The unannounced BlackBerry Curve 9300 has earned its FCC wings today, including support for CDMA and AWS bands. We’ve seen a lot of the BlackBerry 9300, code-named Kepler, but there are still a few unclear details, like whether it has 256 MB or 512 MB of application memory, or if it will be launching with OS 5 or OS 6. The camera may also be bumped up to 3.2 megapixels (though there’s still no solid proof), and though we’re sure ‘s going to be picking up the 9300, we still don’t know which carriers will be getting the CDMA 9330.
In any case, it looks pretty much identical to the 8500-series, and won’t be much more than an iterative advancement, but the big question is how much of a jump it will be.
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