After a couple of weeks of nothing but patent applications and webcast releases, August comes roaring through like gangbusters with leaked images of the BlackBerry Stealth — or should we say the BlackBerry 8100.
Engadget’s Random Asian Dude confirms that the 8100 has a camera, microSD slot, OS4.2, EDGE network support and media playback functionality. It’s hard to tell, but it seems RIM has foregone it’s much-loved side scroll-wheel in favor of a d-pad at the front. Engadget expects the 8100 to launch in November on Cingular (probably the same time for Rogers) and even earlier for T-Mobile customers.
Well, we finally have it: RIM’s first push into the consumer market. Thoughts, folks? (More pics after the jump)