Ready to get “back to cool”? Apparently $250 will get you a brand new BlackBerry Bold 9930 from Sprint, according to a leaked flyer obtained by BGR. Although, as per usual, a two-year agreement is required. Along with Bold 9930 pricing, the flyer also points to pricing details for the upcoming BlackBerry Torch 9850.
Priced at $150, the Torch 9850 will probably do pretty well considering its a relatively low-priced full touchscreen device, and the first for RIM. We’re not sure if $250 is a bit too high for the Bold 9930 based on specs, but only a full review can clear that up.
Speaking of specs, the Bold 9930 is a touch-and-text device, meaning it sports a capacitive 2.8-inch 640×480 touchscreen up top, with a physical QWERTY keyboard down below. The phone touts a 5-megapixel shooter capable of video capture in 720p, but unfortunately no front-facing camera for video chat. Under the hood you’ll find a single-core 1.2 GHz processor powering the BlackBerry 7 OS.
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