Research in Motion (RIM) has launched new BlackBerry Bold 9900 smartphone with BlackBerry 7 OS in India. With enhanced features and capabilities, the smartphone major is eying at enterprise customers for this new device.
The company said today that they have introduced this product after extensive research. The BlackBerry Bold 9900 has powerful and faster browser and it features new Liquid Graphic technology and supports HD video recording. RIM has also incorporated BBM6 service that makes applications more social and facilitates social feed 2.0.
The smartphone biggie has also come up with Wikitude that allows camera to collaborate with real and virtual world. However, this application, as per the company, will go live by the end of August only. RIM has also integrated Cisco Webex for enterprise customers to collaborate and communicate seamlessly.
“We are thrilled to bring this outstanding smartphone to the Indian market and believe that customers will be extremely impressed with new features and BlackBerry Bold 9900’s exceptional performance and BlackBerry 7 OS,” said Frenny Bawa, MD, RIM India.
With new BlackBerry 7 OS, the company claims to offer significantly faster and more fluid web browser experience which is claimed to be the best in the industry. It includes several pre-loaded applications and has integrated functionality.
Priced at Rs. 32,490, this new device has a premium version of documents. In addition, it is apparently the industry’s thinnest smartphone. The new BlackBerry Bold 9900 is also the first BlackBerry smartphone to include built-in support for Near Field Communications (NFC).