Well RIM was unable to make an early summer launch but, it hasstated that it will launch theBlackBerry Bold 9930 sometime in the coming weeks . The new BlackBerry smartphone will feature theBlackBerry 7 OS and some other new options. The mobile device’s price and specific launch date have not been given.
Featuring a 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor, a 2.8-inch VGA touch display, 768MB of RAM, and 8GB of internal memory storage. The thinner and more powerful smartphone is a welcome addition to the BlackBerry family.
Late last week some great news dropped for anyone who plans on getting a Blackberry in the upcoming months. RIM’s new phone line-up certainly has great potential, and the latest BlackBerry 7 OS doesn’t need a lot of processing power to perform flawlessly. Even if QNX is expected to be RIM’s future star, it’s not a good idea to underestimate BlackBerry’s current OS. A while ago we had a pretty solid confirmation that Verizon will be selling the BlackBerry Bold 9930, without any details on the pricing or release date. Well, the first one remains unknown, but some info on when Sprint is planning to launch the new BlackBerry series have emerged.
RIM should release its first BlackBerry smartphone with the new BlackBerry 7 mobile OS, the Bold 9900/9930, in the very near future, and the device will likely be available without a camera for organizations that have security policies barring the use of smartphones with digital shooters.
Good news for CrackBerry addicts and other gadget geeks looking to get their thumbs on the latest and greatest BlackBerry smartphone: RIM’s thinnest BlackBerry to date, the BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930 should become available in the United States and elsewhere within the coming weeks.
Research in motion, the company behind BlackBerrysmartphones, has tweeted a hint that details of new devices supporting the BlackBerry 7 OS will be available later today (27 July 2011).
Likely handsets for release are the 9900/9930, with rumours of the devices floating around the internet since the first reports of them at BlackBerry World in May earlier this year.
The new OS which was also unveiled at BlackBerry World, bring a host of new features including Near Field communication, Voice-enabled searching, and 720p HD video recording.
There are plenty of good reasons to own aBlackBerry Curve 9300 right now, but we’ve managed to whittle them down to a list of five. From trademark BlackBerry features to current hot contract deals, it’s well worth considering if you’re after an accomplished but affordable smartphone.
The BlackBerry Curve series occupies the middle ground in RIM’s smartphone line-up. It’s got most of the features that go to make up the top BlackBerry Bold range, but sneakily shaves off a few non-essential extras in order to come in at a modest price.
With a 624 MHz processor, 2.4-inch screen and a 2-megapixel camera the BlackBerry Curve 9300 is an accomplished performer.
According to tech website Gizmodo, on Monday Canadian mobile phone maker company RIM announced via social networking websites Facebook and Twitter that its latest smartphone powered by the seventh version of its operating system will be launched a day after.
The action seems to be a marketing gimmick adopted by the company behind famous BlackBerry series as the very same day, Verizon, the network carrier leaked a video demonstrating the operations of OS 7 powered phone BlackBerry 9930.
Oh boy, we don’t envy the Verizon web admin who made this particular mis-click. If you go to VZW’s sales page for the Blackberry 9650 and click on the “Explore Features” video, you get an unexpected treat: a walkthrough not of the 9650, but of the unreleased Bold 9930. The specs are familiar, like the 1.2GHz processor, 2.8-inch touchscreen and Blackberry 7 OS. But at least we now have it from the horse’s mouth that the new Bold Touch is indeed coming to Verizon. We’ve stuck our own rip of the video after the break, as the original will likely disappear any second — much like that poor web admin.
Research in Motion officially announced the BlackBerry Bold 9930 back in May, at the same time with the Bold 9900. The two smartphones are pretty much the same, the sole difference being that the 9930 has both GSM / HSDPA and CDMA / Ev-Do connectivity, while the 9900 is a GSM / HSDPA device only.
Naturally, the CDMA / Ev-Do capabilities allow the 9930 to be used on Verizon’s and Sprint’s networks. While neither of the two carriers has announced the Bold 9930, the smartphone has been spotted recently showing off a Verizon intro screen – thus VWZ could introduce the new Bold soon.
RIM has been rather notably silent about the upcoming and elusive BlackBerry Torch 2 as of late, but it would now appear nevertheless that the final and official release date is drawing near. The reason for the optimism comes by way of the device having been spotted on the website of the FCC, along with its accompanying profile image. Of course, the details and specifics remain thin on the ground at best, but the size and shape do indeed look remarkably similar to the current version.