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The United Colors of BlackBerry

By Kevin Hill on 15 May 2007 10:45 am EDT
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The Boy Genius Report clearly has someone on the inside these days as his latest report indicates that the new consumer friendly BlackBerry might be replacing the Pearl as early as September of this year.

The BlackBerry 8120 will have five new color choices(black, red, blue, titanium and gold), a two megapixel camera, GPS, and WiFi. TBG didn’t have confirmation on a US carrier but was betting it would be T-Mobile.

He also reports that Rogers in Canada will be launching the updated BlackBerry in September, with an un-named US carrier getting a “one week jumpstart.” As usual.

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