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BlackBerry 9000 Bold handheld mobile computer 480 x 320 pixels 136 g White

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Long product name BlackBerry 9000 Bold handheld mobile computer 480 x 320 pixels 136 g White :
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9000 Bold, 480 x 320, TFT LCD, 65k, GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA 850/900/1800/1900MHz, 2.0MP, microSD, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 136g, White
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BlackBerry 9000 Bold, 480 x 320 pixels, TFT, 65536 colours, 1 GB, 0.128 GB, microSD/SDHC

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BlackBerry 9000 Bold. Display resolution: 480 x 320 pixels. Internal memory: 1 GB, Flash memory: 0.128 GB. Processor frequency: 0.624 GHz. Keyboard layout: QWERTY

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Reviews
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:45
Uk has collected 132 expert reviews for BlackBerry 9000 Bold handheld mobile computer 480 x 320 pixels 136 g White and the average expert rating is 82 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
82%
Source Review comments Score
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:24
RIM kicked off the whole push email thing, when only pin-striped business types owned its oversized handsets. Now that everyone is muscling in on its territory, though, it’s having to put a lot more effort into its hardware.And with the BlackBerry Bold...
Bottom line Brilliant ergonomics and admirable ease of use make this a great choice for those who need business email on the move...
83%
alphr.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:24
RIM kicked off the whole push email thing, when only pin-striped business types owned its oversized handsets. Now that everyone is muscling in on its territory, though, it's having to put a lot more effort into its hardware. And with the BlackBerry Bol...
Bottom line Brilliant ergonomics and admirable ease of use make this a great choice for those who need business email on the move...
83%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:26
It’s ‘Bold’, boasts ‘industrial design’ and has ‘frets’ between the rows of its keys on the front. It seems that RIM has gone all Apple on us with the launch of its latest flagship smartphone. The Bold (also known as the 9000 series) follows major laun...
Bottom line Not the sleekest smartphone, but the screen, keyboard and battery life are all superb...
83%
zath.co.uk
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:26
Of the three top smartphones that we have covered so far (Apple iPhone 3G, HTC Touch HD and the Nokia E71) none come from such a prestigious background as the Bold. Although ‘Blackberry’ only became mainstream in 2002 they did so in style soon winning...
Bottom line Blackberry really have produced a worthy addition to the Blackberry name with this phone which combines wonderful ergonomics with a beautiful design and an array of practical features. It’s versatility will suit business and home purposes alike and...
0%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:26
The very name of the BlackBerry Bold hints of a whole new experience from Research In Motion, but the company is overselling things a bit. In truth, BlackBerry vets will find that the Bold is really nothing more than a solid — if long overdue — upgrade...
70%
whatmobile.net
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:29
Getting email on the move is all the rage these days. As Nokia ships the E71, Apple is hoping to get in with the corporates with the iPhone, thanks to its newly added support for push email.While I’ve got no doubt people would love an iPhone as a work...
Bottom line The latest addition to the BlackBerry family is by far the most impressive email device we’ve seen for a long time. While the Nokia E71 has the power of Series 60 behind it, with plenty of choice when it comes to additional applications and features...
80%
itreviews.com
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2013-08-05 17:22:30
The Bold is the best QWERTY-keyboarded BlackBerry to date. With a neat new interface design and excellent keyboard it has the staples professionals need, alongside a host of features that consumers might also enjoy. Research In Motion - BlackBerry Bol...
0%
gadgetguy.com.au
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:30
Alex KidmanThe BlackBerry has long been know as a serious business machine, and if you wanted a slimmer, more sensuous model you had to go for the Pearl, which lacked a full keyboard.The Bold 9000 is the mid-point between the older, chunkier models an...
0%
hereshow.ca
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2013-08-05 17:22:30
if you're a speed-demon who surfs the Web often on your phone, you're better off getting the Bold. The Bold might also be a better option if you have large hands or thumbs...
0%
letsgomobile.org/en
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2013-08-05 17:22:31
BlackBerry Bold review T he company behind the BlackBerry is Research in Motion (RIM). The first BlackBerry phone was launched in 1999 and since then, several nice models have appeared on the market. Research in Motion used to aim mainly at the corpora...
75%
gadgetspeak.com
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2013-08-05 17:22:34
Like most people Im very aware of the existence of Research In Motion (RIM) and their BlackBerry products. This is the first time Ive used one in anger, and Im pleased to say its not all hype!...
Bottom line Ive not found anything that I dont like on the BlackBerry. Its pretty compact for a smart-phone without putting size above everything else. It has about every kind of connectivity you could want. I especially appreciated the thought thats gone int...
100%
techradar.com
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2013-08-05 17:22:34
The BlackBerry is traditionally a business tool. The Pearl and Curve devices were the first steps in bringing the BlackBerry out of the office and into the hands and pockets of a wider audience. The Bold goes further while retaining the mobile email-base...
Good Great keyboard, Excellent styling, User-friendly interface, Impressive connectivity...
Bad Basic camera...
90%
digitalversus.com
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2013-08-05 17:22:34
The arrival of the latest Blackberry has been eagerly anticipated for several months: how can yet another smartphone compete on an increasingly competitive market where even more phones seem to be aimed at an ever wider audience?The Bold should have no...
Good Simple, clear interface, Excellent navigation controls, Great battery life, IM services builtin, Top quality screen...
Bad Larger than most other smartphones, Lacks some multimedia functions found elsewhere...
