The display screen is the standard one, 65k colors with 480 x 360 pixels and 2.44 inches wide. Under, there’s a touch sensitive optical trackpad positioned in the middle of four buttons and also the full QWERTY keyboard. The optical trackpad allows you to easily scroll through menus and select what you need with a simple click while the full QWERTY keyboard lets you quickly compose texts and e-mails, and even edit Word documents. Above the display is the earpiece and a status LED indicator.
At the left side of the phone we have one of the convenience key while at the right side there is the 3.5 mm jack port, volume rocker buttons, camera shutter key and microUSB port.
Switching to the back side of the phone we discover the 3.2 megapixel camera equipped with autofocus, LED flash and image stabilization. Video recording and 2x digital zooming is also available. Under the back cover is a removable Li-Ion 1400 mAhr battery that provides up to 5 hours of talk time.
BlackBerry Bold 9650 comes with 512 Mb internal memory and thanks to BlackBerry OS is featuring a lot of cool applications: BlackBerry Maps, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, NASCAR Sprint Cup Mobile, Sprint TV, BlackBerry Messenger, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter. More apps can be downloaded through BlackBerry App World™.
Phone comes with standard connectivity features: GPRS, 3G, EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v2.1 and microUSB. Gps is available with A-Gps support and can be used through BlackBerry Maps app.
Sophisticated, powerful and feature-rich, the BlackBerry Bold 9650 is a global smartphone for CDMA customers who want to stay connected, productive and entertained.
The BlackBerry Bold 9650 fuses form and function in a striking design and, in addition to providing premium phone and multimedia features, it of course delivers the industry’s leading mobile solution for email, messaging (IM, SMS, MMS) and social networking.
BlackBerry Bold 9650 is expected to hit US stores in May 2010 and will cost somewhere near $450.