Nothing says “We’re really excited about these new products!” like announcing them at two in the morning.
With fanfare that only insomniacs and folks getting ready for bed in Australia will hear, AT&T has just announced the next three BlackBerry devices set to hit their shelves: the Torch 4G 9810 (a follow-up to last summer’s Torch), Bold 4G 9900, and Torch 4G 9680 (an AT&T-branded, touchscreen-only followup to the device-formerly-known-as-Storm).
AT&T’s primary focus right now seems to be the 9810, as the only detail they mention of the Bold 9900 or Torch 9680 is that they’re coming “later this year.”
As long as things haven’t changed too much since RIM announced the 9900 back in May, though, here’s what to expect there:
With the Torch 9810 (confused by all the numbers yet? Me too! Just think of the Torch 9810 as “Torch 2″), AT&T’s got a bit more to say. Here’s what we know about it:
Alas, things get a bit fuzzier with the Storm-y Torch 9680. For now, all we’ve got to go off of are some rumored specs (BB OS 7.0, 1.2 Ghz CPU, and a 3.7″ 800×480 display Update: these specs are now confirmed) and a few leaked pics, the best of which made its way out last week:
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