100%
tracyandmatt.co.uk
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:37
As Matt mentioned earlier RIM released their new baby, the Blackberry 9000 Bold and this seems to be a popular choice among the Blackberry fans. When I was asked to review this handset I jumped at the opportunity, simply because I had never used one be...
Bottom line I have to admit that my opinion has been changed and Im now more than willing to look outside the HTC world for a phone. If asked would I like one of these to own I would say yes. The experience I had with this handset is one I never thought I would...
0%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
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2013-08-05 17:22:37
The Blackberry Bold comes in an elegant black design with brilliant display. This smartphone was designed for optimum performance with its built-in Wi-Fi allowing users to check emails, IM, mobile streaming and connect to the Internet. Enjoy clear imag...
Good is as explained above - fantastic for email.
Bad Most youtube vids do not require the lovely screen - so you've got a nice screen, but most content I get is just poor quality. So the screen is wasted. The add on downloadable apps are nearly all rubbish - not worth your the time to download - the bet...
Bottom line The Bold continues BlackBerry's tradition of superb text/email-based mobiles, but now it's got HSDPA, GPS, a superb screen and - above all in style! If it wasn't for the two-meg camera we could have been looking at top marks.Best offers for th...
80%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:37
There is plenty of demand for smartphones that mix business and consumer features, particularly from SMEs. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 is a very good attempt at satisfying both markets.
Good Superb screen and keyboard, HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS, Good battery life...
Bad Relatively bulky, Loose backplate on our review sample, 2megapixel camera, No frontfacing camera for video calls...
Bottom line There is plenty of demand for smartphones that mix business and consumer features, particularly from SMEs. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 is a very good attempt at satisfying both markets...
83%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:37
Yes, the device is big and this may put off consumers that insist on a phone that they can trouser without affecting their stride pattern. However, if you are happy to carry your smartphone in a bag, this is a device you wont be embarrassed to whip...
80%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:37
Its certainly a stylish looker: all black and chrome with splashes of red for the keyboard numbers. Its appearance is smooth enough so you dont look like a sad office drone the moment you unleash it from the bundled leather pouch. RIMs BlackBerry B...
Bottom line The BlackBerry Bold is a beautiful combination of understated elegance and top-notch practicality, though with a price to match its classy looks. Its still ahead in practical terms of business pretenders like the iPhone and the HTC Pro, and even thou...
90%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:38
Before the iPhone came along, Research In Motion (RIM) had the final say on smartphones with its legendary BlackBerry range of mobiles. Since the iPhone arrived on the scene, the market for smartphones has exploded. Moving way beyond the enterprise ter...
Good Vibrant and vivid high resolution screen, great keyboard, well designed interface, fast Web browser, effective email and text messaging...
Bad Lacks Mac software, scroll ball isnt as good as the iPhones touch screen interface...
80%
techadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:38
The eagerly awaited BlackBerry Bold 9000 continues RIMs legacy for qwerty smartphones - and may be its best yet. So here it is; the most anticipated BlackBerry handset to date. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 is a quad-band handset with both HSDPA (high s...
Bottom line As you may have guessed, we were impressed with this gorgeous smartphone. Often, when a device has been promised for some time, the hype leads to expectations that cant be met. Not so the BlackBerry Bold: in common with its rival, the iPhone 3G, its...
90%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:38
There are still some question marks over the buggy, but drastically improved web browser and a slight concern over the build quality of the battery cover, but otherwise RIM has delivered a long-overdue return to form with a device that will delight lon...
100%
T3.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:38
Research In Motions first 3G internet-capable BlackBerry has landed in our sweaty little palms after months of previews and slobbering-sessions, allowing us to get all intimate on its Bold little case. With an all-new look to the operating system, i...
Good The new operating system, Super-fast 3G internet...
Bad The measly 2.0-megapixel camera, Only 1GB of internal memory...
Bottom line This smartphone will turn any businessman into a fashion-concious citizen...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:38
If you are a BlackBerry user looking to upgrade and want the keyboard this wont do you wrong.
Good Screen, 3G, Keyboard, interface, GPS, Features...
Bad Browser not great, Large form factor...
Bottom line If you are a BlackBerry user looking to upgrade and want the keyboard this wont do you wrong...
90%
smh.com.au
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:38
Dont let anyone tell you the new BlackBerry Bold is an "iPhone killer". They belong to two entirely different classes of smartphone. In the case of the BlackBerry, this means a smartphone that puts mobile email front and centre. And email, either bei...
90%
Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:38
The Bold is what BlackBerry fans have been waiting for. Its feature-rich and sharply designed, let down in small measure by some cumbersome software. DesignFirstly, a note to all our CrackBerrys friends: relax, its still huge. BlackBerry manufacturer...
Good Beautifully designed, Classleading QWERTY keyboard, Simple email setup, Excellent battery life...
Bad Some included software, including the browser and maps, needs work, BlackBerry service accounts are expensive...
Bottom line The Bold is what BlackBerry fans have been waiting for. Its feature-rich and sharply designed, let down in small measure by some cumbersome software.
85%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:41
The hotly anticipated BlackBerry Bold is finally here and were extremely impressed. RIMs latest device aims to end the idea that BlackBerrys are only for corporate users. To this end it offers a stunning display, a redesigned interface and a wealth o...
Good Design, display, QWERTY keyboard, user interface, voice quality, Wi-Fi, HSDPA-capable...
Bad Mediocre camera, questionable battery life...
