Whoops, looks like TheStreet.com pressed "go" on two new BlackBerry models early—the Bold 9650 and Pearl 3G. Nothing too outlandish if the site is to be believed, but looks like Sprint's got dibs on the Bold.
Only Canadian carriers have been confirmed for the Pearl 3G according to TheStreet.com, with Bell, TELUS and Rogers all down for it. The Pearl will be a GSM-only phone, with 3.2MP camera, GPS and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi. No other details on that, except it'll also feature the new trackpad RIM is busy migrating all its phones to.
The Bold 9650 on the other hand doesn't sound too different to the 9700 which has been sat in my hot little hand since late last year. While that model is available just on AT&T and T-Mobile, the 9650 will be sold through Sprint according to TheStreet.com, and will have a 3.2MP camera, GPS, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi and yep, that trackpad.
RIM's WES show is kicking off in Orlando this week, but CrackBerry.com snapped what looks to be the Bold 9650 making an appearance on Verizon's advertising. Uh-oh. No more details on these two phones just yet, but hopefully we'll see something concrete this week. [TheStreet.com]