FCC blesses BlackBerry Bold

FCC blesses BlackBerry Bold
The FCC approved the BlackBerry Bold, RIM’s latest officially announced smartphone. This is the GSM with UMTS 850/1900 variant, which is what AT&T will offer. There is no new information, most documents are still hidden and although the model is marked as XXXX, the graph surely looks as the back of the Bold.

Now approved by the FCC, the Bold can finally be available for purchase. However, it is unsure as to when AT&T will offer it. Since the iPhone 3G is coming on Friday, BlackBerry should try to rush the Bold to come as soon as possible, in order to prevent Apple stealing more and more of their customers.

RIM BlackBerry Bold Specifications

source: FCC
FCC blesses BlackBerry Bold

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5 Comments

1. jrcrow unregistered

kool!..maybe worth switching from my BB Curve?

2. unregistered

If your have a Curve and not interested on the iPhone or any other touch screen, I think that this will be the right phone for you.

3. Bunny Bread unregistered

Lets discuss the features a little here. Wifi, higher resolution, faster CPU, leather back, 859MB memory, option for external flash memory (Up to 16Gigs), Camera with flash, A2DP bluetooth, and lets not for get a physical keyboard..... the only thing that it's missing is the Kitchen sink. It's no iPhone, but I do not have to sign a totally ridiculous... hey can I get some colon blow with that... and not to mention lets stick a bat wrapped in sand paper up my Pie hole please CONTRACT! Black Berry Bold is definitely the way to go.

4. SilentP unregistered

The Bold really looks great. However, it's only offered through AT&T and, no matter what the price, AT&T is not the way to go: service sucks, costs way too much for overseas use (if you can get a connection). Hey T-Mobile! Get in there!

5. Sharon realtor unregistered

How can I try a blackberry bold?

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