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Onyx, Magnum and Driftwood

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Specifications for three previously unannounced BlackBerry handsets have emerged online.

The trio - codenamed 'Onyx', 'Magnum' and 'Driftwood' - washed up on website BoyGeniusReport. The site hasn’t been able to secure any pictures of the phones.

All three will supposedly be GSM/GPRS/Edge and 3G capable. Wi-Fi and GPS will also feature on all three talkers.

Magnum and Onyx have been “confirmed” for US network provider AT&T, but which carrier will get Driftwood isn’t mentioned.

Onyx and Magnum are both said to feature a 480 x 360 resolution display, but Driftwood’s screen specifications haven’t been mentioned.

All three Research In Motion phones could also come with a camera and, unsurprisingly, a Qwerty keyboard.

We’ll bring you more news when we have it. ®

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