Verizon accidentally reveals Bold 9930
Verizon accidentally unveiled the Bold 9930 this morning. The Bold 9930 aims to be the thinnest BlackBerry yet, and will ship with a touch screen display and BlackBerry OS 7.
Verizon made a bit of a boo-boo this morning and accidentally revealed the BlackBerry Bold 9930. It was unveiled in the "Explore Features" video on the product page for the BlackBerry 9650; instead of a movie of the 9650, viewers were treated to a sneak peek of the 9930 instead. That video is now no longer available, but Engadget managed to snag a rip of it.
That, along with, leads us to believe the Bold 9930's release is imminent.
Revealed at BlackBerry World earlier this year, thehas a 1.2GHz processor, a 2.8-inch touch screen, a super-slim profile, a larger keyboard than before, and BlackBerry 7 OS. Even though BlackBerry 7 doesn't look dramatically different from 6, the device might be sleek enough for loyal BlackBerry users to stick with RIM. What are your thoughts about the new hardware?