BlackBerry Bold 9900: The High Performing Engine from RIM
“The Thinnest BlackBerry Smartphone Yet”, is definitely a catchy statement for the new BlackBerry Bold 9900. Just 10.5mm thick, Bold 9900 is powered by OS v7.0 and 1.2GHz processor. The Touch & Type device definitely has the best keyboard, highest resolution, and much superior specs than its predecessors.
Things You Will Love About the New Bold 9900?
Liquid Graphics touchscreen – Means better response time and more fluidic animations on your phone’s screen.
High resolution display – The phone has 24-bit display with 640 x 480 pixels resolution and supports 16M colors. Higher resolution will definitely work as an add-on to your 720HD video playback support.
Fast Processor & Increased RAM for Speed – There has already been much of talking about the 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor of Bold 9900. And the combination of 768MB RAM just makes everything about the device, so powerful. So, get ready for a swift and speedy web browsing experience on the new Bold.
Introduction to NFC – NFC is one of the most discussed features of the new BlackBerry OS 7.0. With NFC support, Bold 9900 will enable you to connect to other NFC enabled devices and smart tags.
We Just Can’t Miss-out On:
5MP Camera with HD Recording – The Bold 9900 comes with 5MP camera and LED flash. It can capture and play HD videos of up to 720p. RIM has obviously not missed out on basic camera features like Geotagging, 4x digital flash etc. Zero shutter lag is one thing that would let you click real-time images. Wish the phone had a secondary camera too.
Connectivity – Bold 9900 supports dualband 3G connectivity with up to 14.4mbps download and 5.76mbps upload speed. It has Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth v2.1, and of course a USB support.
Battery That Lasts for Long – There’s no doubt that BlackBerry phones have better battery life than Android devices. Bold 9900 is packed with Li-Ion 1230 mAh battery that gives more than 6 hours of talktime support in 2G and up to 5 hours support in 3G network. You can also listen to music for 50 uninterrupted hours on your phone.