Blackberry Changes The Face Of Mobile For Business
For a while now, BlackBerry has made traditional looking business phones. However, the company has updated their mobile phones to now offer those having touchscreens. The first BlackBerry device to boast this feature will be the BlackBerry Curve Touch. This newest model will be different than previous models because it will not have a full QWERTY keyboard. This has long been a signature of BlackBerry mobile phones. However, with the new touchscreen this keyboard is not longer needed.
The overall size of the touchscreen found on the Curve will be somewhat smaller than other touchscreen devices. Part of the company’s decision to do this was to make the Curve more affordable to more people. Currently, the touchscreen is expected to measure 3.25 inches with a resolution of 480 by 360.
Every smartphone comes with some sort of operating system. The operating system featured on the BlackBerry Curve Touch is of course the BlackBerry operating system. However, it is the newest version which is OS 7. Even though the Curve touch now features different technology with the inclusion of a touchscreen, it still comes with other features that are part of BlackBerry smartphones. For instance, users of the Curve Touch would still be eligible to access apps found in the BlackBerry App World.
Many features have been included in the design of the BlackBerry Curve Touch. For instance, the camera comes with a 5 megapixel camera and a built in 1 GB flash. The camera is not exclusively for taking still images but can also handle videos as well.
Currently, the BlackBerry Curve Touch has not been released. However, its release is expected to occur later this year or early in 2012. This should create a lot of excitement in the world of mobile phones and provide some competition for other producers of touch screen devices; check out Dialaphone to find out more on this exciting development in tech.