RIM Upgrades BlackBerry 7200 Series
Sep 28, 2004, 8:28 AM by (staff)
updated Research In Motion (RIM) today announced the BlackBerry 7290. The 7290 is similar to previous 7200-series models, but adds Bluetooth support (headset and handsfree profiles), quad-band GSM, a brighter color display, and increased memory. The new model also features a tweaked keyboard with slightly larger keys and easier-to-read number keys for dialing. The 7290 is expected to be available from Cingular in early October.
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My corporate Cingular rep told me about this last week...
bones boy said:Adding...
...but if you go posting "hearsay" up here, you get flamed most of the time. Anyway, this Blackberry is a DONE DEAL and will be carried by Cingular before the year is over (according to said rep).