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BlackBerry Bold 9790 Smartphones

The infamous and iconic brand BlackBerry revealed their BlackBerry Bold 9790 Smartphones back in 2012, and they are still a popular phone today, particularly with brand enthusiasts. The BlackBerry Bold 9790 offers more capabilities than its predecessor the BlackBerry Bold 9900, while still using its powerful operating system, BB7.

The BlackBerry Bold 9790 is a small, compact design, yet still features a 2.45" touchscreen as well as 8GB memory, GPS and a fast 1GHz processor. It is robust and clearly packs in a lot of features for its small, yet perfectly formed size.

In terms of its design, it has a sleek, tapered finish which gives the phone a thin and lightweight touch. The contemporary finish of curves makes it aesthetically pleasing and very tactile in its finish. The design does not differ too much from traditional BlackBerry devices as the face still features a full QWERTY keyboard.

This phone is perfect for business professionals, while also meeting the needs of the younger generation with a generous memory and it is remarkably easy to sync with other software, notably, iTunes. The phone also features a 5MP camera that is perfect for snapping away and storing on the phone's extensive memory. If you've owned the phone for a while, replacement batteries are the perfect solution to extended the life of the phone.

Considerations when buying a BlackBerry Bold 9790 smartphone

When choosing your phone, many come locked onto a network so pick a phone that is either unlocked or that is attached to the network that you like to use. While phones can be unlocked at a cost, it is much easier to choose your preferred network in the first instance before making a purchase.

The BlackBerry Bold 9790 smartphone comes in both stylish black and white hues so that you can choose your preferred colour choice. Remember that you can also add a colourful protective case to give your phone a brighter effect.

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