BlackBerry Tour 9630 from Sprint
BlackBerrys have long been in the domain of businessmen where a powerful, no-nonsense smartphone is required, and has made huge leaps into the world of of consumer level smartphones recently, trailed by Apple’s iPhone. RIM has worked with just about every carrier Stateside to make their BlackBerry available regardless of the monthly plan you decide to sign up for which is a pretty smart move in our books. Their latest handset, the Tour 9630 smartphone will be available from Sprint where it offers 3G connectivity, full multimedia support, GPS capability, a speedier browsing experience and document editing and viewing capability.
The BlackBerry Tour 9630 is designed for the traveler that needs to stay connected. The 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera easily identifies where a picture was taken with geo-tagging functionality. The smartphone also makes photo sharing simple with access to networking sites like Facebook, MySpace and flickr. The MicroSD card slot supports up to 16 GB of space, providing the room needed for images, music, and larger work files like presentations and reports. It’s slimmer than a deck of playing cards, but the Tour 9630 has the power to do more of the things that matter in life almost anywhere in the world.
Expect the BlackBerry Tour 9630 to go for $199.99 before taxes with a 2-year agreement.