BlackBerry lovers, AT&T
beckons. Looks like the just-reviewed Onyx
is heading to AT&T and, as rumored before, so is the Magnum
. We've got no pics of the latter device, but it's being touted here as the "BlackBerry Bold portfolio evolution" and uses the same processor as the Bold. It's also got a HVGA touchscreen, QWERTY pad, quad-band GSM / GRS / EDGE, GPS, and WiFi. Want more? How about an apparently non-flip Pearl
3G with 3.6 Mbps of HSDPA goodness, Bluetooth, 3.5mm headset jack, trackball, SureType, and aGPS. Rounding out this quartet is the Gemini
, with a 512MHz processor, 256MB flash memory, 128MB RAM, Bluetooth, QVGA LCD, 2 megapixel sans flash, trackball, QWERTY keyboard, 3.5mm headset jack, a microSD slot, possibly GPS, and sadly, no 3G
. There's no release date in sight, but hey, knowing they're on the way is half the battle, right?
Blackberry Magnum, Onyx, Pearl 3G, and Gemini to harmonize on AT&T