Seems like we were just talking about the Blackberry 8703e rolling out RIM's door, and now here's a picture and a partial spec list of the Blackberry 8800. Unlike its CDMA-only 8703e brandmate, this one will support GSM/GPRS, EDGE, and—wait for it—WiFi. It looks thinner than its predecessors, and it has a 320x240 screen, Bluetooth 2.0, a full QWERTY keypad and of course, that addicting, homewrecking Blackberry email.
If this baby is as thin as the spec list says, (exactly how thick is "ultrathin," anyway?), it looks like Blackberry could be catching up to the rest of the techno-world. Our interest is piqued. There's a whole lot more info; take a look at the spec list and an all-angles pic, after the jump.
•Quad-Band: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS, EDGE + Wi-Fi
•Phone and SMS
•Corporate Data Access
•Trackball, ESC key and Menu key
•Integrated earpiece and microphone
•Bluetooth v2.0; headset, hands-free and serial port profiles supported
•Polyphonic, MP3 & MIDI ringtones, vibrate, on-screen or LED indicator
•Embedded RIM wireless modem
•Supported by version 4.2 or higher
•Full QWERTY keypad
•Large 320 x 240 screen
•Full multimedia feature set
•Possible on some versions of the 8800 (Camera - 1.3 mp, 5x digital zoom, flash and maybe even video recording)
•Media Player - audio and video playback (Built-in streaming*) stereo headset compatible.
•64 MB Flash, expandable memory (Micro SD)
•Great phone experience w/ Advanced noise and echo cancellation
•Voice activated dialing, speakerphone, Bluetooth 2.0
RIM's BlackBerry 8800 Specs & Details [Pinstack]