Rogers Wireless BlackBerry 9700 Bold
Superior Keyboard, 3G, GPS & WiFi Support, DivX/XviD Support, Excellent EMail Services, Simple to Use UI, Optical Trackpad, Classy Looks, Very Good Battery Life
Good build, compact, lightweight, sharp screen, optical trackpad, 3.5mm jack, 3MP AF camera, smoother OS, talktime, DivX & XviD support
Excellent form factor. Razor-sharp screen. Good keyboard. Solid call quality.
Super fast OS, Plenty of media support, Excellent audio quality, Good camera, Good Battery Life
Attractive, slimmeddown design, Excellent, ergonomic keyboard.
Sleek design, Optical trackpad for easy navigation, Brilliant, highresolution display, Excellent business functionality, Responsive QWERTY keyboard, Unlimited WiFi calls on TMobile version.
Near-perfect design. Beautiful display. Great voice quality. Robust media sync options. Excellent battery life.
Solid and well made. Compact design. User-friendly and easy-to-set-up push email service. Tactile QWERTY. Vivid display. Integrated 3.5mm headphone jack
Optical trackpad, Solid build quality, Landline-like voice quality, Tack-sharp screen, Longest battery life of all BlackBerrys
Good multimedia features and great messaging experience. UMA WiFi calling is a big plus on TMobile version.
Perfect QWERTY keyboard, best email support on the market, super responsive trackpad. ...
Excellent design, continues the classic trend of the previous Bold, Keypad has improved, with texture to add to the ease of typing, Optical track pad has replaced the trackball, and now supports swipe gestures, 256 mb RAM, and faster processor, Screen
Slimmer looks, UMA calling, Decent battery life
Good multimedia skills, solid call properties, good pocketability and durability
Trackpad a much better input than the trackball, Higherresolution screen, 3G for TMobile users, WiFi calling and visual voicemail (on TMobile/Rogers), Significantly improved camera for still shots, Clear calling on 3G and WiFi, Capable if unspectacular em
Great battery life. Well organized inbox aggregates all incoming messages. UMA calling is very convenient. ...
Beautiful industrial design, Comfortable keyboard, Wi-Fi calling, Sharp 3.2-MP camera
The RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700 boasts a sleeker design that includes an optical trackpad, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a brilliant display. The smartphone is 3G capable and offers Wi-Fi with UMA support, Bluetooth, and GPS. It also gets a faster processor...
Expensive, App Store Doesn't Offer Enough, Depends on Blackberry Service Too Much
No FM tuner, last row of keys smaller, missing accelerometer & compass, need to purchase document editor
Browser still needs help. Not a big jump up from earlier models.
No Maps for GPS, Still no Flash support for browser
Camera is just average, Browser can't compete with other top phones
Small 2.4inch display, Tired user interface, Sluggish browser, Limited apps
Middling browser. Buggy video player. Lacks the T-Mobile version's unlimited Wi-Fi calling.
Average camera and video capture resolution. App Store still a bit threadbare
Keyboard potentially too small for larger fingers, Slow browser
Slow web surfing even with 3G.
Limited customisation possible.Look and Feel...
Improved camera, with 3.2 megapixels but still on the low side comparitively, Screen is quite small
Unchanged design, Poor signal connection
Trackpad takes getting used to, feels too small to be a Bold
BlackBerry OS 5.0 still at times ungainly, Poor video capture, Internet, GPS and media no longer classleading, App World not as extensive or as easy as iPhone's App Store.
Interface still bland, poorly organized. Web browser lags behind competition. Lacks some necessary software, including turn-by-turn GPS navigation. ...
OS feels a bit stale, Mediocre Web browser
The BlackBerry browser doesn't compare to the competition. The handset's compact size results in a smaller display and keyboard, but they aren't deal-breakers.
By BrightHub on May 24, 2011
The BlackBerry smartphones have always impressed me as business phone. To be honest I never really thought that I'd be owning and using one. But then I did took the plunge and got it. And I never regret my making that decision. The BlackBerry...100
By About.com on November 22, 2010
After lots of publicity and plenty of delays, the BlackBerry Bold is here. Touted as RIM's answer to Apple's iPhone, the Bold offers 3G service, Wi-Fi support, built-in GPS, music and video players, and an absolutely gorgeous screen. Overall,...90
By Expert Reviews on July 09, 2010
A smart, well-made phone with top business credentials, the Bold 9700 can be a pain to set up correctly, and doesn't offer a large screen or a wide variety of apps...60
By MobilesRoom on May 04, 2010
If you are looking something interesting to make your outings full of life, it is the time to get a BlackBerry Bold 9700 to be live with your holiday pack.The first 3G BlackBerry of T-mobiles’ BlackBerry Bold 9700 is the best and smart one in the...-
By VR-Zone on April 07, 2010
VR-Zone.com is over in Taipei for the COMPUTEX 2010 Pre-show International Press Conference. The annual COMPUTEX tradeshow is the de-facto Information Communications Technology (ICT) tradeshow attended by global businesses and media. We arrived at...87
By PCWorld India on April 01, 2010
The Blackberry Bold 9700 is priced at Rs. 31,990 and that definitely takes it into the high-end segment. However, with that high price-tag comes excellent performance and features, a well-executed navigation system and nothing that is less than...86
By ITP.net on March 07, 2010
The Bold 2 9700 is an improvement over its predecessor but basic battery life and a few quirks are still thorns in its side....60
By TechTree on March 05, 2010
The Blackberry Bold 9700 costs Rs. 31,990 (MRP) with a one-year warranty. Now this pricing may seem quite high but if you are an existing Blackberry user and are looking for an upgrade this has to be your choice. If you already own the older Bold...80
By TechSmart.co.za on March 03, 2010
The BlackBerry Bold 9700 carries all the features you want from a respectable smartphone. Build quality is up there with the best of them, while the ease of email set-up and messaging capabilities of this BlackBerry are just top-notch. Unfortunately...-
By What Mobile on March 01, 2010
The first Bold was big and had a battery that needed daily charges, but it was still the best BlackBerry model in the range; thanks to the beautiful high-res screen and an almost perfect keyboard. It didn’t have the best camera and the 3-megapixel...100