BlackBerry Introduces 5 New Handsets with BlackBerry 7 OS

5 August 2011 By Varun


In the recent past, BlackBerry has faced some fierce competition from iPhone and Android phones. To get back into the race the company has recently updated it’s line of smartphones by adding 5 new handsets in its arsenal. These handsets, BlackBerry Bold 9900 and 9930, BlackBerry Torch 9850 and 9860, and BlackBerry Torch 9810, will run on BlackBerry 7 OS which is expected to provide better user experience than it predecessors.

All these new handsets will run on 1.2 GHz blazingly fast processor, and 768MB RAM. Moreover, HTML5 enabled browser of BlackBerry 7 OS will provide additional advantage while surfing the web. With a 5MP camera capable of recording 720p videos, these handsets will not upset camera-freaks either. BlackBerry has always been praised for its connectivity and features like HSPA+ 14.4 Mbps wireless support, Wi-Fi and GPS support ensures that you do remain connected.

BlackBerry Bold 9900 and 9930, both these handsets will feature the world renowned QWERTY keypad from BlackBerry along with 287dpi capacitive touchscreen, while BlackBerry Torch 9850 and 9860 are full touchscreen phones with a brilliant 3.69 inch screen. If you want best of both worlds then BlackBerry Torch 9810 can be the deal for you. Its slider form-factor allows to integrate both touchscreen and QWERTY keypad in one device.

Price and availability

BlackBerry has yet to announce the prices and availability of these devices.

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Mobiles 2 comments


Venu says:

These handsets are excellent.

Ram says:

Blackberry is going down worldwide because of tough competition.

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