BlackBerry Tour Includes 3.2MP Camera, GPS and Lotsa Buttons
Jun 17, 2009 13:40
We've gotten plenty of breadcrumbs regarding the upcoming BlackBerry Tour, but we finally have the full specs.
True to BlackBerry style, you get a full QWERTY along with a sharp 480x360 screen, Bluetooth, 256MB of storage and an MicroSD/SDHC expansion slot. As you'll see in the press release linked below, it's not just a phone but a "premium phone" with voice dialing and noise cancellation. It'll support your yapping for 5 hours per charge.
The most interesting component for the non-business consumer will surely be the Storm-reminiscent 3.2MP IS camera with autofocus, GPS-enabled geotagging and video support.
Sprint and Verizon will both offer the Tour this summer. The price looks to be around $200 with rebates. [Blackberry]
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