Blackberry 9900/9930 Bold launch delayed
RIM Blackberry has delayed the launch of the upcoming 9900 and 9930 Bold models. The latest reports have the new Smartphone being launched sometime in September.
Initial reports have the 9900 Bold being launched on the AT&T Network (USA) and the 9930 on the Verizon Wireless Network (USA). Some reports have the new models being launched on Three Network in the United Kingdom.
Blackberry has yet to post the final specs for each model on their website. However we do know that the look will be similar to the older 9000 Bold model. It will have a higher definition screen and a full QWERTY keyboard on the front.
RIM claims the 9900 and 9930 will be easier and faster to use. Blackberry 7 OS will be installed for faster browsing and searches. It will have 1.2 GHz processor, 8GB of memory and a 720p HD video recorder. Other capabilites will include Wi-Fi, a compass, and NFC technology.
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