BlackBerry Bold 9930 shows its Verizon colors in leaked photo

BlackBerry Bold 9930 shows its Verizon colors in leaked photo
A photo of the upcoming BlackBerry Bold 9930 smartphone has leaked for all of our enjoyment and in the photo the device is showing off its Verizon Wireless colors on the startup screen.

While the BlackBerry Bold 9930 does not have an official release date for the nation’s largest carrier yet, it is believed that it will launch sometime in Q3 of this year.

This will be one of the first handsets from RIM to run on the BlackBerry OS 7 operating system. It will also be one of the first to include a capacitive touchscreen, measuring in at 2.8-inches, on the traditional BlackBerry form factor.

Running the show behind the scenes is a 1.2 GHz processor as well as 768 MB of RAM. Around back of the handset is a 5 megapixel camera with 720p video recording capabilities. The next BlackBerry flagship also has a built-in NFC sensor. Check out the video and tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: N4BB via Electronista   

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Bold 9930
  • Display 2.8" 640 x 480 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP
  • Storage 8 GB + microSDHC
  • Battery 1230 mAh(5.90h 3G talk time)



1. nothank-YOU unregistered

Uhh No thanks I'll pass

2. 4Delta unregistered

can i ask what the difference is between the bold 9900 and 9930?? if someone gives you the option with the 9900 in the one hand, and 9930 in the other, which one is gonna be the one to take??

3. whoha unregistered

one phone works with verizon and cdma networks, the other works with at&t and other gsm networks.

4. the difference of 9900/9930... unregistered

The bold 9900 is a gsm phone for at&t and t-mobile, the bold 9930 is a cdma phone for verizon and sprint.

5. Gcombs unregistered

Its a nice piece of hardware but I will pass also. RIM should pay the licensing fee and run with Android OS and like HTC uses its Sense UI on top RIM can use its own UI to incorporate all of their Blackberry features.

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