BlackBerry has today unveiled the new BlackBerry 9720, which despite their focus on the new BlackBerry 10 operating system, runs on their previous system, BlackBerry 7. Going back to its roots, the new QWERTY packing handset features a 2.8 inch touchscreen, BlackBerry 7.1 out of the box as well as the long-running trackpad for navigation. There’s also an updated UI, that includes to the option to access the camera from the lockscreen, as well as a dedicated BBM key which will allow users to calling and message friends via an internet connection. Channels will also be available on the messenger service, and will be available for users to download soon from BlackBerry World. The 9720 also features a built-in FM radio, as well as BlackBerry Enterprise Server and Enterprise Server Express, allowing the phone to suit both the everyday customer and the business customer. The BlackBerry 9720 will be available in the UK as well as Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia over the next few weeks, however pricing is yet to be announced.

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