Review Blackberry Bellagio
Blackberry 9790 Bellagio became the latest device from Research in Motion (RIM) at the end of 2011. What makes us proud, Indonesia became the inaugural launch of the Blackberry is in the world.
With all the sophistication offered, Bellagio is sometimes referred to as the Blackberry Onyx III could also cause a riot due to queue a 50 percent discount on the purchase of the Bellagio Jakarta on Friday (11/25/2011) then.
Regardless of the excitement out of the levying, following review of a furore in the Bellagio Blackberry devices
Package Purchase: In the package, containing 1 unit Bellagio Blackberry BlackBerry 9790, original battery type JM-1, Handsfree, charger, microUSB data cable, handbooks Indonesian language and also the warranty card.
Bellagio has a thickness of 11.4 mm, well below its predecessor the Blackberry Onyx II / Bold 9780 (15 mm) or Onyx I / 9700 (14 mm). It weighs only 107 grams too, lighter than Onyx I (136 grams) and Onyx II (122 grams). If placed in the pocket, it will not look like he was pocketing the phone. Even when gripped, this phone feels light.
At first glance, the design looks more luxurious Onyx II because of the impression the majority of stainless steel is more than the Bellagio. But Onyx III indentation at the bottom of a more streamlined making it no less elegant.
One thing that is interesting, where the external memory is not under the battery, making it possible to replace or remove the memory card without unplugging the battery.
Keypad: The composition of the four buttons next to the trackpad Bellagio made separately and made more prominent. Onyx III keypad looks a little smaller than the Onyx II, especially the keypad on the edges, but the keypad Onyx III is much more tender.
Screen: The screen size Bellagio 2.45 inches, slightly larger than the Onyx II (2.44 inches). Resolution both 480 x 360 pixels. But the difference is a full capacitive touch screen at the Bellagio.
Camera: Resolution no difference with the Onyx II is a 5MP autofocus camera with LED flash, just some improvement in the supporting features like face detection, image stabilization to modes in door or outdoor. Unfortunately, the resulting video only supports VGA, not HD recording.
Connection: If the Blackberry other types microUSB plug and put the charger on the left of the phone, the Bellagio put the plugs on the underside of the phone. While the left-phone only placed 3.5 mm headset jack. On the right cell phone, there are only volume keys and camera. On the upper side, there is a button lock (lock).
Browsing: Bellagio is equipped Marvel Tavor MG1 processor 1 GHz, higher than its predecessor and more responsive in browsing. But when frequently used browsing, the battery suddenly the phone body heat to penetrate the rear and in front of the phone keypad. To be normal, cell phone batteries should be removed and allowed to stand for a while.
Battery: The battery that came with a capacity of 1230 mAh. Once worn for a week, the average battery only lasted a maximum of 10 hours. Even if quite often used for mobile, social media and email typing the battery only lasted a maximum of 8 hours.
* Lightweight, thin, easy to carry
* Marvel Tavor MG1 processor 1 GHz (faster browsing, especially on 3G networks)
* Internal memory capacity is more loose, 8GB
* The touch screen is capacitive
* Keypad is more tender, although it was smaller
* BlackBerry OS 7.0
* The battery can only last a maximum of 8-10 hours
* Video recording not support High Definition
* Keypad is small will make it difficult for users with large fingers
* Design a less luxurious compared Onyx II
* Price USD 4.6 million, more expensive than the Onyx II but cheaper than the Dakota
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