BGR has posted slides from what appears to be RIM's 2012 roadmap, and if the details are accurate, we're looking at refreshes for the PlayBook, and new Curve 9220 and 9320 models. Rumors of the PlayBook's revamp have been swirling, and the leaked roadmap shows a new model with a 1.5GHz dual core chip, HSPA+, and NFC. The new Curve models are reported to have a dedicated BBM button on the side, a 2.44-inch display with a resolution of 320 x 240, 512MB each of RAM and internal storage, and an FM radio. The 9320 will feature HSPA, but if you're looking for a truly nostalgic smartphone experience, the 9220 will operate with EDGE (2G) data. BlackBerry 7 devices are also said to be getting an AirPlay-like "Wireless Media Server" feature that will allow users to stream media to other devices.

The slides also appear to confirm rumors that BlackBerry 10 won't arrive until later this year in September or October, but we're still hoping to peek at the OS on the new London hardware at the Mobile World Congress in February.