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This UMTS-enabled BlackBerry 8707v operates on 2100 MHz UMTS networks and includes quad-band support on 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS networks. Its high-resolution color QVGA LCD screen delivers vivid graphics and provides ample workspace to view email, web pages, applications and other information. The users can also view popular attachment formats including JPEG, BMP, TIFF, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Corel WordPerfect and Adobe PDF. Moreover, The users can simultaneously send and receive email, browse the Internet and use other applications while speaking on the phone. The QWERTY keyboard enables users in rapid and accurate typing. This device is expected to be available from Vodafone Germany soon. Via Slashphone.
After being released overseas first, the Blackberry 8700g is now available in the U.S. With easy to set-up email system, Yahoo, ICQ, AOL, MSN and Google Talk who wouldn’t want this sleek looking phone? Other features include SMS and multimedia messaging. Get this Blackberry 8700g from T-Mobile, for $399—or $299 after a $50 instant rebate and $50 mail-in rebate. For full details visit T-Mobile. Via Gizmodo.
The new Samsung SGH-T719 is designed to include Blackberry connect and an extended keyboard. The cell phone should be available for T-mobile customers at the moment, since any Samsung model name so far with the letter “T” is designed for T-mobile service. The phone includes a 1.3 megapixel camera also. Expected availibility is after summer of this year. Price is still unknown. Info via SlashPhone.
Check out Cingular’s newest phone. It is the best of two worlds. It is a flip phone and a Blackberry. Blackberries are ideal for texting, internet, email, taking pictures, media, word processing and is a high-end type of phone. More information and price to come. Via Gearlog.
Here’s the followup to the Blackberry 8700 series released last year, here is a new 3G-enabled model. Pushing out 312MHz Intel PXA901, 16MB SRAM, 64MB Flash memory, bluetooth 2.0, and 320 x 240 LCD screen. No price has been released yet. Via TechEBlog