BlackBerry Touch Monaco, also known as Monza, has leaked again and this time we get live photos. The smartphone is said to run on the BlackBerry OS 6.1 and tie closely to your BlackBerry ID.
The Monaco and Monza monikers actually mark two different versions of the device - the first one is headed to Verizon, while the second should be available worldwide.
The new BlackBerry OS will require you to log in with your BlackBerry ID to gain access to its full functionality. There will also be built-in support for backup and restore of your data.
The BlackBerry Monaco/Monza duo is expected to be announced this May at the BlackBerry World event. It is likely to be launched as a part of the new Touch series rather than as a part of the Storm lineup.
We'll keep you updated if more information about the specs of the Monaco surface.
cos they are expanding maybe..wow never known a manufactuer to do that
This is a chinise fone!!!
need the possibility to lock only messages, phonebook, images.... seperately and not be obliged to lock the whole phone : see samsung and motorola. RIM says security : this is security and inteligence