Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 12 Month Contracts
If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a smart phone that properly integrated the magic of touch-screens with the usability of physical keypads, then you should consider buying a Blackberry Bold Touch 9900. Set to release in September of 2011 in the U.K., the 9900 is one of the most powerful Blackberries ever created. This page is regularly updated with Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 12 month contracts so make sure you keep checking back.
Blackberries have always been more focused on usability and security than a high-quality video screen. Nevertheless, the 9900 features a 2.8 inch touchscreen with a respectable 640×480 resolution. Video playback is crisp, clear, and visible in direct sunlight.
RIM has also included a 5 megapixel camera into the 9900. Thanks to both image stabilization and the front-mounted LED flash, your pictures will look fantastic. In addition, the phone can easily record 720p video.
Another hotly anticipated feature is the new Blackberry 7 operating system. The OS is expected to take full advantage of the phone’s enhanced power with applications like voice-activated search and a vastly upgraded web browser. In fact, the Blackberry 7 OS is expected to be so powerful that older handsets will not even be able to support it.
Let’s face it: compared to other smartphones, Blackberries look – and feel – like bricks. Thankfully, the new Blackberry Bold wants to change that image: RIM has managed to cram all the functionality of the 9900 into its slimmest mobile phone ever. As with all new smart phones, the initial cost will be expensive, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a Blackberry Bold 9900 12 month contract on O2, Vodafone or other providers.
If we had to pick a problem with the Blackberry Bold 9900, it would be the small size of the touchscreen. After using large displays on products from Apple and HTC, the 2.8 inch screen can feel a bit lacking. Although we didn’t make many mistakes while navigating through the menus, we had to consciously try to hit the right buttons.
The 9900 also includes several smaller features like an accelerometer, a compass, and an enhanced QWERTY keyboard. With all of these parts bundled together, the newest member of the Blackberry Bold family feels like a natural move in the right direction. What remains to be seen is how well the phone will utilize its extraordinary power capabilities.
Keep in mind that if you’re buying a Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 12 month plan that the monthly cost – and initial cost of the phone – may be higher.