The Blackberry Tour 9630 has just been announced by Research In Motion.
The 9630 Tour doesn’t deviate from Blackberry’s tried and tested Qwerty orientated design principles and in some ways looks a mix of the Bold and Curve 8900.
The half-screen display measures 2.4-inches with a resolution of 480×340 pixels and aside of the usual emailing and media capabilities the 9630 comes with a 3.2-megapixel snapper with LED flash.
There’s a paltry 256MB of internal memory on board that is thankfully expandable up to 16GB through use of the microSD slot.
Connectivity-wise the 9630 is a bit of a mixed bag; there’s high speed internet (CDMA/HSPA) but we can’t help but feel that Blackberry is missing a bit of a trick omitting Wi-Fi from the package.
It’s due to land in North America this summer at an as-yet undisclosed price, word on when, or if, it will make it into other territories is unclear.