Monday, September 29, 2008: NTT DoCoMo and Research In Motion (RIM) are planning to launch the 3G/HSDPA BlackBerry Bold smartphone for customers in Japan in early 2009. Designed to give business professionals and power users exceptional functionality and performance, the BlackBerry Bold smartphone leverages DoCoMo’s high-speed 3G and HSDPA networks to offer an exceptional mobile experience.
RIM said the new BlackBerry Bold smartphone is crafted from premium materials inside and out. It offers powerful phone, e-mail, messaging, organiser and Web browsing applications, as well as access to a wide range of other mobile business and lifestyle applications. It features a newly designed QWERTY keyboard, built-in GPS and Wi-Fi and a set of multimedia capabilities including an optional 2 megapixel camera with video recording and an advanced media player for music, videos and pictures. It also includes the new BlackBerry Media Sync application, allowing customers to synchronise their iTunes digital music collections with the smartphone.
Congrats Japan! Don’t forget, you can translate MetroBerry.com into other languages, one of which is Japanese.
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