Fed up of Qwerty sliders and touchscreens on your mobiles? Fear not, because RIM is coming to the rescue with a new clamshell phone, the BlackBerry Style 9670, videos of which have been posted on YouTube.
The phone's appearance is reminiscent of Motorola's Razr handsets, which were very popular during the days when the was just a little apple in Steve Jobs' eye.
The phone was leaked by Boy Genius Report back in April. It's expected to pack a full Qwerty keyboard, a 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, a 360x480-pixel internal display, a trackpad, a micro-USB port, and a microSD card slot. Its casing also sports a metallic finish.
There's still a market for people who don't want or need touchscreen technology. But, conversely, there are many options out there already if you want a clamshell phone like the 9670.
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