It’s a sleeker, faster and more able device than its predecessor, and it shows. We’re talking 16g lighter, 6mm less wide, 5mm less tall and a whopping 0.9mm thinner.
But what this means is a more cramped keyboard, which will be a big worry for some who picked up the Bold, not because it was one of the first BlackBerrys to use 3G, but because it had one of the largest keyboards in the range.
- high-gloss black finish
- leather grain detail on the back
- high-speed 3G Web browsing
- Wi-Fi (UMA) calling, as part of T-Mobile’s HotSpot@Home service
- visual voicemail
- support for corporate and personal e-mail options
- comes preloaded with mobile applications from BlackBerry App World, including Amazon MP3 store and TeleNav GPS Navigator