RIM and Sprint have come up with a flip design smartphone ‘BlackBerry Style 9670′, which will only be available at Sprint coming October 31. This smarphone aids you in effortless email and text typing, multitasking, BBM – which lets you connect in an instant anytime. Well the features are beatufil as the phone is lets see all the features -
1. Featured apps – Kobo eReader, Thomson Reuters, Fixmo, Poynt, buzzd and TeleNav GPS.
2 Flip your smartphone shut to protect the screen and keyboard, then use the external screen to check the time, screen your calls and preview messages.
3. Flip it open and enjoy the 360×400 pixel display — the same full screen view that comes with other BlackBerry smartphones. It’s big, bright and easy on the eyes—ideal for video clips and web browsing.
4. 4.5 hours talk time and 14 hours of playback music.
5. 5 MP camera with continuous auto-focus, Image stabilization, Flash, 11 picture-taking modes, VGA (640×480) video recording.
6. Media player suporting – MP3, AAC-LC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, AMR-NB, QCELP EVRC, H.263, MPEG4 Simple Profile 3, H.264, WMV.
7. High resolution internal display: 360×400 pixel and external display: 240×320 pixel .
8. Built-in speakerphone and M4/T4 (open position) rating for hearing aids.
9. 8 GB media card included.
10. Trackpad and full QWERTY.
Height 3.78 in / 96 mm 6.91 in / 175.5 mm
Width 2.36 in / 60 mm 2.36 in / 60 mm
Depth 0.73 in / 18.5 mm 0.73 in / 18.5 mm
Weight 4.62 oz / 131 g 4.62 oz / 131 g
Pre-orders for the device start tomorrow. The price is $99 with a two-year contract after a $100 mail-in rebate.
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