The incredibly well-named Crackberry.com received a leaked photograph of the BlackBerry 8900 'Onyx' last night. The first Onyx captured on film was a testing unit with "Property of Research In Motion Limited" stamped on the back. From what is immediately visible, it has a beefy 3.2 megapixel camera and a carbon fiber back casing.
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Three different versions of the 8900 are expected. The Onyx for AT&T, the Driftwood for T-Mobile, and the Magnum (also for AT&T). There is some speculation that the picture leaked is of the Driftwood and not the Onyx.
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The 8900 series has been highly anticipated by pretty much every BlackBerry fan. The 8900 has a big 480x360 screen, GPS, a full QWERTY keyboard, and 3G capability. All three versions of the smartphone are set to launch in September. I'm expecting the Driftwood to be a high seller; the latest BlackBerry on a phone plan that isn't AT&T. How can it fail?