just me, 10 Dec 2008dear "BlackBerry Bold 9000"...
Since you've used the 8310 and now the 9000, how much better... morehi.
well. if you thinking about price. YES it is very expensive. compare with 8310..
9000 and 8310 .. there is not much different.
however, it is different formet from Blackberry.
as 9000 is "BOLD" and 8310 is "CURVE"
so if you want you can wait New CURVE model coming soon 8900 Curve
BOLD is simply just Quality phone and it is little bit more comfortable to use then 8310 and its got WiFi and 3G other then they are nearly the same
even i have paid a lot for upgrading from 8310 to 9000 i dont regrate. as i am happy with this device now.
Shush, 13 May 2008Boy dis pown has more codecs than di iPhone cud evr use, but iPhone rools so BB suxx.your comment explains WHY you're an iphone fan. go watch youtube kid
Has anyone here compare between Bold 9000 and Nokia E71?
3/ Qwerty Keyboard
4/ Others ...
Would like to get some comments ... Thanks ...
blackberry bold 9000, 04 Dec 2008why you cant open PDF file ? very strange.
from Pearl 8110 to Curve 8310 and Bold 9000 now.... moredear "BlackBerry Bold 9000"...
Since you've used the 8310 and now the 9000, how much better is the 9000 compared to the 8310 user-wise (does it live up to the hipe and the price) and is it still worth it to buy the 8310 now?? Cos I simply can't afford the 9000, it's so damn expensive.
Thx in advance.
How can i use my blackberry bold as modam to use internet on laptop?
I have install Desktop Manager application on laptop it seems it's still not working...Any help would be great!!!!!
I really like this Blackberry bold 9000, although i have been a NOKIA user for my life time, and refuse to change to other brands, although i have tried .... sometime..... but other brands failed to convince me with their set, its either the body is not nice or is not user friendly! I have use this set for a whole week and my comment on it is:
The phone is really nice, i am a nokia N82 user before this so messaging wont be a problem. now with a qwerty, i dont have problem messaging my friends but i still have to look at the keyboard before i can sleep and at the same time message my friends!
The only problems i have are:
1. When i compose a sms, when i tried to input the contact details, it lagg
2. The battery life is so limited, mayb bcos i keep on playing around with the phone
3. i dont know how to send mms using this phone
4. We dont have a blackberry service in my country so the usage is rather limited anywho.... i have so many great points about this phone:
1. the speaker/sound is nice
2. the body is beautiful
3. user friendly, highly recommended to NOKIA user
4. nice standard ringtone
5. very light
6. scratch free
7. nice camera, not so bad for 2.0MP
8. I LOVE the qwerty keyboard
9. not so big, nice shape
10. sharp screen
11. more .............
help, 09 Dec 2008hey guys, thinking of getting this phone. just wondering, does it support 16gb cards? Yes it does, I have one in my Bold
hey guys, thinking of getting this phone. just wondering, does it support 16gb cards?
Booyo, 07 Dec 2008Hi! I have BBB9k and it seems that I'll have to buy viwers for excel, word, pdf, ppt... Which... moreI'm guessing the full version of docs to go would be best. It costs around 69.95 or somewhere there though, that's the only issue, but people that use it seem to love it.
ROXANNE, 06 Dec 2008the bold is great!
everything you need all in one place
i dont know why u cant open pdf fi... moreHi! I have BBB9k and it seems that I'll have to buy viwers for excel, word, pdf, ppt...
Which applications are the best and which are the most cost-effective?
cartman, 06 Dec 2008you could use with t-mobile, but defeats the purpose of 3g, because t-mo's 3g frequencies are ... moreIt's a different type of 3g? so does it affect the performance for web surfing? which frequency does t mobile have?
the bold is great!
everything you need all in one place
i dont know why u cant open pdf files though - i have no problem in opening them
I too thought that you could not open PDF and then in the process of setting up my bold i registered by Word to go (under applications) and this registration process opened the pdf viewer and i could instantly view pdfs aswell... no other programs needed and it worked a treat. (To clarify it does not open it in word, but the registration process activated the pdf viewer)
I am looking at purchasing this handset and I have just one question; is there an option in BlackBerry® Desktop Software that allows you to compress audio files, similar to the way that Nokia PC Suites does when transferring audio files to a Nokia handset?