Interiors And Exteriors of BlackBerry Bold SmartPhone
The BlackBerry Bold will be the first from this company to support tri-band HSDPA high-speed 3G networks around the world. It will also come with integrated GPS and Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g), as well as a multimedia capabilities.
On the Inside: The Bold will run an updated version of the BlackBerry operating system (4.6) on a 624 MHz processor. It will have 128 MB Flash memory plus 1 GB on-board storage memory, as well as a microSD/SDHC memory card slot.
In addition to the standard functions people expect from a RIM smartphone, the new BlackBerry software suite will include an improved Web browser. This will allow users to look at websites in "Page View" or "Column View" modes, or to zoom in on specific parts of a web page, while they will be able to choose between the full desktop-style layout or a mobile version. It will also allow users to download files from within the browser, and there will be support for watching streaming videos.
This will be a business-oriented device, but it will still include an enhanced media player that will be able to display pictures and slideshows, play movies in full screen mode, and manage the user's music collection. It will even have dual stereo speakers, and the new BlackBerry Media Sync application will provide a way to synchronize iTunes digital music collections with this smartphone.
On the Exterior: The design isn't going to be a radical departure from RIM's current lineup. Like many earlier models, it will supposedly have a tablet shape with a QWERTY keyboard. However, it will have a curvier shape, with corners that are significantly rounder than any previous BlackBerry. There will be one significant change on the exterior, though: this will be the first model from RIM with a half-VGA (480 by 320 pixel) display.
It will have a 2 megapixel camera with video recording capability, built-in flash, and 5x digital zoom.
The BlackBerry Bold will be 4.5 inches tall, 2.6 inches wide, and 0.55 inches thick, and will weigh 4.7 oz.
It will have a 1500 mAh battery, which RIM says will be good for 5 hours of talk time or 13 days of stand-by time.
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