Summary: Oh RIM! How far you have fallen. What was once your strongest and most exclusive features — simple, fast, reliable email and communications — have now become common and less of focus. Your hardware has become nothing more than minor refresh after minor refresh in an age of major advancements every 2-4 months. What on earth do you have to show? Today we’re got the BlackBerry Bold 9930 on Verizon Wireless.
Summary: The BlackBerry Bold 9930 is the best 'Berry yet. The 1.2 GHz processor, touchscreen/candybar combo, premium construction, and improved browser finally brings the brand up wto where it can effectively compete with Android and iOS. Even better, there's two other Torch models (9810 and 9850) with similar specs that will appeal to those that prefer different form factors. I'm not sure how they keep doing it, but the keyboard on the 9930 is the best one yet; it runs...
Pros: Fast processor; web browsing is significantly improved; keyboard is fantastic.
Cons: Small display; battery life is poor; aging operating system still pales in comparison to Android, iOS, and Windows Phone.
Summary: If you want the best business smartphone then look no further than the Blackberry Bold 9930 with it's perfect set of tools and industry leading keyboard, it will definitely be an essential part of...
Pros: Amazing Keyboard, Long Battery Life, Instant Camera Snapshots
Cons: Limited Apps Available, Customization is Limited
Summary: The BlackBerry Bold 9930 is the CDMA version of the long-awaited BlackBerry Bold 9900. RIM’s latest device brings back the styling of the BlackBerry Bold 9000 in a much updated form. The revamped keyboard mixed with a touchscreen is a killer combination.
Excerpt: The BlackBerry Bold 9930 is the successor to the original Bold and hopes to make an impact for Research in Motion (RIM). The once king of the smartphone market has lost its throne to the likes of the iPhone and Android, but does the updated Bold...
Conclusion: Sprint's version of the BlackBerry Bold 9930 is slightly different than its Verizon cousin, but the overall theme is the same: flashy, current-generation hardware, but yesterday's operating system and apps.