T-Mobile Launches BlackBerry Bold 9900, Its First 4G, Ugh HSPA+ BlackBerry Phone

Posted: Aug 17 2011, 4:06am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

T-Mobile launches BlackBerry Bold 9900, its first 4G, ugh HSPA+ BlackBerry Phone

T-Mobile BlackBerry Bold 9900 is available starting today for T-Mobile Business Customers in pre-sale.

T-Mobile USA today announced the upcoming nationwide availability of the first 4G (HSPA+) BlackBerry smartphone: the BlackBerry Bold 9900. Available today in an exclusive pre-sale for T-Mobile business customers and launching nationwide on Aug. 31, the 4G-capable BlackBerry Bold 9900 is the thinnest BlackBerry smartphone ever (at only 10.5mm) and the first to offer the union of a high-performance keyboard and touch display integrated within the iconic BlackBerry Bold design.

Featuring a range of hardware enhancements including a 1.2 GHz processor, Liquid Graphics technology, 24-bit high-resolution graphics and advanced sensors, the new smartphone is designed to deliver the ultimate in communications, multimedia and productivity. Other features of the BlackBerry Bold 9900 include 2.8-inch VGA capacitive touchscreen, 8GB memory, 720p HD video recording, GPS, compass, accelerometer, Wifi 80211n and 1,230mAh removable battery.

RIM unveiled the BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930 in May. Now all major carriers are rolling out these new BlackBerries running the new BlackBerry OS 7.

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