Earlier this week, some details on RIM's device plans for 2012 surfaced, outing info on a 3G-enabled PlayBook and some BlackBerry 10 devices. The RIM leaks continue today, as the company's full roadmap for 2012 has been posted by the folks at BGR. There's quite a bit of information to be digested in the pack of slides, so we'll break down some of the important stuff in handy bullet form:
It's worth noting again that those two new Curves are reportedly intended for emerging markets, so don't be surprised if they never land Stateside. As for what could actually come to the U.S., it's kind of nice to see that RIM may soon be getting around to releasing an HSPA-enabled PlayBook, especially since we've been hearing about such a device since last February. And the London? We're glad to see it pop up again, but September still seems really far off. Here's to hoping that the London doesn't slip much farther into 2012. If you want to dig further into this leaked RIM roadmap, a bevy of slides are available at the source link below.