BlackBerry 9720 is pre-order on Infibeam.Com

17th September 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, September 17, 2013: BlackBerry is striving hard to subsist in the market against tough competition from Samsung, Micromax and other top mobile producing brands. In a bid to gain back its fair share in the Indian markets, the Canadian handset company has recently launched its BlackBerry 9720.

BlackBerry 9720 is physically a look-a-like of its Curve model and features the 7.1 OS. The phone has a 2.8 inch touchscreen with the resolution of 480 X 360 pixels. However, with this model the icons and the text look sharp and clear than the Curve model. It has a QWERTY keypad as well as touchscreen so that the user can switch to any method for using the phone. Also, the keys are placed a bit apart from each other which makes typing easy.

BlackBerry 9720 offers 5 MP rear camera with a Flash light which will enhance the user’s experience of clicking good photos. A multicast feature allows the user to share the updates to BBM, Twitter and Facebook simultaneously. The phone also supports BBM voice.

BlackBerry 9720 is available at at Rs. 15,990 only.


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