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Blackberry Bold 9780 to sell in India @ 26,900

Bangalore: The new Blackberry Bold 9780, running on the newest version of Blackberry mobile OS 6, is all set to hit the Indian markets soon. Although the most sources report the price of the Bold 9780 to be 26,900, the exact price and release date is not yet confirmed officially.

The new OS provides major multimedia boosts to the Blackberry Bold 9780. Let us have a look at the specifications of the phone.The smartphone has a display screen size of 2.44 inch and packs in a 5MP camera with autofocus and LED flash features. The Bold 9780 is powered by a 624MHz processor and a RAM of 512MB. The phone ships with 256MB of internal memory, which can be expanded to 32GB with the help of microSD cards.

The Bold 9780 supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, internet browsing and emailing. The battery gives a talk time of six hours in both 2G and 3G networks. The standby time in 2G is 528 hours while it is 408 hours in 3G.

The phone has a full QWERTY keyboard and incorporates an optical mouse for navigation.


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