Blackberry Curve Apollo and Dakota


The new flagship of the RIM family, Blackberry Dakota has both a QWERTY keyboard and a touch screen. Although Dakota has taken its image from the Blackberry Bold 9000 and 9700, it comes with richer features compared to these devices. Let’s take a closer look at Dakota.

The device that supports 4 bands-GSM, 3 bands-UMTS, has 4 GB internal storage memory, 5 MP HD video recording camera, 768 MB RAM, 2.8 inch size 640 × 480 pixel resolution screen. You will be able to use the 3G wireless connection on this device. The new RIM device with a hybrid input system with Bluetooth, accelerometer, micro USB port and distance sensor also includes the technology called “Near Field Communication” (NFC). NFC includes a short-range and high-frequency wireless communication technology. In this way, data can be exchanged between compatible devices from a distance of 10cm. With NFC, rather than sharing with data transfer, it is considered that the facilities such as credit cards and transportation cards are loaded on this chip to facilitate transportation and payments.

At the end of RIM, it looks like it has produced a smartphone that can stand against iPhone and thousands of Android devices. Don’t you think it was time?

Another new phone from the Blackberry Curve family Blackberry Curve Apollo!

According to the information provided by BGR, which leaks the eye-catching device to the internet with its 11 mm thickness and monoblock design, Blackberry Apollo will have a 800 MHz Tavor MG-1 processor and 512 MB RAM. The device that will work with Blackberry O.S 6.1 operating system has a QWERTY keyboard as we have seen in previous curve models. Here are other features of Apollo:

  • 4-band GSM / GPRS / EDGE; 3-band UMTS / HSPA 7.2Mbps,
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • Wi-Fi B / G / N, GPS, NFC
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 5 MP LED flash camera
  • 480 x 360 pixels HVGA screen resolution
  • 1050 mAh battery