If you’ve been monitoring BlackBerry World coverage, you’ll know all about the BlackBerry Bold 9900. Part BlackBerry Bold, part BlackBerry Storm, the touch-and-type BlackBerry Bold 9900 has been referred to as the the BlackBerry Bold Touch on many occasions.
Unveiled in Orlando, Florida, this week, the device is RIM’s thinnest phone yet. It boasts a high resolution, 2.8-inch capacitive touch screen; a 1.2GHz Snapdragon CPU; 768MB of RAM; up to 32GB of storage via MicroSD (8GB as standard); a 5-megapixel camera with flash and HD video capture; microUSB; NFC; Bluetooth; 802.11a/b/g/n; and compass, accelerometer and proximity sensors. It also offers the physical keyboard avid BlackBerry users are so attached to.
Though pricing and release details have yet to be announced, Vodafone, 3 and O2 have all revealed that they will offer the phone when launch day does arrive. It’s expected to land sometime this summer and the fact that it’s available across three networks should make it even more attractive to BlackBerry users.
Who’s planning to upgrade?