New BlackBerry doubles screen resolution
Research In Motion recently introduced its first major new BlackBerry model in more than a year: the Bold, a high-end model that further demonstrates the company's desire to make tools for both work and play. The Bold, or 9000, has twice the screen resolution of the current Curve model, making for a very sharp display. It matches the resolution, but not the size, of the screen on Apple's iPhone, which has emerged as a potent competitor in the "smart phone" category. It also has much more internal memory, a glossy metallic look, and adds corporate-strength Wi-Fi capabilities to third-generation cellular and Bluetooth radios. Waterloo, Ontario-based RIM didn't announce a price for the Bold, nor agreements with specific carriers. It said that the phone would be available from various carriers this summer.
New BlackBerry doubles
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