Oh yes, the BlackBerry 9000 is now official courtesy of RIM today, and it seems that the rumors about it being codenamed “Bold” was right all along. RIM even made a website for it – BlackBerryBold.com. Here’s the skinny on this new smartphone’s features.
RIM says the BlackBerry 9000 Bold was “designed for users who place a premium on quality and craftsmanship, without sacrificing the features or functionality you expect from a premium smartphone.” From the looks of it and a quick glance at the spec sheet, the BlackBerry 9000 Bold won’t let you down.
The BlackBerry 9000 Bold boasts a 624 MHz mobile processor, 128 MB Flash RAM plus 1 GB of internal memory. And that should be enough to handle your day to day communication and computing needs. But if it isn’t, rest assured that with its half-VGA (480×320 resolution) color LCD, support for microSD/SDHC memory cards, and 2 megapixel cam with video recording capability, built-in flash and 5x digital zoom (hear that, Apple?), your multimedia needs are also covered.
Other features of the BlackBerry 9000 Bold include these:
- Quad-band EDGE and tri-band HSDPA
- Integrated GPS
- Built-in Wi-Fi a/b/g
- Bluetooth 2.0
- Media player with 11 built-in equalizer pre-sets
- Speaker Independent Voice Recognition (SIVR) for Voice Activated Dialing (VAD)
It should start popping up in stores by summer. You can find more details about it here.
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