RIM said to ready Gemini for July 20 launch party

Research in Motion and partner T-Mobile USA will officially introduce the consumer-oriented BlackBerry Gemini -- also known as the Curve 8520 -- at a launch party next Monday, according to Internet accounts. The device will employ a touch-sensitive trackpad instead of BlackBerry's usual trackball, feature Wi-Fi and have rubberized grips along the sides and on the buttons.

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