Bottom line The Bold is by far the best BlackBerry yet and has very few flaws. A refreshing new interface, outstanding display and reasonable multimedia features are just some of what it has to offer. Most importantly, this superb device is great for both enterpr...
95%
alphr.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:41
It's 'Bold', boasts 'industrial design', has 'frets' between the rows of its keys on the front. It seems that RIM has gone all Apple on us with the launch of its latest flagship smartphone. The Bold (also known as the 9000) follows major launches from...
Bottom line Not the sleekest smartphone, but an excellent screen, superb keyboard and brilliant battery life make it the best of the rest...
83%
pz10.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:44
There we go folks, its a BlackBerry grand slam at the arena and were set for another ride with RIMs finest. We guess this here Berry is neither Curve-hot nor Storm-inventive but its Bold enough to say little and do much. Even without being the late...
0%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:05
Ever owned a mobile so powerful it feels like you’re carrying an extra brain? The BlackBerry Bold is one such phone, combining Wi-Fi, 3G and a full QWERTY keyboard in a surprisingly slick, black case, whilst maintaining that which made BlackBerry so ad...
Good Punchy, bright screen. Still best for email.
Bad Too wide for comfy or nonstupidlooking calling...
Bottom line The fastest, coolest and most effective BlackBerry to date. This is almost the perfect business device.Ever owned a mobile so powerful it feels like you’re carrying an extra brain? The BlackBerry Bold is one such phone, combining Wi-Fi, 3G and a ful...
80%
pcworld.co.nz
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:44
The term Crackberry was coined with good reason, though you’re probably wondering what berries have to do with cocaine? Well, it’s the addiction I’m getting at. You see, the Blackberry smartphone came to earn its Crackberry nickname through the fer...
85%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20 04:34:21
Video review: The best Blackberry yet and a great smartphone. Only the camera lets it down...
Good Impressive build quality. Stunning half VGA display. Thumb-friendly QWERTY keyboard. Easy to set up and use push email. Features all the latest connectivity options. Integrated 3.5mm headphone socket...
Bad Below average 2MP camera. Wide and hefty frame...
Bottom line The best Blackberry yet and a great smartphone. Only the camera lets it down...
100%
recombu.com
Updated:
2014-04-02 02:40:38
Sticking to what it does best, the BlackBerry Bold 9000 is designed for email on the go and comes packed with features. While many smart phone fans are running to the touchscreen hills, the Bold offers a strong alternative.What we likeThe Bold 9000's s...
Bottom line RIM has packed all of its experience into the Bold and it shows. A good screen and keypad tie together a fantastic phone. We recommend this for work and play but warn you that it's not small, the camera isn't great and there's no fancy touchscreen.Like...
80%
brighthub.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:20
Screen: 480 x 320 pixels, 16 million colors GPS: Built-in GPS Wi-Fi: 802.11a/b/g Bluetooth: Yes Dimensions: 114x66x15 mm Weight: 136 grams Price: USD 249.98 ‘Rich and Royal’ are the first words that will come to your mind when you first place your eye...
Bottom line The Blackberry Bold 9000 is a true business phone power packed with features, internet browsing and multimedia. This is a fast and accurate device for businessmen who need to be in touch with their colleagues and clients while they are on the mo...
100%
mobilewhack.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:20
The folks out at Wirefly sent me a Blackberry Bold 9000 to try, folks, and I’m pretty happy they did because this is one of the better Blackberry systems that I’ve tried.The Blackberry Bold 9000 is a candy bar style smartphone with a gig of onboard me...
0%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:20
T-Mobile customers can experience the speed and sophistication of Research in Motion's BlackBerry Bold 9000 ($400, unlocked, as of 4/13/09) if they buy it from third-party vendors (AT&T sells the handset at a subsidized price). But while the Bold boast...
Good Improved keyboard, Visually stunning display...
Bad Disappointing call quality, Expensive...
Bottom line The BlackBerry Bold almost lives up to its name with a stunning design, but its mediocre call quality and camera hold it back...
70%
Phones.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:20
The Blackberry Bold 9000 is the predecessor to the Blackberry Curve 8900, but has 3G and HSDPA connectivity. However it cuts down on some of the newer Curve 8900's most adorable features, to maintain the slickest Blackberry profile. It is a choice betw...
Good 3G HSDPA and QWERTY keyboard, GPS and geotagging, 1 GB internal memory and hotswappable SDHC, Hires screen and multimedia capable, Powerful, Document Editor...
Bad camera, Lacks an FM Radio...
88%
itp.net
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:21
The BlackBerry Bold 9000 is RIM’s top, keyboard-based smartphone and is designed primarily for business users. Is it the smartphone for you? As a business device the Bold is hard to fault. In the connectivity department the phone boasts 3G/GPRS/HSPDA a...
Bottom line A great smartphone that boasts excellent connectivity and a usable keyboard. The only real issues are its basic battery life and random crashes...
60%
mobileblah.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:21
Research in Motion (RIM) is a Canadian manufacturer, known for the BlackBerry phones. Probably far and away the best handsets for mobile email, these smart phones are the suits’ favorite gadgets. However, being good at one thing only just won´t cut it...
Bottom line At the end of this review we can confirm our initial observation. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 comes to crown the company efforts in the recent years, coming as close as possible to the ultimate business tool. The handset offers a remarkable display, a gre...
0%
gsmarena.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:23
At the end of this review we can confirm our initial observation. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 comes to crown the company efforts in the recent years, coming as close as possible to the ultimate business tool. The handset offers a remarkable display, a gr...
