BlackBerry Javelin aka 8900 aka York is now the BlackBerry Curve II, coming to T-Mobile

The BlackBery Javelin, the one that went for over $17k on Ebay, will, at some point, officially change names to the Curve II, says TmoNews via CrackBerry. While it’s not 3G, the Curve II does have a handful of under-the-hood improvements like a 3.2-megapixel AF camera, which will be housed in glass, Wi-Fi and GPS and a few other goodies. BBNews is also reporting that the Curve II will feature an “Atomic” trackball that’s “silky smooth”, grey in color and will not be affected by dust, dirt and other unwanted crap. Look for it in late November.

Quad-band radios: GSM/GPRS/EDGE (no 3G)
Wi-Fi b/g with UMA + GPS in one
OS 4.6.1, featuring Safe Mode start up
480 by 360 high-res HVGA+ display
512 MHz Processor
256 MB onboard flash memory (more room for apps)
Hot-swappable microSD slot – located under the battery door
3.2MP camera, includes auto-focus
Glass cover – one piece glass cover will house the camera and flash, providing a very polished look and feel
Micro USB charging/syncing port, w/ high speed data
Dedicated Lock Button – will allow easy access to lock / hold the device when not using a holster
“Sweet Spot” narrow keypad
Battery Cover features a new easy to use, latch mechanism