RIM BlackBerry 9780 Bold
Comes with BlackBerry OS 6, Excellent battery life, Better browser than older BlackBerrys, Can make calls over WiFi network.
Build quality, OS, battery life, audio, camera
As with all of RIM’s devices, the emailing credentials are top notch with push email and multiple account setup...
Excellent Battery Life, Light in weigh.
Good camera, Great price tag, Quick UI
The RIM BlackBerry Bold 9780 ships with BlackBerry OS 6. The smartphone offers double the flash memory and a higher-megapixel camera than the Bold 9700. There's also support for Wi-Fi calling.
Solid voice quality. Sharp screen. Wi-Fi calling. Syncs locally with PCs.
Solid construction, UMA WiFi calling, Fantastic battery life, Versatile keyboard
The BlackBerry Bold 9780 features a 5MP (megapixel) camera and video recording capabilities.
Design is almost identical to BlackBerry Bold 9700, OS 6 works better on touchscreen display, Small screen, Can't play highdefinition videos
Average battery life, Inaccuracy of the optical trackpad
Video recording, blackberry plan required to use full potential
While an improvement on previous operating systems, BlackBerry OS 6.0 just didn’t fit as well on a non-touch-screen deviceLook and Feel...
Not much of an upgrade, OS6 feels more suited for Touchscreen devices
Not a radical new Bold if you were expecting one, BlackBerry 6 still has a few kinks to be ironed, User cannot disable Horizontal views.
Hardware isn't much different from the Bold 9700.
Few apps. Poor Exchange support for consumers.
Unchanged design, Noisy looking photos in low lighting
OS 6 could be refined to suit non-touchscreen operation.
This multimedia cell phone provides a measly 512MB of internal memory.
By ConsumerSearch on May 01, 2011
Reviewers agree that the BlackBerry Bold 9780 is a solid phone, but most also say that it's not worth the upgrade for users of the Bold 9700 (*Est. $110 with contract). Sascha Segan at PCMag.com says T-Mobile subscribers who want a no-nonsense phone...-
By MobilesRoom on April 30, 2011
Seriously speaking if I were you at this moment, browsing through websites reading reviews with the cash plugged in my wallet, I would surely have bought it by now. It is definitely worth the price and its powered with many great apps and has a...83
By ITP.net on April 03, 2011
If you own the previous version of the Bold pass this by. If not and you're in need of a business phone with push e-mail and solid web functionality, the 9780 is worth your money....80
By Mobile-Review on March 31, 2011
I will end with a typical phrase of constant BB users that after one week of use you feel like getting the mail and other proprietary services as well. Despite the illogical menu the model makes you addicted even with all possible downsides. Do you...-
By FoneArena on March 28, 2011
The 9780 is a good device and comes across as a capable business phone with a no-nonsense attitude. It is certainly more pocketable and compact. The new OS does give the platform a refreshing look. The device manages email and messaging very well and...-
By AnandTech on March 25, 2011
Honestly, there isn’t much to talk about the Bold 9780 except for the fact that it is the first non-touchscreen BlackBerry device to come with version 6.0 of the BlackBerry OS. With Brian having done in-depth coverage of the BlackBerry Torch 9800...-
By Mobile88 on March 16, 2011
A great smartphone for communication and productivity purpose. ...-
By TechSmart.co.za on March 11, 2011
Research In Motion (RIM) hasn’t taken a step in a Bold (excuse the pun) new direction with the new 9780. Instead the Canadian smartphone manufacturer has enhanced what was good with the old Bold 9700 and addressed its issues. Same old, same old in...-
By CIOL on March 09, 2011
Blackberry 9780 might just looks like the previous bold series phones, but it features some serious changes under the hood in both software and hardware. Moreover, the Bold III feels sturdier and is more comfortable to use as well.The 9780 does not...-
By Good Gear Guide on February 28, 2011
For current BlackBerry users who aren't interested in a touchscreen device, the BlackBerry Bold 9780 comes highly recommended: it possesses a great keyboard, best-in-class e-mail capabilities and a refreshing new interface. However, it offers little...80