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BlackBerry PlayBook 3G+ Specs

 

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The latest leaked road map shows the specs for the upcoming 7” PlayBook with HSPA+ but no mention of an LTE or 10” version. The main differences with the PlayBook is that it will support carrier network not just Wi-Fi. It is interesting to see RIM is calling it 3G+ on this slide not 4G like all the carriers are calling their networks right now.

BlackBerry PlayBook 3G+

  • Launch date March – May
  • 1.5 GHz Dual Core Processor – TI OMap 4460
  • 42Mbps HSPA+
  • Bands 1,2,4, 5/6 & 8
  • MicroHDMI, MicroUSB, Charging Contacts
  • NFC  Ready
  • PlayBook OS 2.0
  • 1GB RAM
  • 32GB Flash
  • Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Magnetometer, Gyroscope, NFC
  • MicroSIM
  • 5.5 MP rear camera and 3.0 MP Front facing camera
  • Audio MP3, ACC(5.1), WMA (5.1)
  • Video 1080p, H.264, MPEG4, WMV, HDMI Output
  • 7” LCD, 2024×600, WSVGA
  • 0.9lbs (425g)

I always get a kick out of these demographics for the target market on devices.

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Base on these latest leaks are you ready to buy a PlayBook with 3G+ on it or are you satisfied with the current Wi-Fi model. Sound off in the comments below

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Posted by Luis Merlos for ©BerryReview, January 26, 2012, 12:50 pm. | BlackBerry PlayBook 3G+ Specs | Leave a comment |

BlackBerry PlayBook 3G+ Specs
Luis Merlos
Thu, 26 Jan 2012 17:50:26 GMT

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