Something tells us this isn't the most anticipated yet-to-be-announced BlackBerry
at the moment, but RIM's all about choice -- and, yeah, it remains to be seen who's going to choose the Gemini 8325 when it ends up shipping. The supposed Curve 8300
successor (we thought that was the 8900
, silly us) will mope along with the same EDGE data that powers the old model, suggesting that it'll hang out on the low end of the BlackBerry stable -- especially by the time it's actually released, whenever that happens to be. It's rumored to run BlackBerry OS 5.0 and feature a QVGA display, 802.11b / g / n (yes, n), and a meager 2 megapixel camera, so needless to say, the Bolds
of the world can rest easy for a while longer that their dominance in the QWERTY GSM BlackBerry game isn't in question just yet.