Earlier, we have reported about the stunningly unique BlackBerry Bold 9700's unveiling, where it was informed that RIM has remarkably modified the old ordinary interface that existed earlier in its last generation devices.
Furthermore, it was informed that the Australian mobile phone users will be getting the new high-end mobile phone with support for Telstra’s Next G network in an attractive package.
Besides this, it was also brought forward that the SIRIUS XM Radio application will be available free for chosen Blackberry owners, where Bold 9700 was one among the chosen Blackberry Cell Phones.
Last week, on July 30, 2010,RIM launched the Blackberry Bold 9700 in Japan.
PRESS RELEASE:Tokyo, Japan - Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) today debuted the sleek and powerful BlackBerry® Bold™ 9700 smartphone in Japan. The new BlackBerry Bold 9700 delivers an extensive array of high-end communications and multimedia features in a compact and highly refined design that will appeal to users for both professional and personal use.
The new BlackBerry Bold offers top-of-the-line performance, functionality and features in a smaller, lighter and highly optimized design. It features support for 3G networks around the world, a next-generation (624 MHz) processor, built-in GPS and Wi-Fi®, a 3.2MP camera and a dazzling, high resolution display. In addition, the BlackBerry Bold 9700 supports BlackBerry® Messenger, mixi®, Twitter®, Facebook® and a range of popular instant messaging services and social media sites that keep users connected.
Cutting edge engineering and premium finishes extend to the exterior of the handset as well, with a smoothly integrated optical trackpad and a highly tactile, distinctive, fretted keyboard. The dark chrome frame and leatherette back add to the new smartphone's sleek and elegant look, while the narrow profile, balanced weight and soft-touch sides allow it to feel incredibly comfortable in one hand.
The BlackBerry Bold 9700 supports BlackBerry App World™, which enables users to download a broad and growing catalog of free mobile applications developed specifically for BlackBerry smartphones.
The BlackBerry Bold 9700 is now available at NTT docomo shops and authorized retailers.