NICKOLAS, 30 May 2011sorry but what is the difference between this and the 9900???BB 9900 has been utilized in GSM frequency application while BB 9930 is adopted in gsm and cdma network systems..
too bad it probably can't use the cdma & gsm mode simultaneously.. which really sucks..
Fast processor! I would like to get it a try, only a try as I am tied up in my slow Bold 9780 24 month contract!
Anonymous, 21 May 2011WTF, design like the previous model but voter rated it 8.9??? what a blind BB fans!Don't fix what isn't broken...
I have to admitt this is very nice Qwerty phone, however seeing that the lack of either Flash Lite 4.0 or full flash player it still comes up short for me being an all-rounder device. Unless there is more detail to come when it is launched, I would still likely choose the also yet to be released Nokia E6, which accommplishes everything I'm looking for. Speed is not top priority as is what it can do, and the Nokia can do everything I'm looking for it to do not to mention battery life history with Nokia is exceptional. I am glad there is still some choice in OS other than Android & Windows Phone 7, so RIM keep it up and get caught up with some kind of flash support and there's still life for you yet.
WTF, design like the previous model but voter rated it 8.9??? what a blind BB fans!
So can i use this phone for cricket since it doesn't require a sim card.....thanks
At the end of the day people can run hop skip and jump like a mindless Zombie to all the very expensive advertising and promotions of Android and Apple! Me my world is based on common sense ive worked in the industry for 6 years now and ive used most of them but in the end whats most important to me is a smartphone that works and is the most secure with the ability to send emails the quickest! can you guess which brand im talking about? im on the page after all!
Anonymous, 10 May 2011The HTC Desire Z has one of the best rated Keyboards and is based on Android 2.2 gong to 2.3, ... moreBlackberry sells because there are still people out there who understand that its not just about the phone but the network the phone works on! I dare you to say that Blackberry is not the best where it counts Security, Email, and Enterprise solutions.