Research In Motion (RIM) Ltd. has officially announced Blackberry Curve 8520, also known as the BlackBerry Gemini while still in production, will hit T-Mobile's network on August 5. What makes it worth watching out for? For starters, it boasts a full QWERTY keyboard, optical trackpad and, in a BlackBerry first, dedicated media keys -- integrated along the top of the handset -- that offer on-click access to music, videos and other content. It also offers access to BlackBerry App World for games, applications and other tools; expandable memory of up to 16 GB and future support for up to 32 GB; and BlackBerry Internet Service with support for up to 10 email accounts from providers like Yahoo!, Windows Live Hotmail, AOL and Gmail.
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