FCC visited by BlackBerry Bold 9900

FCC visited by BlackBerry Bold 9900
The touchscreen equipped BlackBerry Bold 9900 is getting ever so closer to becoming a reality now that it has passed through the FCC.

The BlackBerry Bold 9900 was announced in the beginning of May and will be the first of its kind to feature a touchscreen on the traditional BlackBerry form factor. The touchscreen measures in at 2.8-inches and has a resolution of 480 x 640.

This device will be hitting the T-Mobile network with support for their HSPA+ 4G network. The Bold 9900 is a highly anticipated smartphone and will be one of the first BlackBerry’s to have OS 7 on board. It will also have NFC-capabilities for those who wish to utilize things such as mobile payments once they become widespread.

The anticipated launch date is the middle of August, but until a launch becomes official let’s just leave it as an unannounced date expected to be sometime in the near future. Tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: FCC via CrackBerry


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