Wondering when the new BlackBerry smartphone we’ll be released? If so, then this leaked roadmap should help you out. Do take note, though, that this just features their CDMA offerings, which explains why the Curve Apollo is not here. The Sedona, scheduled for Q4 2011 release, is its CDMA counterpart.
In addition to giving us a timeline as to when we can expect this new treats to come out, it also showcases two new RIM smartphones we haven’t seen before: the Monaco Touch and the Curve Touch.
Based on this slide highlighting the various features of the Monaco Touch, this appears to be one and the same as the purported BlackBerry Storm 3 leaked last October albeit coming with less internal memory (4GB vs the reported 8GB).
The Curve Touch codenamed the Malibu, meanwhile, also packs a 5-megapixel camera with HD video recording, optical trackpad, WiFi (b/g/n), Bluetooth 2.1, accelerometer, and CDMA EvDO Rev. A connectivity. Think of this as basically the toned down version of the Monaco Touch.
Uninterested because these are CDMA phones? Well, the good news is RIM appears to have a GSM versions for each of their CDMA offering this 2011. Meaning, it's not a far-fetched idea to see a GSM Curve Touch in the sometime soon.
More leaked slides and info on the new BlackBerry 6.1 OS can be found over at Crackberry.