RIM introduced five new BlackBerry 7 OS handsets today; three for AT&T, and two for Sprint.
BlackBerry Bold 9900 series
The BlackBerry Bold 9900 and 9930 are part of RIM's Bold 9900 series. Both devices look the same, and promise to be the thinnest BlackBerrys yet. They are also the first to support NFC, and ship with BlackBerry 7 OS.
On the back of both the Bold 9900 and the 9930 is a 5-megapixel camera. The Bold 9930 is for Sprint and should be world phone capable, meaning it will support both GSM and CDMA chipsets. The Bold handsets are powered by a 1.2GHz processor.
The BlackBerry Torch 9810 is the successor to the first Torch, the 9800, from last year. The Torch 9810 has the same design as the original, with a 3.2-inch touch-screen display and the sliding keyboard. It does boast a faster 1.2GHz processor and, of course, BlackBerry 7 OS.
In a departure from the previous Torches, the Torch 9850 and the Torch 9860 are full touch-screen phones. That's right, there's no physical keyboard here, only a virtual one. The 9850 is for AT&T while the 9860 is for Sprint. The Sprint version is a world phone with a dual-mode CDMA/GSM chipset.
The BlackBerry Torch 9850 and the 9860 have a big 3.7-inch touch-screen display, fully decked out with BlackBerry 7 OS, which promises Liquid Graphics technology for a faster and more responsive touch screen.