0%
mobiledia.com
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2013-08-05 17:22:24
Having a phone with multiple Internet, email, message and entertainment features is good. Being able to use them simultaneously is better. RIM BlackBerry Bold (9000) Your Price:$149.99with serviceWhen connected to a 3G/HSDPA Internet connection, the RI...
0%
phonearena.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:24
Research in Motion (RIM) is a Canadian manufacturer, known for the BlackBerry phones. Probably far and away the best handsets for mobile email, these smart phones are the suits’ favorite gadgets. However, being good at one thing only just won´t cut it...
Good Excellent keyboard (for its size and form factor), Looks great, Has good multimedia features...
Bad The screen is rather small for a phone hitting the market in 2009, The camera could have been better, The software hasn’t changed all that much and is still not user friendly...
Bottom line In a nutshell, we do like the Bold. If you are looking for a BlackBerry phone, this one is probably the best you can get, with great business and good multimedia features. However, unless you typically wear suits and not pajamas, you should take a look...
90%
accessorygeeks.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:26
The Research in Motion Blackberry Bold now makes it easier to keep in touch with friends and family, checking important emails anytime with Wi-Fi and Blackberry Bold accessories like a GSP navigation system so you can go anywhere with this phone. Befor...
0%
infoworld.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:30
RIMs new flagship QWERTY handset has everything: AT&T 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, wide-aspect display, microSDHC memory expansion, Office document editing, video camera, media player, and Bluetooth stereo. Its the priciest BlackBerry but worth it for serious users...
85%
devhardware.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:30
The wait is finally over. For quite some time, customers have been eagerly waiting for Research in Motion (RIM) to release its new BlackBerry. Its finally here. Keep reading while we put the RIM BlackBerry Bold through its paces.IntroductionThe eager...
0%
eweek.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:30
RIMs BlackBerry Bold smartphone is a powerful device with a lot of storage, rich multimedia capabilities and excellent audio. But the BlackBerry Bold disappoints in several areas and, in a highly competitive smartphone space, falls behind other device...
0%
ld2.ciol.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:30
The BlackBerry Bold is curvier than the Curve, with the sharpest display in the business-the iPhone's resolution, in half the size. As you'd expect from a BlackBerry, it excels in usability, email, and enterprise features, but doesn't make it to...
0%
brighthand.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:30
The new BlackBerry Bold 9000 is the successor to devices like the BlackBerry Curve and the 8800. It is evolutionary, not revolutionary. But RIM's long years of experience really come through in the Bold, and it is far and away the best BlackBerry I've...
Bottom line The BlackBerry Bold 9000 is easily the best-looking keyboard-based smartphone on the market, and the software it includes makes it the best BlackBerry yet. That doesn't make it the best smartphone available, though. There are still some areas RIM need...
0%
mobileburn.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:31
RIMs hard core business devices, the 8800 series, have long been overshadowed by the slicker and more entertaining Curve and Pearl model lines. That trend has ended, though, now that the new Bold 9000 series of devices are shipping. The BlackBerry Bo...
Good Gorgeous display, great keyboard, 3G/WiFi, updated UI...
Bad Somewhat bulky, UI can still be intimidating for novices, trackball needs tuning...
Bottom line While its larger size and slightly increased bulk might keep the new BlackBerry Bold 9000 from appealing to everybody, it is clear that this is the best QWERTY equipped BlackBerry device on offer. It has stunning good looks, a knock-out feature set...
95%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:31
With every wireless device company now trying to compete with Apple’s iPhone, Ontario, Canada-based Research in Motion (RIM) has decided to go another route by simply doing what it does best—sticking to its tried and true Blackberry platf...
Good Sleek design, Speedy 3G network, Easy to use WordToGo app, Robust media offerings...
Bad Clunky web browser, Average photo quality, High price tag, Various minor design quirks, *...
Bottom line In the end, various minor shortcomings aside, the Blackberry Bold is by far the sweetest smartphone RIM has created. If you’re hooked on so-called “crackberries” or just want to upgrade to a mobile phone that offers the best of bes...
80%
phonedog.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:31
Posted on Thursday, November 06, 2008by Joni Blecher, Editorial Director - LetsTalk.com...
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wired.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:31
The very name of the BlackBerry Bold hints of a whole new experience from Research In Motion, but the company is overselling things a bit. In truth, BlackBerry vets will find that the Bold is really nothing more than a solid - if long overdue - upgrade...
Good 3G at last! Excellent combination of smart design, performance and RIMs topnotch message handling. Even the camera shots look good.
Bad Chrome trim job feels like a knockoff. Keys a little on the flat side. Cheesy pleather back. Unimpressive battery life.
70%
geardiary.com
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2013-08-05 17:22:31
Not too long ago I bought the Nokia E71, since it was pretty much everything I wanted in a smartphone. Excellent keyboard, excellent signal, excellent battery life, and a stable platform. Since I bought it I’ve been very happy with it, and I didn&rs...
0%
gadgetell.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:32
Our friends over at ChannelFlip.com took a look at the BlackBerry Bold. If you’ve been living under a rock, the BlackBerry Bold is RIM’s newest full QWERTY keyboard smartphone. It is also known as “Not the Storm.” Is this...
0%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:32
The BlackBerry Bold 9000, Research in Motions formidable contender in the 3G market, has finally arrived. And though the Bold boasts a sleek design, a sharp display, and high-speed connectivity, it fails to impress in other areas--particularly, its ca...
