BlackBerry has unveiled the latest smartphone to join the Bold line-up, the BlackBerry Bold 9790.
Built on the success of the BlackBerry Bold 9780, Bold 9790 comes with RIM’s latest BlackBerry 7 operating system and the advantages offered by a high-resolution touchscreen display.
The BlackBerry Bold 9790 is an extension of RIM’s pint-sized 9700 series. The Bold 9790 sticks with the tried-and-true BlackBerry design, albeit with some revamped buttons that caused a bit of a stir when they were first spotted. Unlike the other BB7-powered Bold, the 9790 sports a smaller 2.44-inch 360×480 display, a 1GHz processor, and 8GB of internal storage.
The upcoming Bold 9790 will reportedly also feature a 5MP camera, 8GB of built-in storage, NFC and GPS capabilities. The Smartphone is going to pack a 1.2GHz processor and have Wi-Fi support.
According to RIM, the Smartphone will be available on November 25th at the Pacific Place Shopping Mall in Jakarta for a suggested retail price of 4,599,000 IDR (US$510 or 375 EUR).
About the software:
BlackBerry Told 9790 comes along with HD video recording capabilities which records video in MP4 video format, however, basis on requirement, you need to import these BlackBerry MP4 video format to mac for editing, sharing and playing, but this BlackBerry MP4 video isn’t compatible with mac which mainly supports MOV video format, Fortunately, there is a program that help you to convert BlackBerry Told 9790 to mac.
Provided with intuitive interface and fast conversion speed, BlackBerry Bold 9790 converter for mac is amazing which can convert BlackBerry HD MP4 video to MOV for editing in iMovie, FCE, FCP and Adobe Premiere Pro mac and play BlackBerry on popular tablet on Mac OS Lion, Mac Snow Leopard, Mac 10.5, Mac 10.5, Tiger etc.
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