RIM BlackBerry Bold 9900 ReviewBlackBerry Bold 9900 7
It’s time to take a look at T-Mobile’s new BlackBerry smartphone – the Bold 9900. Obviously, it’s the GSM cousin to the CDMA flavored Bold 9930 , but what separates it is the hefty $299.99 on-contract it’s flaunting and the support for T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network. Will this be the standout BlackBerry to own?
Without question, the Bold 9900 is by far one of the better looking and built BlackBerry smartphones of late. Of course, the iterative design improvements we see are dramatic since it’s sleek, attractive, and constructed out of fine materials.
RIM BlackBerry Bold 9900 is by far one of the better looking and built BlackBerry smartphones of late
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Sporting a 2.8 VGA (640x480) display, it’s undoubtedly refreshing to see the handset graced with a touchscreen for easier navigation. Taking into consideration its size and resolution, it’s no slouch in the detail department as well since it’s a pixel density pusher at 287 ppi. Brilliant on so many levels, it’s easily one of its main attractions!
Not to be outdone, it flaunts that iconic BlackBerry Bold keyboard and is easily by far one of the finest we’ve used. Speed typers will take pleasure in it the most since the layout is spacious, buttons are sufficiently sized, and the responsiveness of its keys are unbelievably amazing.
As for the rest, we’re presented with the usual assortment of ports and buttons. Flipping things around, we find its 5-megapixel with LED flash surrounding its distinguishable Bold branding. And of course, the glass-like battery cover, which protects the handset’s 1,230 mAh battery, SIM card slot, and microSD card, actually incorporates an NFC chip inside of it.
microUSB port and 3.5mm headphones connector
Volume keys and camera shutter
The sides of RIM BlackBerry Bold 9900
5MP camera with flash
Under the battery cover
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