Mystery No More: More Blackberry 9300 Gemini Specs Unveiled

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Blackberry-9300-GeminiWhile the iPhone is still reaping the rewards of its first appearance in the market as both a business-oriented and mainstream market-oriented smart phone, the designers of Blackberry haven’t rested yet. Early in 2009, tech websites have already reported of Blackberry mobile phones being released almost on a monthly basis.
Now, we’re faced with a (different?) kind of beast: after Pluto comes the Blackberry 9300 Gemini.
Finding the blueprint of the Gemini
Every decent technology website has its own take of the upcoming Blackberry 9300 Gemini. One of the earliest sources was keener in comparing the Blackberry 9300 Gemini with its early descendants like the Blackberry Magnum. While the Blackberry 9300 Gemini is largely in the pipeline still, enough information has been available so we can get an almost complete picture of what we’re about to get.
The Gemini blueprint
One of the more obvious differences of the Blackberry Gemini 9300 would be its display. The 9300 Gemini has been equipped with a slightly larger screen with more resolution. This can only be good news because the larger the display, the better the viewing experience. However, a larger resistive display can also mean a shorter battery life for the mobile phone itself.
It was also reported that the 9300 Gemini would be packing more memory and computing speed. Exact specifications are not yet available, but we’ve ascertained that the Gemini would be manufactured with a silver front and with much rounder keys.
Connecting the Gemini

Once this Gemini 9300 hits UK shores, how will it connect? With the available information, we’ve also ascertained that the Gemini would have Quadband GSM/GPRS and EDGE. Apart from the general connectivity offered by Blackberry, we’re hoping that the Blackberry developers would be kind enough to include some Wi-Fi connectivity as well. For P2P transfers, games and other interactive multimedia activities, a Bluetooth option would also be much appreciated.


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