RIM announced the BlackBerry Bold 9900 and 9930 variants back at the BlackBerry World Event this year at the beginning of May with promise for availability from carriers around the world beginning this summer. As far as the U.S. Market is concerned, the Bold 9900 just visited FCC.

Codenamed RDU71CW, the BlackBerry Bold 9900 just visited the FCC with its 1.2 GHz Processor and 768 MB RAM. This is probably one of the most important last steps to be taken before the actual availability of a device, rumored in the Bold’s case for September. The thinnest BlackBerry yet (with its 10.5 mm thickness) will feature a 2.8-inch capacitive touch screen display with VGA (640×480) resolution and 287 dpi pixel density, “ultra-easy” QWERTY keyboard, optical trackpad, 8 GB on-board memory, microSD slot supporting up to 32 GB cards, five-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording capability, GPS, NFC, Bluetooth 2.1, WiFi b/g/n, Accelerometer, Magnetometer, Proximity Sensor and 1230 mAh battery.

Source: FCC

Via: CrackBerry

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