There’s a new and unannounced BlackBerry smartphone that’s waiting to be officially unveiled by RIM, and it’s called BlackBerry Bold 9790. Obviously the successor to the Bold 9700 and Bold 9780, the 9790 has appeared in a set of hands-on photos over at BGR (although we can’t actually see any hands).
The Bold 9790 is smaller than the Bold 9900 flagship – and the available photos prove that (the 9790 is obviously on the left):
Feature-wise, the new Bold offers BlackBerry OS 7, a touchscreen display of unknown resolution, NFC, Wi-Fi, GPS, a 1.2GHz processor, 5MP camera, and 8GB of on-board memory.
Since the Bold 9700 has been announced in October 2009, and the Bold 9780 in October 2010, maybe RIM will introduce the Bold 9790 this October. We’ll let you know when it happens anyway.
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