firstly, it's a trackpad, not a trackball.
secondly, to get rid of the red notification, just move your pointer up into the conversation area and the notification will go away.
i already had it ..
it's nice and stylish
but i found the trackball is not very sticky ..
also i've problem with the red light for notifictions
it work when i get new msg from bb messenger but altough i read the msg somtimes it still working !!
dose anyone noticed that
Nick, 13 Dec 2009you obviously don't use one, blackberry is the best communication tool on the globe!old software
Roy, 13 Dec 2009Where to they sell it in Oman? and do they have it in arabic config and arabic keyboard. am ta... morejust check out it in Cleopatra shop either in Ruwi High street or inside City Center
Hello I need some help about this I want to buy one of this but I need to now if the BB Bold can connect to my car and answer the phone for the stereo-s car ?
I just got this phone, the reception is not as good as the Nokia E71 i was using before, im thinking of returning it.
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2009black berry is a boring brandyou obviously don't use one, blackberry is the best communication tool on the globe!
ian, 12 Dec 2009this costs 300omr, while bold1 costs 270omr...guess the price beater is BB's 8520 which costs ... moreWhere to they sell it in Oman? and do they have it in arabic config and arabic keyboard. am talkin about the Bold 9700.. thanks in advnce.
Top 10 Cell Phones PC World
Nov 13, 2009 11:30 am
1. Motorola Droid
Bottom Line: The first Android 2.0 phone impresses with a strong suite of Web features and a stunning 3.7-inch display, but some users might have trouble with the shallow keyboard.
2. Apple iPhone 3GS
Bottom Line: Performance enhancements distinguish the otherwise evolutionary step-up iPhone 3GS from its previous iterations.
3. Motorola Cliq
Bottom Line: The beautifully designed Motorola Cliq is a social butterflyâ€™s dream phone, but others may find the MotoBlur user interface overwhelming.
4. Research in Motion BlackBerry Bold 9700
Bottom Line: The best BlackBerry available, the Bold 9700 packs a multitude of features into a sophisticated, slimmed-down design.
5. T-Mobile myTouch 3G
Bottom Line: The T-Mobile myTouch 3G is a big improvement from its predecessor, but the physical keyboard is sorely missed.
6. Palm Pre
Form Factor: Candy bar
Bottom Line: The Pre's webOS software is touch-friendly and fun, but the cramped QWERTY keyboard detracts from the phone's usability.
7. Samsung Behold II
Bottom Line: With a gorgeous AMOLED display and an excellent camera, the pricey Samsung Behold II will appeal to multimedia junkies with deep pockets.
8. Research in Motion BlackBerry Tour 9630
Bottom Line: The BlackBerry Tour entices with an ergonomic keyboard and gorgeous display, but the omission of Wi-Fi disappoints.
9. HTC Droid Eris
Bottom Line: If you can live without a hardware keyboard, the HTC Droid Eris is an affordable and feature-packed alternative to the Motorola Droid.
10. HTC Hero
Bottom Line: The HTC Hero marks a giant step in innovation of the Android platform, but it isn't without flaws
For the last many years I have been longing to buy Blackberry device. Before that I have used Iphone 3G, Nokia N97, N96, etc. But this is my first time for Blackberry Device. I have Blackberry Bold 2 9700 that I have purchased here in Pakistan for Rs. 57000/=.
Phone is very responsive, build quality is very nice, but screen is very small. Can't read the web page correctly.
al, 12 Dec 2009the bb will always beat the nokia guarenteed. thinkblack berry is a boring brand
bravoecho, 12 Dec 2009No front camera! What is the use of 3G with this handset? (also for all BB series) how many times you have made a video call? or usedas a skype video conference?
I bought the E72 last week thinking I would replace it with my 9700. What a big disappointment! Only 38mb of free RAM?? WTF Nokia?? Anyway, I sold the E72 and I'm happy to be back on my 9700. BB rules!!!
this costs 300omr, while bold1 costs 270omr...guess the price beater is BB's 8520 which costs only 119omr
No front camera! What is the use of 3G with this handset? (also for all BB series)
james, 11 Dec 2009There is a flight mode on 9700. Its not called flight mode but you have the option to switch o... moreYou can turn off all connections on older phones too. I can do that on my blackbery curve 8900
I figured out the problem, its because i downloading this app called colour ID . That's what messed up my lighting, but i deleted it , and now its fine =D
Guys can someone help me?
basically, with my 9700, the green light stops flashing for some reason when i go back to the homepage. It flashes red when i get my message and then goes to green, but when i press the red answer button the green light stops flashing?
but i do have it enabled on my settings so im not sure whats the problem?