Good Visually stunning display, Improved keyboard...
Bad Expensive, Disappointing call quality...
82%
tech2.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:34
In many ways the Blackberry is perhaps the only "locked ecosystem" business model outside Apples media players thats worked so well. Despite facing a crippling lawsuit only a couple of years ago, RIM has grown from strength to strength and only emerg...
Good Elegant and stylish design, Decent camera, Great sound from the audio player, Biz functions work without a hitch, DivX, XviD, WMV video file playback...
Bad Phone mic doesnt work when normal earphones are connected, MicroSD card removal is a problem, Maps are not preloaded, No onboard PDF file reader, Battery life is average...
Bottom line The price of the BlackBerry Bold 9000 is rather steep at around Rs 35,000. Its locked in to Vodafone, Airtel, and Reliance, so BPL users are out. Although the handset is capable of functioning really well in terms of RIM’s primary business services...
60%
asiaone.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:34
By Adli YashirNO DOUBT about it, the BlackBerry Bold is the coolest looking of its ilk to-date.With its glossy black finish, neat chrome trimmings around the edges and faux leather back cover, this smartphone is destined for executive status.The inside...
Bottom line Good battery life makes the BlackBerry Bold a good choice for the travelling executive...
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Osnews.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:34
Puremobile.com sent us in the BlackBerry Bold 9000 for a review. This is a heavyweight model in the smartphone area thats meant mostly for business, but how well an unlocked Blackberry phone really works? Is the Blackberry a phone that you really want...
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techtree.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:37
After a lot of controversy over the Blackberry service in India, RIM has managed to come out and release their latest offering - the Blackberry Bold. The phone will be available through Blackberry supported network operators (i.e Bharti Airtel, Vodafo...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:37
The BlackBerry Bold, from what we can see, has definitely made a few lasting impressions for both the BlackBerry fans and those who have found their comfort zone with other devices. In fact, Research In Motion (RIM) has definitely raised its profile wi...
90%
mobilechoiceuk.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:37
It’s big but it’s also extremely clever. Related links BlackBerry Bold comes to Vodafone Orange wins BlackBerry Bold race Blackberry Bold mobile phone slated for release next month Blackberry Thunder mobile phone to feature Haptic technology Others to...
Good The BlackBerry Bold boasts a fabulous feature set, including HSDPA and A-GPS...
Bad It’s not exactly pocket friendly.Look and Feel...
Bottom line It’s big but it’s also extremely clever...
80%
gizmodo.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:37
If you were feverishly anticipating a cellphone this year, it was one of two phones: this is the other one. That's because the BlackBerry Bold is RIM's most powerful, polished handset ever. With 3G, a glossy new UI, a real web browser, serious har...
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askmen.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:37
With its stunning new display, and exciting innovative features, the BlackBerry Bold is designed to be the smartphone to end all smartphones. From speedy Wi-Fi use to GPS and BlackBerry Maps to a full suite of multimedia options, the BlackBerry Bold do...
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recombu.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:37
Sticking to what it does best, the BlackBerry Bold 9000 is designed for email on the go and comes packed with features. While many smart phone fans are running to the touchscreen hills, the Bold offers a strong alternative.What we likeThe Bold 9000's s...
Bottom line RIM has packed all of its experience into the Bold and it shows. A good screen and keypad tie together a fantastic phone. We recommend this for work and play but warn you that it's not small, the camera isn't great and there's no fancy touchscreen.Like...
80%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:37
Video review: The best Blackberry yet and a great smartphone. Only the camera lets it down...
Good Impressive build quality. Stunning half VGA display. Thumb-friendly QWERTY keyboard. Easy to set up and use push email. Features all the latest connectivity options. Integrated 3.5mm headphone socket...
Bad Below average 2MP camera. Wide and hefty frame...
Bottom line The best Blackberry yet and a great smartphone. Only the camera lets it down...
100%
techworld.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:38
The eagerly awaited BlackBerry Bold 9000 continues RIM's legacy for qwerty smartphones - and may be its best yet.So here it is; the most anticipated BlackBerry handset to date. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 is a quad-band handset with both HSDPA (high spee...
Bottom line As you may have guessed, we were impressed with this gorgeous smartphone. Often, when a device has been promised for some time, the hype leads to expectations that can't be met. Not so the BlackBerry Bold: in common with its rival, the iPhone 3G, it's...
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absolutegadget.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:38
As far as applications are concerned, the smart phone comes with WordToGo, PowerPointToGo, WordMole, and a couple other games.The Wi-fi connection (supporting a/b/g networks) is very much the same, and although it suggests on the website that it may "l...
60%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:38
Research in Motion (RIM) came into the VNUnet.com offices today to show off its latest model, the BlackBerry Bold. Its being marketed as an "aspirational" device, so this is definitely one for the senior executives - you wont be rolling this out acro...
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bgr.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:41
Here’s where we’re going to voice our opinions of both devices as we kept the head-to-head review completely unbiased. True BlackBerry fans will want the Bold. It honestly is the best BlackBerry ever. There is no other choice — it’s the Bold. Plus the Bold spoils you. We cringe at the sight of our friends using Curves now. From the screen...
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infosyncworld.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:41
We check out the coolest BlackBerry ever, the RIM BlackBerry Bold. So why was this love at first sight?...
