More BlackBerry Bold 9800 Images Surface with OS 6.0 and Webkit
Now that the BlackBerry Bold 9650 has had its turn in the conventional RIM mainstream, our attentions have turned towards the buzzword that is slider.
GuruMatt (sounds kinda cool) and the crew at The Cellular Guru have given us a sweet find. The BlackBerry Bold 9800 (codename Talladega) has made its way to the headlines this morning and it's sporting the up and coming BlackBerry OS 6.0.
On another note, the "Bold" umbrella and its moniker is undoubtedly the way that RIM is heading and this meld of touch device and a physical keyboard could steer likely smartphone users towards the BlackBerry way of life.
Keep us in the loop with what you think about how RIM has spun the novel concepts of slider applications. What do you want to see in a slider?
Check out these images of the new BlackBerry Bold 9800 including one shot of the slider running the long awaited webkit. Great looking pic of the 9800 showing off the multiple tabs screen.
Last edited by MePascal; 05-21-2010 at 09:02 AM.
is this really going to be att only?
this thing is looking better and better as days go by... I would rather a cdma variant however.
How many countries use CDMA? I would rather a landscape version of the slider
CDMA coverage in N/A 3G is much better than 3G GSM coverage.
it would be nice for this to be a cdma world device.
not to mention being able to keep unlimited data for $15 on CDMA with telus.
Is a 9800 device equipped with a touch screen?
I hope it is.
Originally Posted by yhamaie
i've been floating along with my 8330 waiting for this phone, holding onto my deals and offers just waiting. I have to be honest i have liked this phone from the first images. I asked the question of touch screen on another site, and was mocked for asking, but are we 100% sure it will have it? its an easy assumption i know but still a question to ask. Come on RIM and Telus don't leave us waiting too long!
*continues to pace around waiting*
Qwerty keyboard, touchscreen , A gps, 5mp camera, going to Rogers and ATT first, OS 6.0, and add normal specs plus open gl support and noticeable jump on internal memory.....
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