The Blackberry Bold 9900 smartphone claims to be the thinnest BlackBerry smartphone when it was launched a few months ago. And it looks like Research in Motion has announced the launch of the white version of the Bold 9900 which would be available in stores this weekend.
Research In Motion (RIM) has announced the Pure White BlackBerry Bold 9900 smartphone in Singapore. It claims to be the slimmest BlackBerry smartphone yet at only 10.5mm, and the first to offer QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen display. It is also the first BlackBerry smartphone to include built-in support for Near Field Communications (NFC) that can pair with NFC-enabled accessories or read SmartPoster tags with a simple tap of the phone.
It runs the latest BlackBerry 7 operating system with next generation BlackBerry browser that provides significantly faster, more fluid web browsing experience. Other enhancements to the browser include optimized zooming and panning for smoother web navigation and optimized HTML5 performance for incredible gaming and video experiences. The Pure White BlackBerry Bold 9900 smartphone is expected to be available from all RIM’s authorized partners on 17 December 2011. For pricing details, please check with respective operators.
Twitter for BlackBerry updates now available on BlackBerry App World
Twitter for BlackBerry update v2.1 is now available on BlackBerry App World.
Twitter for BlackBerry smartphones v2.1updates include:
- Multi-Account Support – Have up to five accounts on your Twitter for BlackBerry smartphones app. Switch between accounts and cross-post Tweets and Retweets from one account to another without switching the current account view.
- Enhanced “Share with BBM™” functionality – Easily share Tweets with BBM Contacts and Groups.
- View multiple Twitter accounts in a single timeline – View a stream of Tweets from up to five Twitter accounts in the Social Feeds timeline, or opt to filter individual Twitter accounts.
- Post a Tweet to multiple Twitter Accounts – Publish a Tweet to one or more Twitter accounts simultaneously using Social Feeds.