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Research in Motion (RIM) is secretly developing a BlackBerry handset that’s set to be out of this world, leaked info about the phone suggests.

The firmis thought to be working on a talker that’s already been dubbed the 'Bold with a touchscreen'. Aaccording to an account by website BGR, the unconfirmed phone has been codenamed 'Pluto' by RIM.

Although technical details are still thin on the ground, the phone – which could officially be labelled as part of the the BlackBerry 9000 series – will sport a Curve 8900-like body and feature the all-important Qwerty keyboard, as well as the touch-sensitive display.

It’s thought that the BlackBerry Pluto 9000 could appear in the third or fourth quarter of next year.

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