Recently, 2 versions of the RIM BlackBerry Bold smartphones were revealed in public: a standard variant with HSPA+ connectivity underneath the BlackBerry Bold 9900 label and a World Edition named as BlackBerry Bold Touch 9930. Both devices convey similar appeal about their appearance but vary on some features.
Both BlackBerry Bold Touch 9900/9930 features a 2.8” VGA touch screen with 287ppi pixel consistency, 1.2GHz Snapdragon procesor, 768mb RAM, 8GB onboard memory, micro SD card support (up to 32GB), a display resolution of 640×480 pixels, and a full-QWERTY Keyboard. Both handsets have a prominent attribute stainless steel frontier on its edges, just like the one formed on the iPhone 4G. In addition, its pleasant back is complimented by a fiberglass build. The device itself is just 10.5mm thick which makes it the smallest Blackberry phone introduced so far.
The new BlackBerry Bold smartphones has a 5 megapixel camera that’s efficient of both still shooting and 720p HD video recording. It has a built-in compass, new and improved form of web browser, preferable graphics, smoother UI and it runs BlackBerry OS 7.
For connectivity, users will have Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Onboard GPS is also perforated on the chipset under the shell. The major difference between the two is that the BlackBerry Bold 9900 boasts of HSPA+ connectivity while the BlackBerry Bold Touch 9930 features a dual-band CDMA and quad-band GSM radio for the globe-trotters.
There’s no word on pricing or specific launch date still.