Updated on:Jun 29, 2016
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Good performer with improved functionality
Display and Configuration
Blackberry phones are known for their keyboard design, and the 9720 doesn't disappoint. Though appearing like the one on the Curve, the makers have informed that it's been substantially redesigned and is easier to use. The model also comes with dedicated Blackberry Messenger and Voice hard keys located on the side panel of the phone. At 2.8 inches with 360 x 480 pixels resolution and 214 PPI, the screen is good for a phone with QWERTY keypad and possesses clarity. The Blackberry 9720 uses a Tavor MG1 800Mhz CPU, paired with 512MB of RAM,handles workloads with ease.
Camera and storage
The gadget sports a 5MP camera which can click high quality pictures, which can then be shared instantly using messenger. There is also a new functionality which allows for sharing a picture instantly using an on-screen button. Storage is 512 MB internal, expandable by external microSD card.
Connectivity and Battery
Apart from providing Blackberry's signature BBM messenger, the 9720 includes innovations like MultiShare, which is a means of sharing the same update, including pictures clicked, to many social networking sites simultaneously. The phone also has integrated support for voice calls over Wi-Fi. Other connectivity features like Bluetooth, etc are also present. The phone uses a 1450 mAh battery, which provides adequate service.
With the smartphone market changing rapidly, Blackberry has tried with this device to adapt to the changing trends with improved BBM, a better design and some other useful functionalities. Coupled with its RAM and internal storage, this device can be considered a good buy for those looking for good QWERTY phones, and of course, the signature features of Blackberry.
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