AT&T to start shipping white Bold starting October 18th

Logo BlackBerryAT&T announced on Tuesday it will begin shipping the first ever BlackBerry Bold in white since the smartphones's launch in 2008. The handset will be available online starting on October 18th, and while pricing hasn't been announced, it is likely to mirror the black version's $200 contrat price. Specs are also unlikely to change, with the same HSPA-based 3G network support, integrated GPS and Wi-Fi.

There is also Bluetooth 2.0 support, while the 480x320 resolution screen and physical QWERTY keyboard act as the interface. There is 1GB of internal memory, expandable by 16GB with an optional microSDHC memory card. The 2-megapixel camera can capture video as well, and has a flash and 5x digital zoom. Processing is handled by a 624MHz processor.

Source: electronista

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