Specs of the rumored and much awaited BlackBerry 9000 have been uncovered, and from what I can tell you I’m sure you won’t be unimpressed.
The BlackBerry 9000, apparently, will be a Quad-band GPRS/EDGE GSM phone, with HSDPA network support. As you can see from the photo it will have a TrackBall for navigation and a sleek, high-end looking exterior. And it gets even better; these are just icing on the cake.
For multimedia the BlackBerry 9000 will have a 2 megapixel camera, which is mediocre but still usable. It supports microSD cards to expand the inbuilt memory so you can add more music, photos and videos to your hearts desire. Then you can use its HVGA Color LCD with a 480×320 pixel resolution for viewing. Wi-Fi a/b/g come as standard and something new – Assisted GPS, which basically is GPS navigation on steroids.
And what about battery life? How does 1500mAh sound to you? Pretty darned good, I’m sure. This will let you run with juice for at least a couple of days of “heavy use.”
AT&T, NTT DoCoMo, and Vodafone will be the launch carriers, with AT&T being the one to bag the U.S. exclusive, as well as having the privilege to launch ahead of the rest of the world. So if you’ve been waiting for the BlackBerry 9000 for a while now, rejoice. Your days of waiting are almost over.
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