77%
engadgetmobile.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:42
Blackberry Bold hands-onby Joshua Fruhlinger, posted Jun 25th 2008 at 9:43PMWe had a chance to play with Research In Motions upcoming BlackBerry Bold handset tonight, and we came away happily impressed. To start things off, the keyboard felt easy enou...
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tech-faq.com
Updated:
2013-08-05 17:22:45
The BlackBerry RIM 9000 is a brand new phone also known as the “BlackBerry RIM 9000 Bold”. It was announced in May 2008 as the successor to the popular BlackBerry 8800 with a number of groundbreaking evolutions in software design, screen quality, and...
Good Gigantic feature list , 3G, Wi-Fi, and GPS support ,Large screen ,Full QWERTY keyboard ,The most stylish BlackBerry to date...
Bad Somewhat decent battery life ,Poor camera ,Not much built in memory ,Screen could be of higher quality...
Bottom line The BlackBerry RIM 9000 is a feature fanatic’s dream phone. It has practically every advanced feature available to phones today, making it an impressive device. While businesspersons will definitely be happy with the BlackBerry RIM 9000, it may not...
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connectreviews.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:06
In years past, BlackBerry has been innovating with product after product. With the new family of BlackBerry Bold, Storm, and 8900, they have a great lineup for the rest of the year. Today we’re taking a look at the sleek new BlackBerry Bold 9000 on AT...
Good Elegant and sleek black and silver design, Crisp and vibrant screen, Connectivity galore, Strong QWERTY keyboard.
Bad Web browser still needs some work.
Bottom line In years past, BlackBerry has been innovating with product after product. With the new family of BlackBerry Bold, Storm, and 8900, they have a great lineup for the rest of the year. Today we’re taking a look at the sleek new BlackBerry Bold 9000 on...
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about.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:06
After lots of publicity and plenty of delays, the BlackBerry Bold is here. Touted as RIMs answer to Apples iPhone, the Bold offers 3G service, Wi-Fi support, built-in GPS, music and video players, and an absolutely gorgeous screen. Overall, the Bold...
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techreviewsource.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:07
AT&T has released their branded version of the popular Blackberry Bold 9000 by RIM. Canada's Rogers Wireless has had their Blackberry Bold out for a little while now and has gotten excellent reviews. The Bold is a smartphone with a lot of features...
Good Fantastic quality display, 3G, WiFi, GPS Support, Sharp design and feel...
Bad Web browsing can be tough to navigate...
90%
mobiletechreview.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:07
Those of us in the US have impatiently waited for the BlackBerry Bold to arrive on AT&T. Released a few months earlier in various overseas markets, the AT&T-branded version, tuned for AT&Ts 3G network, is finally here. Whats so special about the Bol...
80%
g4tv.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:07
Video Review: Chris Hardwick drops by the studio to tell us his impressions on the new BlackBerry Bold, how fancy the apps are and how it might just change your life...
91%
allthingsd.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:08
Email us at mossbergsolution@wsj.com. Find this and other columns and videos online free at the All Things Digital Web site: http://walt.allthingsd.com Published on November 4, 2008 Print Sphere Comment Tagged: 30 Rock, 3G, 8800 series, 8820, ABC, AT&...
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letstalk.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:08
The highly anticipated BlackBerry 9000 Bold has finally arrived and it just might have been worth the wait. The Bold sports all the favorite features wanted on a smartphone: WiFi, 3G data speeds for fast surfing while simultaneously conducting calls, s...
80%
slashgear.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:08
This year has seen two game-changers for RIM, in the shape of the BlackBerry Storm and the BlackBerry Bold. The former is easier to explain - it’s the company’s first touchscreen device - but the latter has been more of an evolution for the messaging...
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pcmag.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:08
If the Bold works, dont fix it. AT&T followed that advice and has achieved mostly solid results on its version of RIMs BlackBerry Bold 9000, which is similar to the model for Canadas Rogers Wireless, we reviewed back in August. The Bold remains a...
Good Luxurious feel. Beautiful, ultra-high-resolution screen. Integrated Office document editor. Solid camera.
Bad Web browser shows some rough edges. No mainstream IM client.
Bottom line Theres no doubt the BlackBerry Bold will win over the corporate crowd with its business focus and sharp looks; we just wish its Web browser were better...
80%
techcrunch.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:08
How can I put into words how I feel about the BlackBerry Bold? In short: I love it and never ever want to let it go, ever. For any BlackBerry user/fan the Bold is everything you’ve wanted and expected from RIM. Sure, it took a little longer than we all...
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gizmodo.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:08
We reviewed the BlackBerry Bold months ago when it was available everywhere in the civilized world except for the US, because it looked like it would arrive here shortly afterward. It didn't. Held up by the lack of proper immunization papers, it final...
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Smartdevicecentral.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:08
If the Bold works, dont fix it. AT&T followed that advice and has achieved mostly solid results on its version of RIMs BlackBerry Bold 9000, which is similar to the model for Canadas , we reviewed back in August. The Bold remains an excellent execut...
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computershopper.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:09
The BlackBerry Bold 9000 marks a new era for the smartphone stalwarts at RIM. Traditionally used mostly for business e-mail, the latest model, priced at $299.99, boasts a new display, a redesigned user interface, a full HTML browser, and...
Good Spacious keyboard; excellent wireless connectivity, including Wi-Fi and 3G; sharp display; impressive speakers; intuitive user interface...
Bad Trackball easily picks up dirt; certain video files experienced lag...
