The Blackberry Tour just got the boot by its new cousin (or brother, sister, or whatever. Phones don’t have family!). Starting off with extra RAM for a total of 512MB, and is a CDMA EV-DO world phone with support for HSPA and UTMS (2100 MHz) networks, Wi-Fi b/g, optical trackpad (that’s new), GPS, 3.2 megapixel camera with flash, the same 4.4” x 2.4” x .56” and 4.8 oz. footprint, microSDHC card support up to 32 GB, a 1400 mAhr battery, and the oldie BlackBerry OS 5 (hopefully an update to 6.0 is in the works). The 9650 also has CDMA and GSM technologies, so it’s a global phone, (as said before) something not unusual to Blackberries, and their only real purpose left as the competition rises. It’ll be in the U.S. in May, on CDMA-based carriers, meaning Sprint and Verizon. My take on this little guy is that I may have considered it over a Bold 9700, but at this point I’ll never consider a Blackberry if it doesn’t pack in OS 6.0. Get workin’ on it RIM! PR is in its usual place, meaning that you know where it is.