Sunday, November 6, 2011
BlackBerry 9790 will be Launched in Indonesia
Indonesia reportedly will become the first country that will release his latest series of the BlackBerry Bold, which is 9790. The high market in the country making Research in Motion (RIM) to bring the newest smart phones. Let you know this is not yet confirmed directly by RIM, but a video that circulated showed that Indonesia would become the first potential presence of a BlackBerry with the code name of the Bellagio.
Why is Indonesia? Because as is known, when other countries experienced a decline in sales, developing countries like Indonesia, have increased in terms of sales of the BlackBerry. In fact, Indonesia controlled 46 percent of RIM's overall sales. With 56 percent of RIM's revenues come from emerging markets, of course, Canadian companies need to pay attention and figure out how best to get the maximum benefit for these areas, by offering accessibility.
Bold 9790 will reportedly be a bit similar to the Dakota 9900, which carries the 2.45-inch touchscreen display with 640 x 480 pixel resolution, including additional qwerty keyboard.
Another feature that may be added is, behind the camera with a resolution of 5 megapixels. Likewise, the addition of internal memory which reached 8 Gb. In support of his power, Bold 9790 will be embedded with Snapdragon processor 1.2GHz. The operating system is paired, of course OS 7 which supports the Field Niedl communcation (NFC). Meanwhile, on release, there is news that says that 9790 will be released in November.
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