BlackBerry Bold 9900, Torch 9810 now in white

Two high-end BlackBerry smartphones are now available in white from Vodacom

By - February 22, 2012
BlackBerry Bold 9900 White

The BlackBerry Bold 9900 and BlackBerry Torch 9810 smartphones are now available in white from Vodacom outlets nationwide.

The Bold 9900 measures 10.5mm thick, making it the thinnest BlackBerry smartphone currently available.

It features a qwerty keyboard, touch screen interface, and Near Field Communication (NFC) chip used for mobile payment systems.

The device also features a brushed stainless steel frame, and runs the BlackBerry 7 operating system, complete with optimised HTML 5 performance.

The BlackBerry Torch 9810, meanwhile, is a reworked version of the original Torch 9800, featuring improved performance.

It has a 3.2 inch touch screen display, with a slide-out keyboard – for typing and office tasks – as well as a 1.2HGz single core processor.

The device runs BlackBerry OS 7, and features a tweaked version of the WebKit browser which provides improved web browsing performance.

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