76%
technouptodate.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:09
But phone has mediocre call quality, unimpressive cameraThe BlackBerry Bold 9000, Research In Motion Ltd.s formidable contender in the 3G market, has finally arrived. And though the Bold boasts a sleek design, a sharp display and high-speed connectivi...
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Laptopmag.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:10
You’ll pay a pretty penny for the Bold, but its top-notch screen, speed, and refreshed interface are well worth it.
Good Sleek industrial design, Good call quality, Fast processor, 3G and Wi-Fi, Clean user interface, Improved camera...
Bad Pricey, Relatively bulky and heavy...
Bottom line It was worth the wait. As befitting its name, there’s nothing subtle about the BlackBerry Bold. It’s the most elegant smart phone with a full keyboard we’ve ever laid eyes on, and its $299 price makes it the Bentley of devices in AT&T&rs...
80%
techworld.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:11
So here it is; the most anticipated BlackBerry handset to date. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 is a quad-band handset with both HSDPA (high speed downlink packet access) 3G and GPS navigation that its maker, Research In Motion, hopes will cause as much of a...
Bottom line RIM says this device is aimed at enterprise executives, entrepreneurs and discerning consumers. Most operators will be adding the handset to their lines, if they have not already done so...
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bgr.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:12
This might be a shocker out there to many, but we do actually, you know, not leak things from time to time. What’s important here, is that we’ve been rockin’ a BlackBerry Bold for around a month now, and we’ve got a great handle on the unit. From hardw...
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insidehw.com
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:44
From the first moment we took new Smartphone from RIM Company into our hands it was obvious how it got its name: Bold. Basic design resembles its older brother Curve. Elegant and business oriented design will impress almost everyone. Somewhat bigger di...
Bottom line Simple, intuitive and fast are adjectives that can describe BlackBerry Bold when it comes to business Smartphone’s. When we add impressive list of additional possibilities and software that can be also used, it becomes clear why BlackBerry is enlarg...
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pdastreet.com
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:44
Ho-hum. Another BlackBerry. Bold by name, not so much by nature. Not that the new BlackBerry Bold isnt a fine addition to Research in Motions (RIMs) best-selling line-up of smartphones. Its a powerful, capable and stylish addition, in fact. And it...
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smartphonetoday.com
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:44
Page 1 | 2 | Next Ho-hum. Another BlackBerry. Bold by name, not so much by nature. Not that the new BlackBerry Bold isnt a fine addition to Research in Motions (RIMs) best-selling line-up of smartphones. Its a powerful, capable and stylish ad...
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trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:44
I remember a conversation I had with the guys from RIM back in 2006 at the launch of the BlackBerry 7130g . I said that the company's insistence on creating devices targeted only at the corporate market was self defeating. I told them that there are many...
Bottom line Any current BlackBerry users who have been waiting to upgrade to the Bold should definitely take the plunge, this is an excellent handset that does everything it should, and does it all very well. Competition is more fierce this time around though, with t...
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techtree.com
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:44
Finally after a long wait the Blackberry 9000 arrived in our Test Labs and I was glad I could now spend more time with this phone. After clearing out the issues between them and the government, RIM was able to bring life to their range of Blackberry h...
Good Great Looks, Good Build, Great Screen, Comfortable QWERTY keypad, DiVX/XviD playback, Good Battery Life, WiFi, Video Recording, Audio.
Bad 2MP camera, Expensive.
Bottom line The Blackberry Bold 9000 sells for Rs. 34,990 with a 1-year warranty. The phone is currently being sold through Blackberry network partners Airtel, Vodafone, BPL etc. Now more than just buying the phone, it would be ideal if you check which of them is...
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pcmag.com
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:44
Editors Note: The Rogers Blackberry Bold isnt eligible for our Editors Choice award because we havent reviewed competing Rogers smartphones.Unless youre one of PCMag.coms 350,000 Canadian readers, youll have to live in envy. The BlackBerry Bol...
Good Luxurious feel. Incredibly sharp screen. Integrated Office document editor.
Bad Expensive. Currently available only on Rogers Wireless in Canada. Web browser shows some rough edges. HTML e-mail requires server upgrade.
Bottom line RIMs next-generation BlackBerry Bold 9000 does for the boardroom what the iPhone does for the rec room...
80%
zath.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30 15:34:50
Of the three top smartphones that we have covered so far (Apple iPhone 3G, HTC Touch HD and the Nokia E71) none come from such a prestigious background as the Bold. Although ‘Blackberry’ only became mainstream in 2002 they did so in style soon winning...
Bottom line Blackberry really have produced a worthy addition to the Blackberry name with this phone which combines wonderful ergonomics with a beautiful design and an array of practical features. It’s versatility will suit business and home purposes alike and...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30 15:34:52
The eagerly awaited BlackBerry Bold 9000 continues RIMs legacy for qwerty smartphones - and may be its best yet. So here it is; the most anticipated BlackBerry handset to date. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 is a quad-band handset with both HSDPA (high s...
Bottom line As you may have guessed, we were impressed with this gorgeous smartphone. Often, when a device has been promised for some time, the hype leads to expectations that cant be met. Not so the BlackBerry Bold: in common with its rival, the iPhone 3G, its...
90%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06 16:15:58
RIM kicked off the whole push email thing, when only pin-striped business types owned its oversized handsets. Now that everyone is muscling in on its territory, though, it’s having to put a lot more effort into its hardware.And with the BlackBerry Bold...
Bottom line Brilliant ergonomics and admirable ease of use make this a great choice for those who need business email on the move...
