The BlackBerry 7100x Series

Like Blackberry 7100v from Vodafone, the 7100x is an attempt by RIM to get away from its handheld-style form factor and move closer to that of the mobile phone. Neither device disguises itself completely as a standard mobile, though, because of the keypad's dimensions. Research In Motion’s (RIM) first mobile-phone-style BlackBerry, the 7100v, was released by Vodafone back in October 2004. Now O2 has joined in, augmenting its existing range of BlackBerry devices with the 7100x, which shares a more phone-like design with its Vodafone-badged rival. The 7100x measures 56mm wide by 114mm deep by 20mm high - the same as the 7100v, although the hardware design is different. The 7100x's black plastic case has a single ‘O2 blue’ flash above the screen and a small branding plate beneath the keyboard. The colour combination is rather appealing. There is a keyboard five keys wide by four keys deep beneath the screen.

The BlackBerry 7100x Specifications

GeneralProduct TypeBlackBerry Smartphone
Service Provider-
Weight4.2 ounces
Phone Design-
Frequency Band(s)GSM 900/1900/1800
Vibrating AlertYes
Phone Navigation Buttons-
Voice DialingNo
Application SoftwareAddress Book , Phone , Alarm , Calculator , Calendar , Messages , Tasks , Browser 
Phone Book EntriesVariable
Internal Memory32MB / 4 MB Ram
Downloadable Applications FormatJ2ME
Languages SupportedEnglish

Communicator FeaturesOperating SystemBlackBerry OS
Messaging & Data ServicesGPRS (General Packet Radio Service)Yes
Messaging / Data FeaturesText messages
DisplayType65K calor
Display IndicatorsBattery meter , Signal strength , GPRS indicator , Digital clock
Display Resolution260 x 240
Display Technology-
ConnectionsConnector Type-
MiscellaneousIncluded AccessoriesCellular phone docking station , Headset
BatteryTypePower adapter
TechnologyLithium ion
Talk TimeUp to 5 h
Standby TimeUp to 200 h
Manufacturer WarrantyService & Support 1 year warranty


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