Research in Motion has recently released the Blackberry Touch 9900. This smartphone has been the fastest and most remarkable among the past creations of RIM. With its latest hardware platform and a spanking new operating system, buyers surely want to know more about the Blackberry Bold Touch. Let’s look at the specs.
The Bold launches the BlackBerry 7 operating system which is not feasible to earlier models. This new OS brings about “liquid graphics” which is a smoothly receptive 28-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen providing a 640×480 pixels resolution. The screen also provides vibrant and vivid colors. Below the screen is an optical trackpad surrounded by a QWERTY keyboard. The thing that fascinates techies is the 1.2 GHZ processor. It is most probably an integration of a Snapdragon and an Adreno 205 graphical solution.
Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 comes with an 8 GB internal storage including a 768 MB RAM for media and other data. And if it is still enough, there is a microSD card slot which can be expanded up to 32 GB. It has features like Bluetooth with A2DP, Wi-Fi and MicroUSB. The device is ale to run an internet speed of up to 14.4mbps. Evidently, this smartphone supports both 2G (GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900) and 3G (Tri-Band HSDPA) connections.
Another interesting addition to the handy smartphone is the Near Field Communication or NFC. This is a wireless technology which permits the users to pay through mobile services and conduct a PIN-less pairing of Bluetooth headsets and devices. Other applications include the Blackberry Balance. This addition allows users to create two distinct contact books. Docs to Go is another application that can open Microsoft documents in the device.
Another thing about the Blackberry Bold Touch is that it possesses a lot of sensors. It has an accelerator, a compass and a GPS which gives the Bold Touch 9900 a support to the amplified reality. RIM is also adding a Wikitude AR to the device. An additional sensor is contained in the 5 MP photo camera which can record HD 720p videos. The camera also includes features like geo-tagging, face detection, image stabilizer, LED flash and auto-focus.
Based on the aesthetics of the phone, it is basically the thinnest Blackberry available. Its appearance is much like the Bold 9700 or 9780. As to the keyboard design, the Bold has been compared to the 9000′ due to the glossy silver bezel that outlines the outer edge of the device.