According to the field testers, the full HTML Web browser is extremely speedy and loads pages in 3 to 4 seconds. Right now, it is running the BlackBerry OS 4.5, but I've seen screen shots that show it running a revised (and much more attractive) version of the operating system.
But the battery life isn't so solid. One reviewer writes, "Battery sucks, to be honest. With Wi-Fi on, I only got a little less than two hours browsing the Web." They also reported 4 hours of talk time, however, and that seems reasonable to me. But other testers also are reporting big issues with the battery life.
Since this phone hasn't been acknowledged at all by RIM, it's safe to say that we won't be seeing it on store shelves any time soon. I'm sure RIM's engineers will be able to fix any battery life problems. BlackBerrys are known, after all, for their excellent battery life.