Somehow, RIM almost always finds a way to pluck our heartstrings with tweaks and improvements that keep the BlackBerry line exciting and competitive. The BlackBerry 8900, the newest entry in the Curve line (some folks call it the "Curve 2") remakes the Curve into an attractive and full-featured smartphone. We call it Bold Junior since it sports similar looks and features like GPS, WiFi, a high resolution display along with RIM's signature QWERTY keyboard. The Curve 8900 is smaller than the Bold and is currently offered by T-Mobile in the US. Other features include UMA WiFi calling and a 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera. Our full review includes a 10 minute video review of the BlackBerry 8900.