Having noted the new threat from Nokia's new E-series, the Blackberry has gone back to the T-Mobile garage for a power-up.
The 7105t has a refined QWERTY keyboard with contours for speedier typing, and includes an enhanced screen and battery life of 8 days stand-by.
Apart from that, it's identical to its predecessor, with a speakerphone, Bluetooth, PIM functionality and instant messaging via Yahoo, MSN and AOL. It's still lacking a memory card slot, though you do get two USB cables bundled along with an international travel charger.
For more info, check out T-Mobile's website