Rumoured to be launching in the States later this month, Pinstack has received official looking info on the new BlackBerry Curve model.

To be launched on T-Mobile, the new device - the Curve 8320 - offers Wi-Fi connectivity as well as the usual GRPS/EDGE connections.

The Wi-Fi hook-up will be gratefully received by those who lament the lack of wireless internet in most BlackBerry models.

With the T-Mobile angle, the Wi-Fi will allow connection via HotSpots, but also HotSpot@Home calling and will switch "seamlessly" for the user.

Elsewhere, RIM has done nothing crazy with the form or features, it's the usual BlackBerry goodness with push email, IMing, PC sync, etc.

There's a microSD card slot, a 2-megapixel camera (not sacrificed snappers will be happy to note), Bluetooth, multimedia player and a 2.5-inch 320 x 240 screen.

We'll bring you more on this handset's Stateside launch when it happens, and keep our ears close to the ground for any UK-bound whisperings.