RIM smartphones announced two “Blackberry Bold 9900” and “9930“. The two devices use the current BlackBerry 7 OS (mobile operating system), which brings some new features. RIM plans to launch the summer of 2011.
The new operating system is designed for Internet, communication and multimedia, the HTML5 support. Furthermore, the program “Docs To Go” and “BlackBerry Balance”. With the former application open and edit your Office documents from Word, Excel & Co. Blackberry separated Balance including contacts, e-mail, Facebook and Twitter messages in “private “and “professional”, so you can keep better track of. Moreover, the function ensures that not go as important data lost.
A 1.2-gigahertz processor and 768 megabytes of memory form the basis. Your data end up on the eight gigabytes of internal memory. Which is expandable thanks to microSD Reader with a maximum of a 32-gigabyte card. The 2.8-inch display with touch screen technology is 640×480 pixels dar. Optionally, type your e-mail messages with the QWERTY keyboard. N WLAN, NFC (Near Field Communication), Bluetooth 2.1 and GPS are other features. The built-in camera (five megapixels) records 720p HD video to standard. The only difference between the 9900 and Bold 9930: the next 9930 offers HSPA + and GSM and CDMA support (WCDMA network standards, including in the U.S.).