Consumers could recycle mobile for BlackBerry Bold 9780
17 November 2010 — 6:29 PM
People with a desire to upgrade their handset could recycle their current mobile phone and put the money gained from this towards a BlackBerry Bold 9780.
Damien McFerran, reviewing the model for CNET UK, says it is a step up on the brand's previous release from the same portfolio.
He notes the quality of the materials and the high standard of the build as key factors behind the classy product, while also taking the time to point out and praise the inclusion of a full qwerty keyboard.
The expert states the mobile has excellent search functions, with powerful universal technology in place.
In conclusion, Mr McFerran writes: "The internal improvements made by RIM make the BlackBerry Bold 9780 a pretty enticing proposition and the inclusion of the BlackBerry 6 operating system ensures the phone is up to date."
As well as Bold, other models available from BlackBerry include Pearl, Torch and Curve.
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