Summary: 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.
Summary: A fully-fledged smartphone that boasts excellent connectivity features and a keyboard that’s very useable. The only issue is that the phone has fairly basic battery life especially when using its 3G connectivity.
Pros: Great LCD screen, attractive design, web browser formats pages quite well, WiFi and 3G support, swift performance.
Cons: Basic battery life, random freezes, keyboard isn’t as nice as that of the Curve, camera isn’t the greatest.
Excerpt: 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 platform. The long anticipated Blackberry Bold, exclusively from AT&T Wireless, is the latest in the evolution of the business-minded smartphone, and can be described in a few short words: Bigger, faster and stronger.
Pros: Sleek design; speedy 3G network; robust media offerings
Cons: Clunky web browser; average photo quality; expensive; various design quirks
Summary: BlackBerry fans will fall in love with the Bold; it’s fast, sports a stellar display, and offers a great e-mail experience and near-perfect keyboard. Although it costs $100 more than the 8GB iPhone, the Bold is much more of a business-class device, whereas the iPhone has more consumer appeal. The $199, Windows Mobile–powered Samsung Epix directly competes with the Bold in that it offers a physical keyboard, 3G and Wi-Fi, and a touchscreen.
Pros: Sleek industrial design, Good call quality, Fast processor, 3G and Wi-Fi, Clean user interface, Improved camera,
Excerpt: The Blackberry Bold , or Blackberry 9000, is the most hyped and anticipated Blackberry ever. The Bold is RIM’s attempt to merge an evolved Curve into something exciting and new and targeted for general and professional use or, as it is now called, the prosumer market. The Bold is a powerful and compelling device which offers a dynamic, 480 x 320 high resolution screen, a full Qwerty keypad, and an amazing 624MHz processor, all combining to deliver a first class user...
Summary: 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 corporate user with the BlackBerry mobile phone, however, private use of Internet and email on a mobile phone is becoming quite common, and the current BlackBerry product portfolio therefore now aims at a broader target group of regular consumers.