Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Launched two new touchscreen BlackBerry, Bold 9790 and Curve 9380

The two new "smartphones" are based on the new operating system the company, BlackBerry 7, and both have a touchscreen. RIM's vice president for product management, Carlo Chiarello, said through a statement that the company plans "Many customers will be delighted with the greatest speed, beautiful touch screen and compact design of these new BlackBerry models 7." The Bold 9790 has the classic BlackBerry physical keyboard , a 1 GHz processor, 8 GB internal memory and the memory expansion bay lets you add up to 32 GB extra storage. For its part, the Curve 9380 Curve is the first completely touch screen with a high resolution 3.2 inch, 5 megapixel camera with flash and "apps" factory-installed social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and BMM (BlackBerry Messenger).

RIM, which has about 70 million subscribers around the world, suffered blackouts last month for its services in several regions, including Europe and parts of South America. The technical problems experienced by the data center in Europe has added to the marked loss of market that the company has suffered in the last year in the segment of "smartphones" because iPhone competition Apple and Google Android. RIM has also disappointed the markets with your tablet, Playbook, who has not met sales expectations for the company. RIM has said that their problems are temporary and will recover some lost ground with the launch in 2012 its future new BlackBerry OS, BBX. But the launch of these devices could be delayed, adding to doubts about the future of the company.


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