BlackBerry Curve Touch in the works?

A photo of what looks like a BlackBerry Curve Touch has been leaked, along with specs.

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CrackBerry recently released a few leaked photos of what looks like a BlackBerry Curve Touch. Indeed, it's quite Storm-like in appearance, with no keyboard in sight. According to the specs, the CDMA version will have an 800MHz Qualcomm MSM8655 processor, a 3.25-inch HVGA screen, a 5-megapixel camera with HD video, 1GB storage with microSD slot, 512MB of RAM, GPS, and NFC support.

These specs aren't really nailed down yet, but this sounds about right. We have to say we're not too thrilled about it--we tend to think BlackBerrys should stick to the physical keyboard--but maybe we're not the audience for this. What say you?