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Wednesday, 29 June 2011 07:26

BlackBerry Bold Touch for Sprint Q3

Written by David Stellmack


Sprint to offer 9930 in global roaming config
Sprint will be releasing the BlackBerry Bold Touch 9930 (or codename Monza) in the third quarter of this year. The 9930 will be released by Sprint as a global roaming model, meaning that it will be the equivalent of what Verizon calls their Worldphone models.

The 9930 will be the first of the Bold models that will feature both the keyboard that RIM is known for, in conjunction with a touch screen on the unit itself. The unit resembles a Bold 9000 with a touchscreen. At least from what we can see, it is currently running some flavor of the version 6 BlackBerry OS.

No word on how much it will cost with a two-year contract, but we suspect that it is going to cost something more than free.

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