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BlackBerry Bold gets more official with its own website

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Official BlackBerry Bold 9000 AT&T website

AT&T has recently added the BlackBerry Bold in all its glory to their website. While tons of AT&T (and other carrier) customers have been focusing on nothing more than the iPhone 3G lately, both RIM and AT&T have also been getting ready to launch the BlackBerry Bold 9000.

The Bold will feature a 480 x 320 resolution display, have GPRS / EDGE / UMTS / HSDPA support, built-in Wi-Fi, built-in GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, 128MB of flash memory and will be powered by a 624MHz processor.

The Bold will also include 1GB of internal storage as well as a memory card slot that is accessible from the side, as opposed to hidden under the battery like other BlackBerry models.

The more I see the Bold featured, the more I consider moving back to the BlackBerry platform. While a specific launch date has not been released yet, one can only hope it lands close to the iPhone 3G, I for one would like to see some real competition.

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  • sandrapaul

    In April Vringo (the company I work for) announced a new Facebook application that lets you easily see your friends’ pictures every time they call, creating a unique type of “visual caller ID.” The application is free to download from Facebook and will be available worldwide for all BB.
    Today we released version 1.0 of Vringo for Facebook. This new version works on Blackberry using the native contact fields!After installing the facebook app you should go to: http://get.vringo.com on your blackberry browser to complete the set up process.