BlackBerry Bold - black (AT&T)
Manufacturer: BlackBerry Part number: BOLDBLKATT
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- For those who waited, the RIM BlackBerry Bold won't disappoint. The Bold impresses with its brilliant display, enhanced productivity tools, and excellent multimedia performance to deliver a more powerful and well-rounded smartphone to mobile professionals.
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CNET editors' review
price range: $104.99 - $134.99
- Reviewed by: Bonnie Cha
- Reviewed on: 10/30/2008
- Released on: 11/04/2008
The good: The RIM BlackBerry Bold boasts one of the sharpest displays we've seen on a smartphone and offers great multimedia performance. The smartphone also brings HSDPA support, more productivity tools, and an updated OS. Other goodies include Wi-Fi; GPS; Bluetooth; and strong e-mail support with full QWERTY keyboard.
The bad: The Bold is a bit bulky and expensive. The Web browser isn't as easy to navigate as the competition.
The bottom line: For those who waited, the RIM BlackBerry Bold won't disappoint. The Bold impresses with its brilliant display, enhanced productivity tools, and excellent multimedia performance to deliver a more powerful and well-rounded smartphone to mobile professionals.
A reviewer that used the iPhone before buying the Bold
by morningrise11 on November 11, 2008
Pros: GPS, screen, keyboard, loud speakers
Cons: Battery life is terrible. Browser could use work.
Summary: There are some reviewers that are jumping to compare this to the iPhone. I have the feeling that some haven't used the Bold before writing their review. I switched ...
Summary: There are some reviewers that are jumping to compare this to the iPhone. I have the feeling that some haven't used the Bold before writing their review. I switched from the iPhone (from the original but used 3G phone a lot as well). I haven't regretted the decision (yet?)...Update: I turned off Wi-Fi on my Bold. The battery life has increased by about 200%. Now I can easily go through 2 days on normal use without charging. I would like to keep Wi-Fi on but its not reasonable to do so. Truth is, that with 3G, I don't really need wi-fi since I don't use the Bold for heavy browsing or video streaming too often.
The Bold does everything that I wanted my iPhone to do. MMS, copy/paste, true push email/IM, video camera, a GOOD, LOUD speakerphone and GPS. That is what I needed out of my phone and the Bold delivered where the iPhone fell short.
However, the Bold does lack in plenty places where the iPhone shines. First thing to come to mind is the browser. Safari is simply perfect. While the Bold's browser could use some work. If you only browse sparingly (like I do) the Bold is just fine.
Same goes with the media player on the Bold. The iPhone is better for heavy users of video, music and photos. Personally, I don't do that too much. I may have only watched video on my iPhone a dozen times in the year I was using it. I only need an iPod for the gym and photos are mostly just the ones I take on the phone itself. So the Bold works for me here just fine. I used the music player at the gym without any issues. I was able to navigate my music easily and sound quality is on par from what I was getting with the iPhone. Without headphones plugged in the Bold's speakers were significantly louder than the iPhone was. This goes with speakerphone on calls and ringtones.
Video is as crisp as it is on the iPhone. Iphone has the bigger screen of course. Youtube is available on the Bold as well.
As far as apps go, all I have installed is IM+, Gtalk, Facebook, ESPN, CNBC and NY Times. As far as choices go the iPhone wins with the app store. As far as having actual productive applications I'd go with the Bold. Simply because I'm always connected to IM and can get push messages.
If you need a phone that is used mostly for messaging (email, IM, SMS, MMS) then I'd be hard pressed to not go with the Bold. If you want the bells and whistles (superb multimedia, safari, plethora of games) then the iPhone is best suited for you.
A big negative with the Bold is the battery life. I charge it every night. From 8 to 5 I'm rarely using it. May send a few messages but that is all. It mostly stays in standby. BUT my office is shady with service and the phone is constantly going from no service to some service. This may affect battery life. In the evening I'm making more calls and messaging a lot more. I'm also using the media player for 30 mins to 1 hour a day. The Bold needs to be charged every night. My iPhone easily rattled off 2-3 days without an issue and some lighter usage.
In the end, for me, the Bold does everything I NEED to do and does it perfectly. It also does everything I WANT to do just fine but not as well as the iPhone does. Meanwhile, the iPhone is unable to do a lot of the things I need from my phone.
Updated on Nov 17, 2008
Updated on Jan 29, 2009My review seemed to help a lot of people so I wanted to update everyone on how my BOLD experiance has been.
