BlackBerry Curve “Apollo” has been teasing us since the beginning of this year, when we first saw the leaked specs and pictures. And today we have few more good things to share about the phone, courtesy a video (which was possibly recorded on March 7, 2011) showing the live demo of the phone. Thanks to a tipster, who posted this new 7-minute-long hands-on video of the BlackBerry Curve Apollo on Tinh te and YouTube in Vietnamese.
According to the report, Curve Apollo will run on an 800MHz Marvell Tavor MG-1 processor and is 11mm thick, featuring HVGA 480 x 360 display and a full QWERTY keyboard. The phone, however will not feature a touchscreen display it’ll instead feature an optical trackpad. Other features include Wi-Fi, GPS, 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, NFC support etc. The phone was also featured in the T-Mobile Roadmap 2011 and is slated for an August launch (in fact August 31st, to be precise).
Check out the hands-on video after the break to see the phone in action. But hey, sorry! The audio is available only in Vietnamese. For more images of the phone, hit the source link added at the bottom of the post.