We’ve got yet another batch of pictures of the unreleased BlackBerry Curve 9300, code-named Kepler. There’s a picture of it chilling with the other BlackBerrys of its generation (the Storm2 9550, the Bold 9700, and the Pearl 9100), and a shot under the battery door which confirms that yes, the casing is identical to the Curve 8500 series.
From what we’ve been able to piece together so far, the BlackBerry Curve 9300 will have a QVGA display, Wi-Fi 802.11n, 3.2 megapixel camera, 256 MB of RAM, and a 624 MHz processor. It’s more or less an upgraded BlackBerry 8520/30, that will be available on both GSM and CDMA carriers and has a bit more app memory and 3G. It’s really hard to get too excited about the Kepler, but considering how well the Curve 8500 is doing, I can hardly blame RIM for recycling a winning formula.