It has been pretty much flawless. The phone is do everything that I need it to do and I am having no issues with it. It works great for my daily usage which is mostly text/IM/email.
As I said in my first review, I don't use the browser much. If I was a heavy browser, I would have issues with it. After using Safari for over a year, the Blackberry Browser just fails in comparasion. On its own, it gets the job done. Typically, I use it to get the phone number or address of someplace. A Google search for that take about a minute. Nothing to complain about. It just isn't logical for heavy browsing.
I use Google maps often since I don't want to pay for GPS. It works like a charm.
Apps that I use are: CNBC, ESPN, Facebook and Reuters news. All work flawlessly. However, I am disappointed with the Facebook app compared to the versatile Facebook app for the iPhone.
Updated on Jan 29, 2009I'll add another update since I can only have 1000 characters at a time:
As for multimedia: I rarely use YouTube but when I do it works cleanly. Pictures come out sharp since the phone has a flash included. I use the music player for about an hour a day at the gym. It is quick and easy. Getting songs loaded onto it is a breeze as well, just drag and drop.
Issues that I have is that AIM will cut out when service is poor. I mentioned in my first review that service in my office is bad. For some reason, I've been getting 2-3 bars now with few problems. With the Iphone I was getting 0 or 1 bar. I know that what phone you have should not affect service so take from that what you will.
Other than that the phone rarely freezes and when it does it needs a battery pull. This happens once a week. I also rarely experiance any lag.
All in all, I'm still impressed with the Bold. I want to thank everyone for reading and I hope this helps.
161 out of 163 users found this user opinion helpful.
I actually own one.
by big99gt on November 12, 2008
Pros: Great screen, great battery life, its not a windows mobile device. Love the music player and there are ways around a blackberry data plan.
Cons: None really. Its pretty big but that gives more room for buttons and the large screen.
Summary: Unlike most of the people on here bashing this phone. I own one! I hated my DUO and my Blackjack 2, I can't stand windows mobile devices and the ...
Summary: Unlike most of the people on here bashing this phone. I own one! I hated my DUO and my Blackjack 2, I can't stand windows mobile devices and the poor battery life that comes with them, I also dislike the fact that all of my windows devices didn't make very good phones. And why is it that none of the employees at the local AT&T stores use iPhones? And why do the people that work with all these phones dislike it so much? I've tried 5 different phones lately in my search for the one that does everything I want it to do and the Bold is the only phone I've EVER owned that I would pay to have repaired or replaced. I'm done searching, I found the best device for me. Sorry I can't give an uninformed review of other devices that I've never owned, but I guess that I'm just not like everyone else. The Bold has a large vibrant screen, easy to use well placed keyboard, the clearest loudest speaker of any phone I've used. NO ITUNES to deal with and you can use the browsers with a regular AT&T data plan ( $15 a month for unlimited data). It also comes with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, so after you drag and drop your music onto your installed micro SD memory card, all you have to do is plug in your headphones and go. I'm sick of music phones that don't have a headphone jack or USB cable, whats the point? I've tried the LG VU and I wasn't impressed (I couldn't text with it to save my life). So I guess I'm saying that I don't like touch screens. The point of all this is that I feel that the Bold is the best phone I've ever ownwed and I won't be switching ant time soon.
41 out of 45 users found this user opinion helpful.
Best smart phone I've owned
by cpetry on December 20, 2008
Pros: Fast processor (StrongARM 624MHz w/FULL MMX)
Blackberry Operating System (stable, fast, etc)
QWERTY Keyboard is fantastic
HD Screen (it looks great!)
Expandable Memory (for music, videos, etc)
A2DP Support (Stereo Music)
Cons: No Touchscreen? (That's about the only feature it needs now.. it has everything else)
Summary: I've owned an iPhone for 2 years, and the iPhone 3G for 6 months or so. I got sick of not being able to do simple operations, such as ...
Summary: I've owned an iPhone for 2 years, and the iPhone 3G for 6 months or so. I got sick of not being able to do simple operations, such as cut-paste, forwarding sms, and ironically stereo bluetooth.
This phone has a fast processor, faster than the iPhone, with full MMX, which makes it an amazing multimedia smartphone. I can play music, through my stereo bluetooth headset, in the background, and multitask on the device, such as browse the web, text, use instant messenger, etc.
It has expandable memory, which an iPod, iPhone, etc, doesn't have.
I was rebooting my iPhone due to memory leaks daily, I haven't had to do that with RIM's OS yet.. It just works, period.
