Even more BlackBerry leaks today following the Dakota, Curve “Apollo,” and Torch 2, and BGR seems to have saved the best for the last: the BlackBerry Storm3. Actually, the full touchscreen device pictured above may not even be branded Storm, according to the report; Monaco and Monza are supposedly the codenames for foreign variation of the OS 6.1-powered handset. Looking nearly the same as the optical trackpad-equipped device we saw last September — and not like the 9570 Storm2 refresh also rumored to be in the works — this model is said to sport a 1.2GHz processor (just like the alleged Torch 2) along with a 3.7-inch capacitive WVGA display, five-megapixel camera with 720p HD video capture, and 512MB RAM / 8GB storage capacity.

Other notable features are the supposed 2.4GHz b/g/n plus 5GHz a/n WiFi (UMA calling may be supported), as well as an accelerometer and digital compass. The Storm3 or whatever it’s called will also act as a mobile hotspot. BGR tells us to expect a release around September, so we’re not really sure what’s going on with the Storm2 9750 at this point.

Source: BGR

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