Verizon Wireless and Research In Motion (RIM) have announced the new BlackBerry 7250 Wireless Handheld will be available from this month of February. This new model features built-in phone, Bluetooth support for use with a headset or car kit, a brighter full color screen, increased memory and full HTML Web browsing.
Using the device's wireless Personal Information Management (PIM) synchronization, customers can have automatic wireless synchronization of their calendars, contacts, emails and tasks. The system is based on a push wireless architecture that delivers messages automatically to a customer's device without prompting or downloading.
The Blackberry 7250 offers e-mail attachment viewing supported by popular file formats, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, WordPerfect, ASCII, JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG and TIFF.
The handheld comes with 32MB of flash memory and 4MB of SRAM for storing messages, calendar appointments and pictures. It supports 800/1900 MHz CDMA2000 1X network and the rechargeable battery provides over 3 hours of talk time or 8 days of standby time.
Wireless integration is possible with multiple existing email accounts including Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Domino and popular ISP email accounts.