Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Release Of Pearl 3G And Bold 9560 From Blackberry

Blackberry Bold 9650, Blackberry Pearl 3G: New Models Coming

The second-most popular smartphone maker, Blackberry, has announced the Pearl 3G and Bold 9650 will both be hitting the market soon. Wi-Fi and other improvements could be integrated within the Pearl 3G and Bold 9650. The Bold 9650 will cost $ 299.99 before rebates, so apply for no fax payday loans no credit check now if you’ll want the newest RIM creation.

Bold 9650 from Blackberry

The Blackberry Tour provides the technical basis for the Blackberry Bold 9650, set for release on May 23 for Sprint. Very comparable to the Tour, the Bold 9650 has a comparable look and feel. The trackball, which is very prone to getting stuck, has been swapped out with an optical touchpad. The Bold 9650 will also include an N-network compatible Wi-Fi connection. Just like the year-old Blackberry Tour, Bold 9650 could have GPS, Bluetooth, a camera, 2 1/2 inch screen, and multi-national network support. For jetsetting payday advance lenders and businesspeople the Blackberry Bold will very easily cross national boundaries.

RIM Blackberry Pearl 3G

The Blackberry Pearl 3G is set to continue the success of the Blackberry Pearl, the first mass-market Blackberry available. 3G HSPA networks and 802.11N Wi-Fi connections are both available on the Pearl 3G – the first U.S. phone with N-network Wi-Fi. The Pearl 3G will contain full smartphone features, including Bluetooth, RIM Blackberry OS, and a faster processor. The Pearl 3G can be available in two models – 9100 and 9105 – one with a 20-button keypad and one with a 14-button keypad. In an try to make it easier for new users to transition to a smartphone, the 14-key pad is intended to appeal to teens.

Pearl 3G release will be delayed

The Blackberry Pearl 3G has been leaked, but the phone itself will not be released for a when. The Wi-Fi alliance has to approve the Pearl 3G before it could be sold with the Wi-Fi functionality, so the Pearl 3G has some technical approvals to be finished first. AT and T and T-Mobile are set to debut the Pearl 3G, though neither carrier has provided a release date or price for the Pearl 3G.

Android, Blackberry, or iPhone

There has been a years-long battle between Research in Motion and Apple – makers of the Blackberry or iPhone. Though Blackberries are available for years, the iPhone brought app development and more to the forefront of the general public. With so many different entries in the smartphone market, including the soon-to-be-released Pearl 3G and Bold 9650, one has to wonder what will happen. Is there a phone that you think will be one of the most popular?



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