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Blackberry Bold 9900 Sim Free Mobile Phone-Black

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  • 1.2 GHz processor and 8GB of expandable memory
  • Sleek, high-end, and loaded with the ultimate tools, the thinnest, sleekest BlackBerry smartphone yet
  • BlackBerry 7 OS has been powerfully enhanced
  • Communicate and interact like never before with the fluid touch screen
  • Immediate access to Location-Based Services such as the sights and amenities in your local area

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Product details

Colour Name: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 1 x 6.6 cm ; 132 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 299 g
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  • Item model number: BB 9900
  • ASIN: B0058GWR8O
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 Jun. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (197 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,186 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

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Colour Name: Black

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BlackBerry Bold 9900 smartphone
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Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Edik on 3 Aug. 2012
Colour Name: Black
I should qualify this by saying I am an Android Software developer. As such I am intimately familiar with a wide range of Android Hardware and can offer I think a valid comparison. I have owned and evaluated perhaps 50+ GSM phones from the truly awful through to the superb and many smartphones from the Nokia 9000 and Ericsson R380s onwards (1996-2000) to the present Samsung Galaxy S III. I have seen them all, the good, bad and the ugly.

This phone is perhaps the best built phone I have seen since the late 90's to early 00's when companies like Ericsson produced supreme quality of hardware before costs compromised everything with the wide permeation of mobile devices and mass manufacturing. It oozes quality and feels substantial in the hand. Coupled with the Dicota 9900 case (available on Amazon) it truly is sublime. It just is a seriously nice piece of hardware and does show that the company has some truly great talent working for them.

Call quality is excellent, as is the built in speaker phone. The audio is almost perfect as if each device has been tuned to perfection.

The Screen is very nice. Perhaps not as bright or sharp as the latest AMOLED devices but frankly it is so good that you'll never wish for anything better anyhow. It does the job very well indeed.

The Software (OS7) is easy to navigate and use. I do find the lack of text labels besides icons a minor annoyance and I do hope this can be fixed. The TuneIn Internet radio is surprisingly better than the Android version. Crystal clear sound as well.

I cannot let pass the satellite acquisition time (to get a GPS fix). My 9900 takes between 5s - 7s from *cold* to get a full fix for my position from 7-12 satellites. That quite frankly is amazing.
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111 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Jo Anne Davies on 24 Aug. 2011
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Having received the new Blackberry Bold 9900 today I am happy to report that most of the major flaws of the previous Bold family have been fixed. The web browser is snappy and responsive, the touchscreen is easy to use, fluid and a delight (no doubt because of the Snapdragon CPU). The phone is very thin for a Blackberry and the fact that it's got a touchscreen as well is particularly impressive given the brick-like feel of the Torch. The camera is a huge step forward from the camera in my old 9700, however, it still has a way to go to match up to the superior iPhone 4 camera (and most likely the iPhone 5 that is forthcoming). The major strength, as always with Blackberry, is the keyboard which is a return to form. The keyboard is the same size and feel that we had in the old Bold 9000 and it's fantastic!

For Blackberry users, the Bold 9900 is amazing and represents a great deal of engineering and research by RIM to produce a phone that is functional, stylish and a joy to use. For users of iPhone and Android however, RIM has yet to make a phone which is as comprehensive or as forward thinking as iOS and Android are. RIM has a ready made consumer pool for its phones; we all love Blackberrys and I personally wouldn't move to another manufacturer. However, RIM fails to develop phones that will make users want to switch from Android or iOS and that's where the money is. It is my feeling that although the Bold 9900 is a huge step forward, anyone switching from iOS or Android will most likely miss some of the features they've come to know and love in their previous platform.

I highly recommend this phone to anyone with an older Blackberry - get it and you won't look back. For iOS and Android users I'd recommend borrowing a friend's phone to test drive it first because you'll either love Blackberry or think it's antiquated and a touch passé.
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69 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Dao202 on 22 Mar. 2012
Colour Name: Black
I have had the Bold 9900 for 7 months now so I feel relatively able to give it an honest and fair review.


Design - The Bold is very pretty, it's thin, sleek and modern and friends have been very interested in it generally. Its very thin but feels solidly built and has a nice 'weight' to it, not too heavy and not too light. There are plenty of cases available and mosts add very little bulk to the handset which is a bonus.

The screen - lovely, offers vibrant colours and being touch capadble is much more intuitive for web browsing etc than the trackpad, however the general navigation of menus etc is still easier with the trackpad as the screen is slightly too small for menus etc (especially if, like me, you have fat fingers!). Personally i like the choice of touchscreen and trackpad as it offers the best of both worlds but again, thats personal choice.

Build quality - it's excellent, no lose bits, everything fits tightly and once a case is on it is near indestructible (mine has been dropeed 4-5 times on varying surfaces and was in my pocket during a number of falls while skiing and has suffered no damage or ill effects)

The keypad - now this is the game changer for me, I previously used an HTC Hero and its touchscreen keypad which was good, however after using the Bold keypad I struggle to see how i could go back to touchscreen. The keys are large and perfectly sculpted to allow fast typing, its comfortable to use and makes writting emails a pleasure, it really is great and makes using my work Curve 3G seem terrible!
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