Another point - you can add insurance to this device, if you buy a glass iPhone, you're on your own should something happen to it.
E-mail on this device is true push email, with no delays, ever, it works, same with the MMS, and SMS functions.
I can share my ring tones via bluetooth to other devices that support it.
This device supports so much, I just can't list it all.
The only thing it doesn't have it a touchscreen, and it doesn't really need it, because everything is indexed, all you have to do is press F, and you can search. You can search your music, a web page, etc, and it's instant. It also supports type selection, which is faster than anything you can do with a touchscreen.
22 out of 22 users found this user opinion helpful.
Much Better than Expected! Great Phone
by ClarkWells on November 10, 2008
Pros: Screen, Keyboard, New Operating System, Video Streaming, Viewing of Full web Pages, Editing and viewing of .DOC, .XLS, .PPT. Saving of documents in a email attachment for later use, GPS is fantastic, Bluetooth tethering.
Cons: A little bit larger than i am used to, But still not as big as i thought it was going to be!
Summary: This is my 3rd blackberry (7130, Curve, Bold) and i must say i can't get over how nice it is. I am a dedicated "Fanboy" to RIM but in ...
Summary: This is my 3rd blackberry (7130, Curve, Bold) and i must say i can't get over how nice it is. I am a dedicated "Fanboy" to RIM but in the past i have been so dedicated because of the "Seamless" email and enterprise server integration, along with the traditional and QWERTY keyboards that RIM usually has.
This blackberry has reestablished my love for RIM. I really have new reason to love Blackberry. With this model i no longer have to place all of my love on email integration and keyboards, I have now been intoduced to a truly beautiful smartphone experience. I mean this thing is gorgeous. The new BB OS is just beautiful to look at and is very intuitive.
The upgraded BB Browser is a much welcomed addition. The ability to use it to look at full web pages (although it still falls short of the iPhone) is very much improved and i think that it will be sufficient for the average user. If you are looking for more browsing enhancements, just download Opera MINI and you are off and running in seconds viewing web pages like you would on your computer.
The ability to play YouTube and other videos on-line is just awesome. with the great 3G and Wifi you get on this thing, you will find that you can stream youtube videos within seconds. It is very nice.
The 3G has worked very well for me so far. I have had no problems and it loads pages very very fast. I have had EDGE on all of my previous phones and must say that 3G is worlds ahead of EDGE.
Google Maps has been awesome. When you use Google Maps it uses the phones GPS to "Pinpoint" your location. It has been extremely accurate for me. I got on Google maps and went outside and stood next to my basketball goal that i could see on Google maps and then had it refresh my location and it was Absolutely spot-on. the screen says " Accurate within 3 meters" but it was more like 1 meter for me. I Really love this feature. no more "Your position within 1500 meters" for me!!!
Bluetooth has been great so far to! I have an ASUS EEE PC and i am using my bluetooth to tether my BB Bold and my Laptop together to use my bolds 3G internet to use the internet on my laptop and it has worked flawlessly!
The Calendar is also much improved! Although they haven't gone "Above and Beyond" with the calendar, it is much nicer than on previous models. It also is working seamlessly with Google Sync to sync my phones calendar to my Google Calendar. Cant ask for more!
The New BB desktop software is much nicer also. It will sync my music, videos, and pictures quickly to my device and will also allow custom ring tones. All the while keeping my phone numbers, emails and everything in SYNC with outlook like i have come to depend on.
Overall this phone is incredible. I really just cant get over the sharpness of the screen. The durable feel of the device itself, The new gorgeous Operating System, and all of the new features that i am really not used to in a Blackberry. I wouldn't trade this phone for any other!!!!!!!!! GO buy one now!
16 out of 16 users found this user opinion helpful.
Best Blackberry yet
by chall8 on November 9, 2008
Pros: Form factor, keyboard, display, fast internet, e-mail, GPS
Cons: Browser could use work.
Summary: First off, given the phone I upgraded from (Blackberry 8700), it's amusing to me that so many are complaining about the Bold's size. For me it couldn't ...
Summary: First off, given the phone I upgraded from (Blackberry 8700), it's amusing to me that so many are complaining about the Bold's size. For me it couldn't feel any better in my hand, so I think this is just a personal preference thing. A few months ago I had considered upgrading to the Curve, but it just felt too small. I also looked at the iPhone (a few times as I waited for the Bold to release), and while it's a beautiful phone it just felt a little too thin. Again a lot of this is just personal preference, but for a phone with a full keyboard I think the Bold is the perfect size.
