The BlackBerry "Monza" is listed for July 27, and looks to be the first all-touch BlackBerry to make it to T-Mobile. Anticipated specs include a 3.7-inch touch display, a 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5-megapixel camera with 720p video, and apparently BlackBerry OS 7 (though this might be OS 6.1). It is expected to be less than $200 with contract.
The Monaco is then followed by the BlackBerry Bold Touch that we saw at BlackBerry World. The Bold Touch is expected to launch on August 17. The final BlackBerry we saw on the list was "Apollo," which has been identified as the next-generation Curve.