BlackBerry Bold 9790 sits for more photos, looks ready to launch
The follow-up to the BlackBerry Bold 9780, this new model offers a 1.2GHz single-core processor and if the specs line-up with the other new models, we should see 768MB of RAM on board. There will be a 5MP camera on back and 8GB of native storage than go as high as 40GB using the micro SD slot. The rest of the specs will probably be released once the Canadian based manufacturer decides that the time is right to announce the phone.
There is some time constraints involved here for RIM. One is that the holiday season is rapidly coming upon us and RIM is going to want to see this model being given as a gift this Xmas. Additionally, it won't be too long before those BBX powered SuperPhones start leaking and once they do, sales of older BlackBerry models might just come to a standstill.
2. belovedson posted on 01 Nov 2011, 23:39 3 2
im not sure what the hate is about. if i needed a business phone i would rock a blackberry
3. Mr.Mr.Upgrade posted on 02 Nov 2011, 01:22 5 0
It was like yesterday, when blackberry counted for something now its a joke
4. lubba posted on 02 Nov 2011, 03:42 2 1
Same ol lame ol design. Nothing inspiring. Someone say business phone? Every high end smart phone can do that nowadays.
6. davecann2 posted on 02 Nov 2011, 07:51 0 0
I agree! This looks just like all their prehistoric phones. I think I had this very phone 5 years ago. RIM is not making any sense.... It’s time to rebrand the company and focus on innovation rather than selling the same crap.
Just like everyone else, I loved what Rim brought to the table years ago. Great design, secure, functional, and customizable. But now it’s just behind times!
5. alx33 posted on 02 Nov 2011, 06:55 1 0
I don't understand why RIM would practically release the same phone as the bold 9900 and just make it thinner and with less quality materials. I don't see this device selling very well while its sitting next to its big brother (bold 9900). Honestly if you just want a cheaper and thinner blackberry, they already released that alternative... the blackberry curve
7. GALAXY-S posted on 02 Nov 2011, 15:03 0 0
I believe my Blackberry Curve 8900 i had like 3 years ago looks better than this !!!