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Category: BlackBerry , Bold 9790 , Mobile Phone Tags: Factory Data Reset , Reinstall BlackBerry Device Software , Reload BlackBerry Bold 9790 Operating System , Reset BlackBerry Bold 9790 , Reset Guide

BlackBerry Bold 9790 is equipped with 2.45” TFT capacitive touchscreen with 480 x 360 pixels resolution, QWERTY keyboard, and Optical trackpad. It runs on BlackBerry OS 7 with the support of Marvel Tavor MG1 1 GHz processor and 768MB of RAM. 8 GB internal storage is available along with the microSD card support up to 32GB. For the connectivity, it includes Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n UMA support; Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, EDR; and microUSB v2.0.

A 5 MP camera is attached on the phone along with some features such as 2X digital zoom, LED Flash, Continuous auto focus, Face detection, Image stabilization, Scene modes, Geo-tagging and VGA video recording (640×480). Other features included in this phone are: Near Field Communication (NFC) support; GPS with A-GPS support; SNS applications; Document viewer;  MP3/WMA/WAV/eAAC+/FLAC player; MP4/H.264/H.263/WMV player; Organizer; Voice memo/dial; Predictive text input; Social networking apps; and more.

Blackberry bold trackpad not working on home screen

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It’s not uncommon for a beleaguered company to go back to its roots to reorient itself, and no product exemplifies that paradigm better than the Blackberry Classic. This is vintage stuff, harkening back to an era where QWERTY keyboards were the norm and the tech world zealously got high on Crackberry handsets, thumbs flapping away.

BlackBerry hasn’t been shy in suggesting that the Classic can bring those users back, but is the inclusion of an old-school trackpad — one few things that separates the Classic from a Q10 — that much of a draw? We took a short trip through a time warp to find out.

Category: BlackBerry , Bold 9790 , Mobile Phone Tags: Factory Data Reset , Reinstall BlackBerry Device Software , Reload BlackBerry Bold 9790 Operating System , Reset BlackBerry Bold 9790 , Reset Guide

BlackBerry Bold 9790 is equipped with 2.45” TFT capacitive touchscreen with 480 x 360 pixels resolution, QWERTY keyboard, and Optical trackpad. It runs on BlackBerry OS 7 with the support of Marvel Tavor MG1 1 GHz processor and 768MB of RAM. 8 GB internal storage is available along with the microSD card support up to 32GB. For the connectivity, it includes Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n UMA support; Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, EDR; and microUSB v2.0.

A 5 MP camera is attached on the phone along with some features such as 2X digital zoom, LED Flash, Continuous auto focus, Face detection, Image stabilization, Scene modes, Geo-tagging and VGA video recording (640×480). Other features included in this phone are: Near Field Communication (NFC) support; GPS with A-GPS support; SNS applications; Document viewer;  MP3/WMA/WAV/eAAC+/FLAC player; MP4/H.264/H.263/WMV player; Organizer; Voice memo/dial; Predictive text input; Social networking apps; and more.

The BlackBerry Bold 9700 (codenamed Onyx [1] ) is a smartphone developed by telecommunication company BlackBerry , formerly known as Research in Motion (RIM). The second device in the Bold series, it succeeds the model 9000 and precedes the Bold 9650. The device, which runs on the BlackBerry OS , features several improvements over the 9000, including introduction of an optical trackpad, and a reduced size overall. Other visual changes were carried out in order to appeal both men and women.

Upon release, the BlackBerry Bold 9700 received mostly positive reviews from critics. The smartphone was commended for its design and most changes were favored, such as the trackpad. However, critics were ambivalent towards the dated software and the slow browser, and some concluded that the device did not set itself apart from previous models.

The BlackBerry Bold 9700 was succeeded by the upgraded version, the BlackBerry Bold 9780 , introduced in October 2010. The BlackBerry Bold 9700 was discontinued in December 2011.

The Nokia E71 is one of the highest scoring phones that Trusted Reviews has ever had in for test. Upon its release we fawned over its brilliant keyboard, top notch messaging features and impressive battery life. Nokia has taken an age to get around to producing a follow up, but now that the E72 has finally arrived is it a worthy successor to the original?

The E72 doesn’t look all that different to its predecessor and thankfully at just 10mm thick it’s still impressive svelte. However, this time around Nokia has upped the style quota by adding some sexy chrome trim around the edge of the handset and kitting it out with a metal battery cover with etched vertical lines that not only make the phone easy to grip, but also add an upmarket feel. It also feels very solid and gives you the confidence that it’ll stand up to the knocks and scrapes of life on the road.

There are some other tweaks here and there. The headphone jack has been upgraded from a 2.5mm connector to a standard 3.5mm jack and moved from the side to the top of the phone. And while the handset still has a Nokia mini charging port, it can now also be charged via the microUSB port, although using this does mean it takes a bit longer to top up with juice.