Under the hood, the Bold's OS really isn't that different than my 2.5 year old 8700. Same menu structures, typical BB intuitive commands where you want them; but everything just looks a lot "snazzier". If you're a current BB user you won't necessarily be wowed, but you'll appreciate the cleaner look.
The display really is quite amazing. Email is still king. I haven't hooked up the GPS with a service yet (am deciding between Telnav ($10 per month through AT&T) or Garmin which has a one-time $99 program specifically for Blackberries).
The Internet is quite a bit quicker, too. If Web surfing is what you're really looking for in a mobile device then I'd probably consider an iPhone or other device. But for what I do on the Internet (catch up on news/sports when I have downtime such as when waiting in an airport, in a hotel, or maybe having lunch) the Bold is more than adequate (on a scale of 1-10, while I'd give my old 8700 a 5 or 6 I'd give the Bold a 7 or 8). The browser could still use some work, but again it's a step up from where I came from so I'm not complaining too much.
In summary, I've very pleased with the upgrade and think the Bold will serve me well for the next couple of years until the next generation is out.
16 out of 17 users found this user opinion helpful.
by katshu on December 29, 2008
Pros: It does what I need it to do, and does it well
Cons: It's a little masculine, but that can be rectified
Summary: Just a foreword... I am not one of the asshats that seem to be trolling the cnet reviews page. What does that mean?? That means that I actually purchased and ...
Summary: Just a foreword... I am not one of the asshats that seem to be trolling the cnet reviews page. What does that mean?? That means that I actually purchased and have used a BlackBerry Bold and I am not posting because I am "anti-BB" or because I have a freak obsession with Steve Jobs. Having said that, here is my review:
I am yet another iPhone owner who went to the BlackBerry Bold. I have never owned a BlackBerry before, so I can't say that all berries are this good, but I love the Bold. In complete honestly, I think that the whole "iPhone vs. BlackBerry Bold" debate will always boil down to personal preference. In my experience (had the original iPhone for a year...just didn't think enough of it to try the 3G) the iPhone had a GREAT browser and some fabulous apps. That's about all it's got going for it. In terms of call quality, the Bold wins. Maybe it's just me, but the calls are clearer on my Bold. As far as email goes, there is no competition. I had no idea what I was missing by not having a BlackBerry. All of my email accounts are pushed, not just the Yahoo as it was with the iPhone. Typing on the Bold keyboard is unbelievably easy and quick. The screen on the Bold is smaller than the iPhone, but much clearer/crisper. The Bold screen is just beautiful. The music player on the Bold is fine for me...different UI than the iPhone of course, but more than sufficient. I had a lot of issues with the ringer/notifier volume on the iPhone, but the Bold is wonderful. On the "High" setting, it can be almost too loud.
As for little things that irritate me on the Bold...the LCD will scratch VERY easily. I would recommend purchasing a screen protector right away. The battery life seems to be a little less than the iPhone, but it's no huge thing...I put it on the charger every night and it gets me through the day fine.
I wish the phone were a little cheaper, but I paid $399 for the iPhone when I got it so $299 for the Bold isn't that bad. :o) After using it for a couple of weeks I can say that, if you are looking for a device to mostly just surf the web and listen to music, then maybe a different phone is for you. However, if you are looking for something that can surf the web (comfortably, if not beautifully), listen to music, watch videos AND make lots of calls and do a lot of emailing then I would say that the BlackBerry Bold would be great for you.
11 out of 11 users found this user opinion helpful.
The Bold is worth the wait
by barc24 on November 13, 2008
Pros: 1. Phone Quality is great
2. Email can't be beat
3. Nice User Interface
4. 3G and WIFI a plus+++
Cons: 1. A little bulky reminds me of the old blueberry (7290)
Summary: The people who bash this phone typically have not used it or seen it yet. The bold is great. The complaint from most people is that you need two browsers (...
Summary: The people who bash this phone typically have not used it or seen it yet. The bold is great. The complaint from most people is that you need two browsers (one for 3G ; one for WIFI). The easy solution is to download Opera Mini (better browser anyways).
Picture quality is good ; email is the best ; phone quality is really, really good.
I used to have the iPhone and bold is a true business device where the iPhone is more of a consumer device.
8 out of 8 users found this user opinion helpful.
