BlackBerry maker, Research in Motion, are set to launch their new BlackBerry Colt ‘superphone’, if a report by N4BB is to be believed. The phone will supposedly run on BlackBerry’s new hybrid OS, BBX.
Is this the new BlackBerry Bolt?
The image above looks like it’s from an early prototype of the phone, and the actual phone might look a tad different when launched. The rumoured specifications of the phone include a dual-core processor, a 4-inch+ display and secondary as well as primary cameras with flash and focus for the rear one. It will be thinner than the earlier Bold phones, the 9900 and the 9930, but will have a similar outer frame and bezel. The phone might not have any physical buttons but will feature an inner bezel capable of swipe functionality. Also, users tired of having to do battery pulls with their devices might be happier getting the Colt, as it might have the same battery as the PlayBook.
That’s just an early prototype and a brief overview of the specs and design of the phone. Do you think RIM can conjure up something worthy enough of recognition this time around? Let us know in the comments section below.
Publish date: October 28, 2011 10:16 am| Modified date: December 18, 2013 8:49 pm
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