BlackBerry 8900 Picture Leaked!

Posted: May 11 2009, 6:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:17pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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The incredibly well-named 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.

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.

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?

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