BlackBerry Curve Touch Specs and Pictured

Well now it appears that Research In Motion is bringing a little touch screen lover to their BlackBerry Curve range and a new BlackBerry smartphone has been spotted which has the codename of Malibu and is a CDMA device.

According to an article over on Engadget by Nilay Patel, the guys over at Crackberry say that the Malibu should come out to play as the BlackBerry Curve Touch and is scheduled for release either late this year or early next year.

As for specifications of the BlackBerry Curve Touch the device sports a 3.25 HVGA touch screen, CDMA, EV-DO Rev A, 800MHz processor, virtually QWERTY, no physical keyboard with this BlackBerry, 5 megapixel camera with HD video, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, NFC, 1GBG Flash memory, 512MB RAM, hot swap microSD slot, microUSB , accelerometer and ambient light sensor.

Having said that apparently the Crackberry guys say they are the “proposed specs,” so if or when the BlackBerry Curve Touch launches it will be the first BlackBerry Curve to forgo a physical keyboard.

So what do our BlackBerry readers think of the New BlackBerry Curve Touch, does it catch your eye and make you want to own it?

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