RIM launches BlackBerry Style CDMA smartphone

BlackBerry Style
Mumbai, Apr 26: Aiming the high-end CDMA smartphone users, the BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM), announced the launch of new QWERTY CDMA smartphone, BlackBerry Style in India.

The new BlackBerry Style has a stylish design with its unique flip-out model. It has dual display screen, an external QVGA display screen to view notifications and messages and an internal display with 360 x 400 pixels resolution. It also boasts a QWERTY keypad and touch-sensitive optical trackpad.

BlackBerry Style offers a 5 megapixel camera at rear with LED flash. This camera has a capacity to capture photos with 2592?1944 pixels resolution. The camera features include autofocus, Geo-tagging, image stabilisation etc.

This new CDMA smartphone runs on BlackBerry OS 6.0. This mobile has an internal memory of 512 MB which can be extended upto 16 GB. Moreover, RIM provides an 8 GB memory card along with the handset.

Other features on the phone include Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, Email Push Service etc. This phone will be styling in two colors at launch: Steel Gray and the pretty sweet looking Royal Purple.

BlackBerry Style 9670 Specifications & Features:

* TFT, 65K colors 360 x 400 pixels display screen
* BlackBerry OS 6.0
* QWERTY keyboard
* External QVGA display
* Touch-sensitive optical trackpad
* 5 MP camera with LED Flash
* Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
* Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP
* MicroUSB 2.0
* 512 MB internal memory
* 16 GB support
* GPS with A-GPS support
* Li-Ion 1150 mAh battery

"The CDMA segment represents a significant portion of the overall mobile subscriber base in India and we are pleased to further our commitment to Indian consumers with the introduction of this powerful and stylish BlackBerry smartphone," RIM India Managing Director Frenny Bawa said.

RIM said that BlackBerry Style will offer talktime up to 4.5 hours and a standby time up to 10.5 days. RIM India has not yet announced the price of this CDMA smartphone, but it is expected to be around Rs 23,400.

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