BlackBerry Bold 9700 Very Quick Review
Last year when Research In Motion first delivered the BlackBerry Bold smartphone it showed that business orientated handsets simply don’t have to be boring and the BlackBerry Bold screen used a new process which fused the screen to the outer glass which produced vivid colours reports the Telegraph.
The BlackBerry Bold sported a highly usable QWERTY keyboard that was inspired by guitar frets and also included 3G all this led Research In Motion to come up with the new BlackBerry Bold 9700 smartphone which also packs in 3G and WiFi.
If you are still surfing along on a consumer orientated BlackBerry Curve on 2G then you should upgrade to the BlackBerry Bold 9700 as the handset sports more memory, a longer battery life and a fast processor, and if you’re into music the BlackBerry Bold 9700 delivers up to 38 hours of music playback.
For those that use more hardcore activities the BlackBerry Bold 9700 smartphone promises up to 6 hours of talk time along with up to 17 hours of standby time.
Of course if you already use a BlackBerry Bold the need to upgrade to the 9700 isn’t that urgent, and they do say the original Bold’s screen is hard to beat; however previous Bolds handsets were a tad wide but the BlackBerry Bold 9700 strikes a balance between comfortable size and convenient wide keyboard.