BlackBerry boosts new Bold 'outside and in'
19 November 2009 — 2:00 PM
Consumers selling old mobile devices like the BlackBerry Curve 8300 may be tempted by the details of a new review.
According to a recent piece posted on the T3 website, Research In Motion has made a number of changes with one of its latest handsets that are more than just aesthetic.
It was advised that at first glance, the BlackBerry Bold 9700 is a more compact model that has a smaller keyboard, but this has been remodelled in such a way that the user experience is largely unaffected.
However, it went on to say that the manufacturer has also upgraded facilities like the processor, which has been boosted to 624MHz.
"Where other BlackBerrys have struggled with more high-end media tasks, such as displaying the thumbnail images of your recent snaps, this new Bold sprints through the task with ease," it added.
Research In Motion also recently upgraded its touchscreen BlackBerry with the launch of the Storm2.
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