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Research In Motion (RIM) today announced two new products ahead of the BlackBerry Wireless Enterprise Symposium (WES) 2010 in Or
lando, Florida, USA, which will take place April 27 to 29, 2010. Each BlackBerry Bold 9650 and BlackBerry Pearl 3G.

Bold Bold 9650 is the first model that works in CDMA because the previous few Bold model is only available for GSM networks and the router that works on BlackBerry Tour GSM and CDMA networks. Compared Tours, 9650 Bold offers faster data access with support of 3G (EVDO) or HSPA / UMTS in addition to WiFi 802.11b / g. The internal memory is upgraded to 512 MB and use the trackpad as a replacement optical trackball.

While BlackBerry Peral 3G is the world's first product that supports high-speed 802.11n WiFi access in addition to 802.11b / g. Improve the access speed is also done at Pearl 3G which is a continuation of the BlackBerry product line design with the most slender bars and size among other product lines. There are two types of 3G Pearl, 9100 each of which uses semi-QWERTY keyboard with 20 keys and 14 keys 9105 using a conventional mobile phone standard.

Both are still using the BlackBerry OS 5 which is the newest platform available today. Each will be available from May in the U.S. market as well as in other countries.

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New Blackberry New Blackberry Reviewed by Izuka on Wednesday, April 28, 2010 Rating: 5

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