Best of the true business phones
by khanam1 on November 10, 2008
Pros: 1. Much better battery life than i expected
2. Beautiful screen
3. Fast 3g/wifi
4. Many useful apps that extend its usefulness (Viigo, WSJ reader, etc)
5. Incredible stereo speakers - spectacular!
Cons: 1. Bulky
2. Screen size is small
3. Still has the thumbwheel (I break them often bcs of heavy use)
4. Despite big processor etc, still no true 3g skype client (unlike say fring for the Nokia N95) - hopefully this gets solved soon.
Still the best heavy business use smartphone.
I work in investment management and we are addicted to our crackberries but I have yet to come across any businessphone which ...
Still the best heavy business use smartphone.
I work in investment management and we are addicted to our crackberries but I have yet to come across any businessphone which comes remotely close to the bold in terms of its functionality and ease of use. I own an iphone and an N95 as well and while i like the iphone too as a personal phone, I tried to use it for business purposes and realized that for heavy business use (say 2-3 thousand emails a day of which you reply to 200-300), it was useless. Treos and other business phones are edged out decisively in my opinion. The battery life was a welcome positive surprise after seeing my iphone die mid day because of too many push emails. The bold lasts me a full day on an overnight charge. The keyboard is definitely better than earlier blackberry offerings too especially for people like me who use both thumbs to type fast.
I do not like the back cover that most other people seem to. It looks kind of wierd to me. However, it does help with the grip on the phone. The camera is crappy - somehow colours are dull and its hard to click a shot without the image looking blurry. Did not need a camera but since its there I want it to be better. The iphone wins hands down on this and other media aspects although the bold's video display is the best around and crystal clear - its too small to give it an edge over the iphone.
I have been waiting to get true Voip over 3g capability and a skype client along with that in a business phone - while this one has the right processor speed and other attributes - I have not come across apps that currently make skype work on the bold like it would on a pc or even an N95. The Truphone app does work but it requires wifi. I hv used fring and truphone on an N95 and while the call qualities were not great, true mobile voip is a must have thing for me. So I wait patiently.
Unlike most bluetooth phones, the bold supports rSAP bluetooth protocol (not a very well known fact) so for those of you who have volkswagen/audi/bentley cars which dont work with other bluetooth phones, this is one of the few good business phones out there which actually work with your car. While rSAP is the most secure bluetooth technology out there, its not as convenient as regular bluetooth so you have to copy numbers from your address book to the sim card to start with and the initial pairing process has to be done correctly (Have the bold "Listen" for your car, dont "search" for it). But it has worked like a charm in my car after that so that was a big plus.
Finally I would like Blackberries to support Spiralfrog / Rhapsody Windows Media DRM files like the N95 or Sony Walkman phones support. Free legal music and it works only on some phones? The built in media player is ok but it works only with non DRM files. Why pirate music when you can get it for free (even if its with DRM)?
8 out of 8 users found this user opinion helpful.
by mwoody2950 on November 12, 2008
Pros: The screen quality is fantastic. Touch pad has a good feel and like the backlit keys when needed. Enjoy the mouse. Has the feel of durablility, looks classy.
Cons: The vibrate feature is weaker than what I'm used to. The price is little steep, but do you want a Lexus or do you want a Kia.
Summary: First I want to comment that I read over the negative reviews and noticed that all of them have one theme to promote the iphone (check it out). My point ...
Summary: First I want to comment that I read over the negative reviews and noticed that all of them have one theme to promote the iphone (check it out). My point being is that the rating is much better than the cnet average is showing. The 9000 is simply a sturdy and well thought out instrument for both business and personal use. I'm going to be using mine for personal only. I'm on a steep learning curve with this being my first smartphone and am having a blast. It's only user friendly for those of us that have some background in advance cell phone and know their way around a computer enviroment. I played with all the different smartphones for about two months before finally deciding on the 9000.What sold me was the fabulous screen definition and clarity, the overall feel of the keypad for my touch. I do not mind it's size and actually like how it feels in my hand. To me it feels tough and durable. My poor wife is drooling over this phone but she will have to wait one more year.
7 out of 7 users found this user opinion helpful.
The Blackberry Bold: Exactly What You Need to Know
by devans1121 on December 16, 2008
Pros: screen, keeps lots of messages, great video playback, GREAT keyboard, fun games, good applications
Cons: battery lasts two days without charging
Summary: I got this phone without a data plan, and i still love it! the keyboard is AMAZING!! i type on it probably 30 wpm and texting is a breeze. This ...
