BlackBerry Bold Touch Dakota, Montana Poses for Pictures

One for the BlackBerry smartphone lover now, until now we’ve only been treated to renders of the unannounced BlackBerry Bold Touch handset, which is also known as the BlackBerry Dakota for GSM networks and the BlackBerry Montana for CDMA networks.

However the BlackBerry Bold Touch will be the first Bold device to come out to play sporting a touch screen, and the smartphone has now posed for some live pictures which come our way courtesy of Florin over at Unwired View and by way of N4BB.

The BlackBerry Bold Touch holds a resemblance to the BlackBerry Bold 9000 and apparently sports a type of carbon fibre battery door, whilst some of the reported specs include a 5 megapixel camera, a 2.8 inch VGA touch screen, NFC, proximity sensor, accelerometer, 512 RAM and for some reason just 6.5GB of storage but microSD expansion up to 32GB.

Release wise according to Florin, Research In Motion could release the BlackBerry Bold Touch sometime in August and most probably will see release in North America first on most carriers. So any of our BlackBerry toting readers hoping to snap up the BlackBerry Bold Touch Dakota/Montana once the device hits the mobile space?


7 thoughts on “BlackBerry Bold Touch Dakota, Montana Poses for Pictures”

  1. Kevin says:

    Another blackberry bold with a bit of more upgrades. Its totally unfair :@
    Btw such a small touch screen won’t compete. I personally prefer Torch 2 (coming soon)

  2. StillBlackBerry says:

    The Bold Touch will have 512MB of RAM, not 768! Come on RIM, what are you thinking? Put more RAM in the damn thing! All Bold's have had 512MB since the 9000! Geeze!

  3. I’ve been looking forward to getting this onw. Dropping the RAM from the early leak or 768MB to 512MB is a disappointment. I will hold comment on the 6.4GB flash storage bump from 4GB until I see a production model. I’m hoping for a microSD slot, which was not in the early spec list.

    Any word on a release date?

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