RIM To Launch BlackBerry Style CDMA Smartphone In India

By January 18th, 2011 AT 7:24 PM

BlackBerry Smartphone maker, Research In Motion is all set to launch its new CDMA smartphone BlackBerry Style 9670 in Indian market through Reliance Communications (RCOM) and Tata Indicom (TTSL).

BlackBerry Style is dual-screen phone with both a full- QWERTY keyboard and a flip form factor. This smartphone already launched in US and Canada market few days back. It comes with dual high-resolution displays,and the new BlackBerry 6 operating system.

The BlackBerry Style equipped with 5 megapixel camera with flash and autofocus, HVGA display, 624 MHz processor, 512 MB of RAM, Wi-Fi, GPS, and CDMA 3G via EV-DO 1X, built-in GPS for location-based apps and geo-tagging and expandable memory slot for up to 32 GB.

The attractive new CDMA/EVDO smartphone includes optical track pad for fluid navigation and boasts two large displays, an external screen for quickly viewing notifications and messages, and a high-resolution internal display that makes Web browsing or watching videos a pleasure.

According to our exclusive sources the BlackBerry Style smartphone will be launched in Indian market with in 2 weeks and will also be available in two fashionable colors – Steel Grey and Royal Purple.The pricing will be announced at the time of the launch.

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