Summary: I got this phone without a data plan, and i still love it! the keyboard is AMAZING!! i type on it probably 30 wpm and texting is a breeze. This phone has a GREAT messaging software that is the same as other blackberrys, but this being my first blackberry, i was blown away! the camera is adequate and features zoom and effects, with flash thankfully! The videos are crisp and clean and the pictures are great! VERY easy and stylish interface and GREAT phone! I love having the ability to plug it in to the computer and transfer my old files onto it-- which although small, makes a huge difference in phones! i LOVE the clock application and use bedside mode every night! the external speakers are the best i've ever seen on any phone, and it comes preloaded with all sorts of ringtones. brickbreaker is an addicting game so prepare to constantly be on your phone. Since I do not have data, I am unable to review GPS, the browser, and other third party applications. However, I find myslef frequently using the applications that, although basic, are very necessary, such as tasks, calendar, clock, word, excel, powerpoint, etc. One thing that i wish the phone had, however, is that i wish it would tell me the total amount of text message in my inbox. I find myself having to use the "search" to find out how many texts I have sent in a particular day. a very small detail, but still something that other phones have that i would like. the battery is adequate, and just using the phone, you can have it last you a long time. however, i send a lot of picture and video messages and take a lot of pictures and videos so my battery may not last as long as other peopl may experience with there phone. I also keep my phone in standby mode when it is not going to be in use for a whie. this phone charges SUPER fast though, charging from nothing to full in almost an hour! cases can be bought for about $10 depending on the kind, but i truthfully prefer it without the case. I LOVE the blinking LED light on the front that tells you if you have a missed call or new text message. This is a GREAT feature although after a while it stops blinking. The settings are almost endless! the possibilities you have blow me away! i have created profiles so that whenever certain people text me it will say their names. I also have figured out how to make seperate picture folders to divide your pictures, and then only show certain ones and keep the rest "hidden" so that only you can access them when you want to, otherwise no one else can see them. Its nice so that i can organize them better! im still trying to figure out how to do that with video though. Overall, this phone is great and i would definately reccommend it to anyone! I cannot stress enough how great the keyboard is and how easy it is to type, even with little experience.
If you are looking into getting a phone, definately take a look at the RIM Blackberry Bold, as it is simply the best, most advanced, fully featured phone today!
6 out of 6 users found this user opinion helpful.
- Manufacturer: BlackBerry
- Part number: BOLDBLKATT
- Description: Power the passions you pursue with a smartphone that expresses your style and simplifies your life. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 smartphone embodies elegant design - without sacrificing the features or functionality you expect from a premium smartphone. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 smartphone works with your organization's BlackBerry Enterprise Solution to provide corporate-strength functionality, including enhanced security features and easier access to company information. Unlike traditional mobile phones, the BlackBerry Bold smartphone can be centrally managed and supported by IT departments. Remote address book look-up, single mailbox integration and push delivery of date from corporate applications are just a few of the features available.
- Packaged Quantity 1
- Product Type BlackBerry
- Form Factor Bar
- Integrated Components Voice recorder,
- Width 2.6 in
- Depth 0.6 in
- Height 4.5 in
- Weight 4.8 oz
- Body Color Black
- Technology WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM
- Band WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900
- Mobile Broadband Generation 3G
- Service Provider AT&T
- Operating System BlackBerry Handheld Software
- Application Software Organizer,
- Input Device(s) Keyboard
- Phone Navigation Buttons Trackball
Messaging & Internet
- Cellular Messaging Services SMS,
- Data Transmission HSDPA,
- Wireless Interface Bluetooth 2.0,
- Communication Features Internet browser,
Mobile Email client
- Phone Functions Vibrating alert
- Supported Digital Audio Standards MP3,
- Clock Speed 624 MHz
- ROM 128 MB - Flash
- User Memory 1 GB
- Supported Flash Memory Cards microSDHC,
- Sensor Resolution 2 megapixels
- Camera Light Source Flash
- Digital Video Formats H.264,
- Features Video recording
- GPS Navigation GPS receiver
- Type LCD display
- Technology TFT Transmissive
- Display Resolution 320 x 480 pixels
- Color Depth 16-bit (65000 colors)
- Connector Type Headset jack,
- Technology Lithium ion
- Capacity 1500 mAh
- Run Time Details Talk - up to 270 min,
Standby - up to 324 hour(s)
- Compliant Standards Triple DES,
- Included Accessories Power adapter , Stereo headset,
- Also Included 1 GB