The Blackberry Bold, the newly released smartphone by RIM, offers a multitude of features and functions. 3G HSDPA technology is incorporated in the Blackberry Bold, a first for for this line of smartphones. The highest ever screen resolution on a Blackberry and improved support for Microsoft Office ensure that business users in particular will be attracted to the phone. Of course, it will appeal to a much wider market too.
This Blackberry model rolls out Blackberry 4.6, the newest version of the Blackberry operating system. This model remains lightweight even though increasing the display area to approximately 480 x 320 has resulted in an increase in the overall size of the unit relative to other recent models. This new generous display area facilitates viewing mobile video and reading long emails. This is also the very first of RIM’s phones to support HSDPA high speed networks, GPS and Wi-Fi.
This Blackberry is very media-centric, allowing you to utilize your music and videos like never before. The 2 megapixel camera found with the Bold allows you to take very high resolution pictures you can then send to your friends or upload to Facebook. The media player even lets you look at all of your movies, TV shows and pictures in an easy to use format.
The Blackberry Bold supplies lush stereo sound through two built-in speakers and supports polyphonic, mp3 and MIDI ring tones. Using high speed USB 2.0 provides for the fast transfer of music from a computer and the new Blackberry Media sync application facilitates synching iTunes music collections with the phone as well.
A stable and premium Mobile Office suite, DataViz software Documents to Go, is utilized by the Blackberry Bold. This is a huge advantage to frequent travelers who communicate with both their office and their clients via phone since it allows you near perfect duplication of viewing documents and presentations as they would appear if you were viewing them on a desktop. You should be aware that in most instances Microsoft documents will be in a view only format and not allow changes to be made.
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