Following up on the news of the BlackBerry 'Dallas' being certified in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, the device has now also appeared on India import records database Zauba. To go along with the 'Dallas' listing, there's also a new device which has been labeled as the STV100-3 which is believed to be the BlackBerry slider also known as the Venice. At this point, much like with past devices such as the Leap, they're currently being listed as evaluation units meaning they're likely being imported for BlackBerry India employees to test out and as such have not been imported in any mass quantity.

  • BLACKBERRY MOBILE DEVICE BULK-MODEL 164 (PRD-62121-700) WITH ACCESSORIES FOR EVALUATION PURPOSE & NOT FOR COMMERCIAL SALE
  • BLACKBERRY MOBILE DEVICE-BULK-R150-STV100-3-MODELCERTIN:RHL211LW-FOR EVALUATION PURPOSE ONLY AND NOT FOR COMMERCIAL SALE

While the news of them showing up there isn't exactly something to flip our lids over, it does mean the devices are getting into more hands, even if it's only internally. In related news, there's also several other versions of the what is assumed to be 'Venice' that have been noted as well including RHK211LW (STV100-1) and RHM181LW (STV100-4). Again, the associations to the devices don't mean a whole lot but it's a sign it's all progressing. PS: No, the listings don't show what OS either are running.

H/T: Thurask!