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T-Mobile Germany and RIM Unveil BlackBerry Bold Smartphone

August 7, 2008

T-Mobile Germany and Research In Motion have unveiled the BlackBerry Bold smartphone, which supports 3G network.

According to Research In Motion (RIM), its BlackBerry Bold smartphone comes with integrated GPS and Wi-Fi features, and support tri-band HSDPA high-speed networks. Users can surf the internet and download e-mail attachments over the T-Mobile UMTS web’n'walk network.

The BlackBerry Bold smartphone also features a two megapixel camera with video recording capability, built-in flash and digital zoom. For managing music and video, the BlackBerry Desktop Manager software includes Roxio Media Manager for BlackBerry as well as Roxio Photosuite 9 LE, to enhance pictures and create photo albums on a computer.

Frank Wermeyer, director of business marketing at T-Mobile Germany, said: “The BlackBerry Bold is the most advanced and performance-driven BlackBerry smartphone in our portfolio. We are also delighted to say that because of the long time partnership with RIM, the handset is very well optimized for T-Mobile Germany’s network and services.”




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