The BlackBerry Curve 8250 has been officially unveiled by the Research in Motion for T-Mobile US and Vodafone UK. The phone which was also known as the Gemini is a smartphone but without a 3G Connectivity choice. Nonetheless, there are some other impressive features especially the touch sensitive optical track pad which substitutes the long-serving trackball. There is a 2MP camera and a full QWERTY keyboard that renders a great typing experience. There is a Bluetooth, WiFi, microSDHC Card slot and 256MB of internal memory factored in to the device. The music lovers would adore shortcut keys atop the device and a 3.5mm headphone jack that lets you hook-up to the speakers of your choice other than the headphones.