The formal details are out on the most anticipated BlackBerry in years, so I'll just cut straight to it:
HSDPA (naturally), WiFi, Push email, v4.6 of the BlackBerry OS, a 624MHz CPU... ok, ok, we already know this.
Of course these aren't really the titbits you were after - I'm an awful tease - this is what we really learn this time around: WiFi has been improved to offer fast access and diagnostics, BlackBerry Maps has enhanced POIs with users able to specify their own, Map search histories are preserved and user friendly keywords such as 'near' and 'in' can be used to assist searches.
Three themes are available by default: 'Precision Zen', 'Precision L' and 'Precision Today' offering different home screen layouts program shortcuts. Applications can now be deleted from the ribbon, there's unicode support in S/MIME and PGP and password based encryption in S/MIME.
Note: Here are some additional snaps I've collaged from a cheeky eBay listing (now removed) of one BlackBerry 9000. Looks like it's ready for launch people, just a question of when RIM is ready to let it off the leash...