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    One of the new devices for RIM's device timeline for 2011 is an update for the Storm - which will probably be called the BlackBerry Touch (a.k.a Moncao/Monza). According to T-Mo news, T-Mobile will have this device in their lineup by late June, more specifically the 29th of June. This device will feature a HUGE improvement in the Storm's hardware, with the full list of specs for you to view here. Thoughts? Will you be buying one?


    Source:Crackberry
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Blackberry Touch available by T-Mobile in June? started by sabisgeek View original post


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