Spec Sheet for BlackBerry Bold Touch Dakota leaked
Besides using a touchscreen, an optical keypad will be available to navigate the screen and a 5MP camera on the back, equipped with flash, will capture video in 720p. The BlackBerry Bold Touch Dakota will have a 1230mAh battery although talk and standby times were not yet determined. The device is expected to have 8GB in internal storage with 768MB of RAM on board.
Earlier today, we showed you a picture of the BlackBerry Torch 2 with it's upgraded VGA screen and 1.2GHz processor. It would seem that the BlackBerry Bold Touch Dakota will have similar specs in a more traditional BlackBerry form factor.
1. snowgator posted on 08 Apr 2011, 17:37 1
Just good to see Blackberry join the party finally, and give it's loyal following a shot in the arm.
2. mickel (unregistered) posted on 08 Apr 2011, 18:34 0
what about the 768GB RAM?????? hahahahaha! (GIGABYTES REALLY)!!! hehe pay attention guys!
3. luis_lopez_351 posted on 08 Apr 2011, 18:39 3
Ahyeah! finally catching up on its entertaining features P.S. BlackBerry and Web Os will always be ahead of IOS and Android when it comes to business :)
4. Das70 posted on 08 Apr 2011, 20:01 1
1230 battery. The specs list shows the 1230mAh battery but if you go down to the to the planned Regulatory Compliance box, you the Battery says 1725mAh.
9. CRICKETownz posted on 09 Apr 2011, 16:17 2
Hold the phone...2.8 in. display? That has got to be a typo...
13. vishu9 posted on 10 Apr 2011, 03:03 0
really!!...2.8??? is BB imagining too much to think that display size will attract any media enthusiast??...only BB fan-boys will be the takers for this one as well just like the original torch!
14. Droid_X_Doug posted on 10 Apr 2011, 14:02 0
Not a typo. BB/RIM will be including a magnifying lens to be able to better see the screen....
But if you think about it, BB/RIM have been trying to target the 'younger' (aka less sight challenged) generation. A 2.8" screen is a handy way to de-select the 'older' users.
11. Jeromeo posted on 09 Apr 2011, 22:33 1
Wow, single core and VGA screen for a FUTURE device?!
No doubt they'll put all that in a housing circa 2006.
Way to step it up, RIMM...