O2, Three and Vodafone to sell BlackBerry 9900
May 5th, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

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While Three and Vodafone confirmed that they are going to sell the BlackBerry Bold 9900, O2 just reported to CNET UK that it has every plan to offer the handset too. None of them has however announced the exact date.

RIM revealed the 9900 handset at its business-focused conference, the BlackBerry World at Florida, yesterday.

With 10.5mm thickness, the handset with a QWERTY keypad is going to be the thinnest BlackBerry powered by a 1.2GHz processor. It has a 2.8 inch capacitive touch screen with resolution of 287 dpi, a 5MP camera and a 720p video camera.

Orange and T-Mobile have not meanwhile announced any plans to sell the handset but if one of them goes for it, the other cannot be far behind as they are now together under the banner “Everything Everywhere”.

As the first handset powered by BlackBerry 7 OS, it will get new features like faster browsing experience, voice search, and modern Liquid graphics interface. HTML5, 720p HD recording are a plus.

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