RIM BlackBerry Style 9670: The Seven Most Notable Features

RIM's latest BlackBerry is a "clamshell" flip-phone running the company's new BlackBerry 6 mobile OS. Check out Al Sacco's list of the Style 9670's most notable features to see if the device should be your next handheld.
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BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) last week unveiled a brand new smartphone: the BlackBerry Style 9670 clamshell, which is aimed mostly at consumer users due to its multimedia focus. But it also packs all the enterprise-oriented security- and messaging-features business users have come to rely on. Keep moving for a list of the seven most notable BlackBerry Style 9670 features. (And check out a list of high-level BlackBerry Style technical specifications here.)

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