We have some good news for BlackBerry lovers now, as RIM has just announced the BlackBerry Bold 9650 smartphone, hours away from RIM’s WES event which starts tomorrow in Orlando.
As reported from BGR, the CMDA-EVDO based 9650 will be availble in May and packs features such as a 3.2 megapixel camera with flash, optical trackpad, WiFi and GPS support, 512 MB of flash memory, microSDHC card support and HSPA and UTMS network support.
The phone will ship with OS 5.0 and although RIM made no specific mention of carriers for the device, it is likely that both Verizon and Sprint will take the handset on board.
With the HTC Droid Incredible available on April 29th from Verizon, will you still pick that up on launch, or does the BlackBerry 9650 offer more for you?
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