Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:May 30, 2016
Release Date: Aug 11, 2011 (Official)
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Complete Smartphone Package with BlackBerry Messenger
BlackBerry Bold 9900 sports 2.8 inch TFT Capacitive Touchscreen capable of producing 640 x 480 pixels resolution at 286 pixels per inch. It also carries a Physical QWERTY keypad beneath the screen.
This Smartphone features an Optical Trackpad and is powered by 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor coupled with 768MB of RAM. It runs on BlackBerry 7.1 Operating System.
BlackBerry Bold 9900 is a complete package of Smartphone. It has a nice processor and a cool 5 Megapixels camera. Running on BlackBerry 7.1 OS, you can download tons of Apps and games from BlackBerry World. This Smartphone will make you stay connected with your friends through BBM. It has all capabilities to be your next worth buy Smartphone.
Blackberry Mobile Bold 9900 (Brown)
7-10 Working Days
BlackBerry Bold 4 9900 (Black)
2-10 Working Days
BlackBerry 9900 (Charcoal Black, 8 GB)
Out Of Stock2-4 Working Days
BlackBerry Bold 9900 GSM Mobile Phone
Out Of Stock1-7 Working Days
BlackBerry Bold 9900
Out Of Stock1-4 Working Days
The superb keyboard is reason enough to buy the BlackBerry Bold 9900. Add in the touchscreen and blazing processor, BlackBerry 7 OS and a great web browser, and you have a recipe for pure CrackBerry bliss!...
Pros: Best keyboard ever! We love the addition of a high-resolution touchscreen display to the classic BlackBerry design. The BlackBerry Bold 9900 is well-built, feels great in the hand, and the styling is tastefully luxurious. BlackBerry 7 improvements and...
Cons: We could rant on there not being enough apps available, but we realized the economy was in better shape before people started playing Angry Birds on their phones - so we`ll let it slide since the 9900`s full keyboard design is more focused on...
Verdict: It`s the best BlackBerry we`ve ever used or reviewed. Period. Exclamation Point!...
Overall: This is the worst phone in the market in 30K plus price range. Reasons:
1. The battery sucks: doesn't last more than 4hours on continuous use after a full charge.
2. Creepy OS: Blackberry OS 7 is a 'biiig' flop. It's highly user unfriendly with even simplest controls hidden in layers.
3. Not a smartphone at all: Doesn't suggest last called numbers as u punch numbers in. No 'select all' feature for deleting
media files and documents.My 6000 bucks Samsung star is hell lot smarter than this blackberry crap.
4. No support for Flash: So no online games for you. Time RIM come out of illusion that they are Apple
5. Pathetic Blackberry store: No themes available. NO advance music player is there. No E books exist for this phone.
And for games, Only dinosaur's age Arcade games are there.
6. Erratic trackball (tested that on 4 models)
Verdict: If this phone was priced rs 10K,it'd been a market killer. But at 32K it's the buyer's murderer and plunderer.
I was fool enough to buy this junk, but strongly suggest you to stay away from it. Go for iPhone 4, HTC sensation,
Galaxy S2, -heck even for Nokia, but avoid this trash.