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Keep in Touch with the New Blackberry Bold 9900

If you are in the market for a mobile phone that allows you to do all you can do on a smartphone but still have a keyboard at your fingertips, then the Blackberry Bold 9900 is the mobile for you. This model is a classic Blackberry but with lots of new and exciting features to keep you busy.

Blackberry meets Touchscreen

The Blackberry Bold 9900 is all business from the moment you take it in your hand. It boasts a full keyboard that is an improvement on older Blackberry keyboards. The buttons are very fluid to push and they do not feel as bulky as some previous versions. This means that typing your texts, memos and emails is much more of a pleasure than on a regular smartphone. There is also a light behind the trackpad which glows which is a nice touch.

The Bold 9900 has a 1.2 GHz processor under the hood for extra speed. It is also the slimmest Blackberry to date and it slips comfortably into your pocket. There is a rubber grip surrounding the phone for added protection in case you drop it. For those of you interested in a bit of photography, the 5 megapixel 720p camera takes pretty decent photos.

The cherry on top, however, is the touchscreen. The screen has a 24 bit high-resolution display for crystal clear images. There is a great response time for touching and scrolling as well as the ability to pinch, swipe and on the beautiful 2.8 inch screen. This feature will make Blackberry a major player once again in the ultra competitive mobile device market.

Faster and More Powerful Experience

All of these features combine nicely in the Blackberry Bold 9900 and the result is a speedy and extremely powerful handset. Although there are not as many apps available in Blackberry's Appworld as you can find on Apple's App Store or on Google Play, there is a steadily growing selection of apps to choose from. All in all, if you are looking for a superior typing experience on a smartphone then this phone has lots to offer.

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