New Blackberry Bold 9650 and Pearl 3G announced early

According to Engadget, Research in Motion (RIM) was set to announce two new phones today. The two handsets were supposed to be the big announcement WES 2010, RIM's Blackberry expo.

The two leaked handsets are the Blackberry Bold 9650 and the Blackberry Pearl 3G. The Bold has 802.11 b/g WIFI capabilities, a 3.2 megapixel camera and operates on CDMA networks in the US with capabilities to work on UMTS/HSPDA while abroad. The Pearl has a 3.2 megapixel camera, 802.11n WIFI, GPS and triband HSDPA data with quadband GSM / EDGE.

The Bold looks to be replacing the Tour line of phones which allowed you to use your phone outside of the United States. They've also eliminated the trackball on their phones which seems to be the trend on the new Blackberry devices.

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