery Life Measurement Technique. Results may vary. Network availability and coverage affect battery life and are dependent upon a number of factors, including location and transmission environment.

The good part, it has a camera, but GPS is missing, it slightly smaller than 8800, take a look at