Thanks to the FCC, we've often gotten glimpses of unreleased phones before their announcement, and now it seems that they've done it again. Judging by the look of the device, as well as the "Curve" branding, it seems pretty safe to say that the BlackBerry Curve 9300 has made its way through everyone's favorite government agency. BlackBerry creator Research In Motion has done a good job at concealing the model information in its FCC filing, but given what we've seen in the past, it's a pretty safe bet that we're staring at the Curve 9300 up there. This unit is packing CDMA and AWS, meaning it's entirely possible that it will hit regional carriers like MetroPCS.
Since the Curve 9300 has made its way through the FCC, I'm hoping that means we'll be seeing an official announcement in the near future. It may not be a revolutionary design, but the Curve series of BlackBerrys continues to be wildly popular with consumers and business users alike. Now that the Curve 9300 is inching closer to release, who wants to take bets on when we'll see more information about that 9800?