BlackBerry Curve 8980 Entry FCC

RIM never stops producing new products, as well as with the old product refresh. After Onyx 2 aka the BlackBerry Bold 9780, this time coded mobile BlackBerry Curve 8980 also looks had entered into the FCC and just waiting for approval. From the code, note this phone is taking the design of the BlackBerry Curve Javeline, except that this one cell phone to use the trackpad to replace trackball technology that has been missed.

Chinese version of the Curve 8900 was previously destined for the mobile market in the country through operator China Mobile. RIM seems to like to release their products this one, more broadly, unfortunately there is no specification changes that add to its appeal.The lack of 3G support and only supports EDGE network indicates this phone will be less in demand in the country had ever tasted before Javeline BlackBerry Curve.

Also this phone is equipped with Wi-Fi radio, 3.2MP camera, 480x360 resolution screen, A-GPS, 624 MHz processor, 256MB RAM, and microSD slot. All specifications are similar to the BlackBerry Javeline 8900.
BlackBerry 8980 seemed about to be released in 2011 in the United States by Verizon using a codename BlackBerry Atlas.