RIM’s Rim 9900 may be the device the Rim diehards happen to be wishing, wanting, and awaiting because the original Bold released way in 2008. However, this time around around the organization has put in a capacitive touch screen, swapped the trackball of yesteryear for an optical track pad, and slimmed the entire factor lower right into a 10.5mm thick package. I was sufficiently fortunate to get a prototype device from your buddies at Negri Electronics, and also have manhandled the one thing till i was blue hard. Mind on beyond the break to have an exclusive preview from the device RIM is praying will stalwart its rivals before first round of QNX-outfitted products
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The Bold 9900 bears an uplifting resemblance towards the original “large Bold” 9000, and fans of this device’s large but sturdy form factor will love the 9900. Gone may be the faux-leather back cover, that has been changed having a clever carbon fibre-esque flat battery door. Oddly enough, whereas the whole back from the device might be removed and swapped about the 9000, only negligence the housing that covers battery itself comes off about the 9900. The carbon fibre midsection is encircled by soft touch black rubber finishes that taper the outer fringe of the unit slightly, producing a great overall form factor.
This Berry’s front face is split from a 640 x 480-pixel capacitive touch screen up top and a complete-sized Texting keyboard lower below. The display size continues to be knocked to two.8-inches in the 2.6-incher about the 9000. The display is vibrant and vibrant, and boasts superb viewing angles and clearness. Just like the Torch 2, touch sensitivity also appears to become quite good, using the screen signing up even slight touches on its nearly edge-to-edge surface. Overall, we are quite impressed using the screen about the 9900, once we were using the Torch 2’s.
Black berry Bold Touch 9900 Video Review:
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