The Curve class of BlackBerries is generally considered to be on the lower end of the BlackBerry spectrum and, save for the 8900, they tend to have a more plastic look and feel to them. RIM looks like they're aiming to change that with the new Curve 9300, which will probably be replacing the current Curve 8520/8530. The 9300 has a high-end chrome ring around the device, as well as the standard BlackBerry trackpad, to help class up the Curve series of devices. On the inside, the new Curve has 3G and 802.11n Wi-Fi, but sadly, it only has a 320x240 display. The leaked device has 256 MB of memory and is running BlackBerry OS 5, although that may change by the time this 'Berry is released to customers. This new Curve 9300 definitely looks classy and could give the Curve 8900 a run for the title of "Best Looking BlackBerry." While this device is destined for AT&T or T-Mobile, we're sure that RIM also has a similar phone with a CDMA radio in the works for Verizon and Sprint users. We just hope that the 9300 will get an upgrade to BlackBerry OS 6 before release. Would any of you BlackBerry users out there consider switching to the Curve 9300?