BlackBerry OS 7.1 is not dead, not by a long shot. Smartphones running the OS will very much be around, and the 9720 is just one of the many that the company says will be launched in the coming months. At Rs. 15,990, the 9720 does test your love for BlackBerry, and will pretty much carry on with what the previous series of Curve phones did - appeal to the young demographic who want a BlackBerry for BBM, or just for the keyboard. The rest will probably find it too drab and repetitive.
|Launch Date (Global)||:||14-08-2013|
|Operating System||:||BB OS|
|Product Name||:||Blackberry 9720|
|Screen Size (In Inches)||:||2.8|
|Display Technology||:||IPS LCD Capacitive touchscreen|
|Screen Resolution (In Pixels)||:||320 x 480|
|Pixel Density (Ppi)||:||206|
|Scratch Resistant Glass||:||No|
|Rear Camera Megapixel||:||5|
|Maximum Video Resolution (In Pixels)||:||N/A|
|Front Camera Megapixel||:||No|
|Front Facing Camera||:||Yes|
|Battery Capacity (Mah)||:||1450|
|Talk Time (In Hours)||:||7|
|Removal Battery (Yes/no)||:||N/A|
|G (Gravity) Sensor||:||No|
|Finger Print Sensor||:||No|
|Dust Proof And Water Resistant||:||No|
|Cpu Speed||:||806 MHz|
|Dimensions (Lxbxh- In Mm)||:||114 x 66 x 12|
|Weight (In Grams)||:||120|
|Removable Storage (Yes Or No)||:||Yes|
|Removable Storage (Included)||:||N/A|
|Removable Storage (Maximum)||:||32 GB|
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