Latest set of photos capture the BlackBerry Bold 9800 Slider in high detail

Latest set of photos capture the BlackBerry Bold 9800 Slider in high detail
One would expect that the HTC EVO 4G would be ingrained into the minds of people this weekend as consumers are now able to touch and feel up close the sweet design of the handset. Come Monday though, the next generation iPhone will undoubtedly become the center of attention when it comes to handset designs. While some people ooze in anticipation for that day, they can repress those urges with these detailed images of the BlackBerry Bold 9800 Slider that truly makes an impression as every nook and cranny are meticulously captured. At this point, we've seen our fair share of images regarding the upcoming touch BlackBerry smartphone, but never before have we been treated to such awe-inspiring photos that perfectly capture the beauty and elegance of this device. If pictures are worth a thousand words, then this upcoming device will surely have a lot to say when it's officially revealed to the masses.

RIM BlackBerry Bold 9800 Preliminary Specifications

source: via CrackBerry



1. ace1122

Posts: 237; Member since: Mar 23, 2009

I'm suprised nobody commented on this yet but it looks like a decent phone to me. Better than i expected so far!

2. Doakie

Posts: 2478; Member since: May 06, 2009

I'll comment. I also think it's a great looking phone. The only problem I see is being AT&T exclusive. ATT has the iPhone already which is their most popular, go-to smartphone. Verizon has their Droid series. Sprint now has their Evo. Seriously they should have made a version of this phone for every carrier one on cdma, tmo bands and att bands. That way all the BB users on ALL networks once they urge to try a touch screen phone after their BB contract is up is still able to stay in the BB line up. The BB keyboard is the draw of BB devices, they still have that in this phone. As long as the OS isnt stupid they should have a winner here. But they need to drop the exclusive agreement with ATT and bust ass to make one for each carrier. That will save RIM a lot of customers who were planning on jumping ship. Especially at a time where Verizon might get an iphone in the fall or sometime soon. RIM has to look at how to attract and lock people into a 2 year with their touchscreen phone before you see the masses of verizon blackberry users picking up iphones when it comes out. I think these phone manufacturers need to hire consultants that are cell phone obsessed people to chime in on their market moves.

3. modernkoro

Posts: 25; Member since: Jan 27, 2010

it comes with SUREPRESS??? i just hate my STORM.

4. tuminatr

Posts: 1123; Member since: Feb 23, 2009

I dont think it does, and this looks like the nicest of the blackberrys

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