*Update: Looks like Ronen was able to snag a photo of the actual 8910 unit. All of this kind of came out of nowhere today, but hopefully we'll get even more details very soon. Head over to BerryReview to check it out.*
Over at Unwiredview today it was revealed that the BlackBerry Curve 8910 had been registered with the Bluetooth Special Interest Group and the application was available for all to view. This information while interesting, leaves a few things unanswered. What we can tell from the above information is currently it's running OS 18.104.22.1680 with a platform version of 22.214.171.124 and it is indeed branded as the BlackBerry Curve 8910 no doubt there as that report clearly out lines that. But what exactly is it? New device or possibly one we have already seen in the past?
Now while the thought of a new device is always great to have, we do have to take a step back and remember that the BlackBerry Atlas does exist and has yet to see an actual release. That device, was to arrive with a 480x360 screen, no 3G and was not intended for the North American market so we'll just have to and wait and see what the rest of 2010 brings us. 3G has become a big factor for users here in North America and Europe but many providers in other countries are not concerned about 3G and with RIM expanding even further globally a EDGE or Enhanced EDGE device could fair quite well. Food for thought regarding the BlackBerry Curve 8910 if nothing else.
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