83%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06 16:15:58
It’s ‘Bold’, boasts ‘industrial design’ and has ‘frets’ between the rows of its keys on the front. It seems that RIM has gone all Apple on us with the launch of its latest flagship smartphone. The Bold (also known as the 9000 series) follows major laun...
Bottom line Not the sleekest smartphone, but the screen, keyboard and battery life are all superb...
83%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06 16:16:00
The hotly anticipated BlackBerry Bold is finally here and were extremely impressed. RIMs latest device aims to end the idea that BlackBerrys are only for corporate users. To this end it offers a stunning display, a redesigned interface and a wealth o...
Good Design, display, QWERTY keyboard, user interface, voice quality, Wi-Fi, HSDPA-capable...
Bad Mediocre camera, questionable battery life...
Bottom line The Bold is by far the best BlackBerry yet and has very few flaws. A refreshing new interface, outstanding display and reasonable multimedia features are just some of what it has to offer. Most importantly, this superb device is great for both enterpr...
95%
phonearena.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 15:34:50
Research in Motion (RIM) is a Canadian manufacturer, known for the BlackBerry phones. Probably far and away the best handsets for mobile email, these smart phones are the suits’ favorite gadgets. However, being good at one thing only just won´t cut it...
Good Excellent keyboard (for its size and form factor), Looks great, Has good multimedia features...
Bad The screen is rather small for a phone hitting the market in 2009, The camera could have been better, The software hasn’t changed all that much and is still not user friendly...
Bottom line In a nutshell, we do like the Bold. If you are looking for a BlackBerry phone, this one is probably the best you can get, with great business and good multimedia features. However, unless you typically wear suits and not pajamas, you should take a look...
90%
infoworld.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 15:34:50
RIMs new flagship QWERTY handset has everything: AT&T 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, wide-aspect display, microSDHC memory expansion, Office document editing, video camera, media player, and Bluetooth stereo. Its the priciest BlackBerry but worth it for serious users...
85%
gadgetell.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 15:34:51
Our friends over at ChannelFlip.com took a look at the BlackBerry Bold. If you’ve been living under a rock, the BlackBerry Bold is RIM’s newest full QWERTY keyboard smartphone. It is also known as “Not the Storm.” Is this...
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mobilechoiceuk.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 15:34:51
It’s big but it’s also extremely clever. Related links BlackBerry Bold comes to Vodafone Orange wins BlackBerry Bold race Blackberry Bold mobile phone slated for release next month Blackberry Thunder mobile phone to feature Haptic technology Others to...
Good The BlackBerry Bold boasts a fabulous feature set, including HSDPA and A-GPS...
Bad It’s not exactly pocket friendly.Look and Feel...
Bottom line It’s big but it’s also extremely clever...
80%
gizmodo.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 15:34:51
If you were feverishly anticipating a cellphone this year, it was one of two phones: this is the other one. That's because the BlackBerry Bold is RIM's most powerful, polished handset ever. With 3G, a glossy new UI, a real web browser, serious har...
0%
askmen.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 15:34:51
With its stunning new display, and exciting innovative features, the BlackBerry Bold is designed to be the smartphone to end all smartphones. From speedy Wi-Fi use to GPS and BlackBerry Maps to a full suite of multimedia options, the BlackBerry Bold do...
65%
techworld.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 15:34:52
The eagerly awaited BlackBerry Bold 9000 continues RIM's legacy for qwerty smartphones - and may be its best yet.So here it is; the most anticipated BlackBerry handset to date. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 is a quad-band handset with both HSDPA (high spee...
Bottom line As you may have guessed, we were impressed with this gorgeous smartphone. Often, when a device has been promised for some time, the hype leads to expectations that can't be met. Not so the BlackBerry Bold: in common with its rival, the iPhone 3G, it's...
0%
gizmodo.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:27:59
We reviewed the BlackBerry Bold months ago when it was available everywhere in the civilized world except for the US, because it looked like it would arrive here shortly afterward. It didn't. Held up by the lack of proper immunization papers, it final...
0%
Laptopmag.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:01
You’ll pay a pretty penny for the Bold, but its top-notch screen, speed, and refreshed interface are well worth it.
Good Sleek industrial design, Good call quality, Fast processor, 3G and Wi-Fi, Clean user interface, Improved camera...
Bad Pricey, Relatively bulky and heavy...
Bottom line It was worth the wait. As befitting its name, there’s nothing subtle about the BlackBerry Bold. It’s the most elegant smart phone with a full keyboard we’ve ever laid eyes on, and its $299 price makes it the Bentley of devices in AT&T&rs...
80%
techworld.com
Updated:
2013-11-10 21:28:02
So here it is; the most anticipated BlackBerry handset to date. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 is a quad-band handset with both HSDPA (high speed downlink packet access) 3G and GPS navigation that its maker, Research In Motion, hopes will cause as much of a...
Bottom line RIM says this device is aimed at enterprise executives, entrepreneurs and discerning consumers. Most operators will be adding the handset to their lines, if they have not already done so...
0%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2014-01-03 18:47:44
I remember a conversation I had with the guys from RIM back in 2006 at the launch of the BlackBerry 7130g . I said that the company's insistence on creating devices targeted only at the corporate market was self defeating. I told them that there are many...
Bottom line Any current BlackBerry users who have been waiting to upgrade to the Bold should definitely take the plunge, this is an excellent handset that does everything it should, and does it all very well. Competition is more fierce this time around though, with t...
90%