Excerpt: RIM fans throughout the UK have been eagerly waiting to get their hands on the BlackBerry Bold 9900. As well as featuring some design tweaks, it’s the first smartphone to run Blackberry OS 7, until the Torch 9860 and 9810 land later this year.
Excerpt: With the BlackBerry Bold 9900, RIM has taken a step forward in terms of screen technology - at VGA resolution (640 x 480) in a 2.8-inch frame, the clarity is breathtaking - be it web browsing, media viewing or just generally scrolling around the phone, the Bold 9900 manages to match the iPhone 4 in...
Conclusion: The BlackBerry Bold 9900 is an elegant phone with simple design and safety measures. The BBM service offers great performance as always. Instant Messaging, BlackBerry App world and many such applications have done justice to this bold series phone.
Excerpt: The Blackberry Bold 9900 is the newest touchscreen Blackberry and the thinnest model yet. The phone is constructed out of metal, making for a rugged and solid device ready for whatever might come its way.
Excerpt: RIM (Research In Motion) has come-up with a new GSM version of its BlackBerry Bold 9930 in the form of BlackBerry Bold 9900 . As compared to previous 9700 Bold Series, this Smartphone is bigger with large display screen and body.
Conclusion: The BlackBerry Bold 9900 is yet another good, solid workhorse of a BlackBerry phone that does most things fairly well, and excels at messaging, which is pretty much what the brand was built on.
Conclusion: The best BlackBerry Bold ever? Perhaps it is. The core features of BlackBerry are still compelling, the keyboard will let you skip over keys rattling out messages, with a rock of the thumb here and a glancing prod there, in ways that only BlackBerry users understand.
Pros: Keyboard, email, improved browser, great display
Cons: Battery not great, some signs of lag and loss of finger tracking, camera performance behind average, apps selection not as comprehensive as big rivals