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There have been many rumors going around for the BlackBerry 5 inch phablet dubbed Z30, which was previously known as A10. BlackBerry is thought to be revealing its new flagship Smartphone BlackBerry Z30 later this year which is expected to come with Qi Wireless Charging.


According to a listing in the Wireless Power consortium, BlackBerry Z30 will pack a medium power receiver which is capable of pulling 120 watts from a charger. This is perfect to charge the rumored 2800 mAh battery BlackBerry Z30 will be equipped with. The Smartphone is yet to be officially revealed so it is not confirmed whether the wireless charging will be there but given that the listing appeared on a reliable consortium, it is possible.

In related news, a hands-on video from Vietnamese outlet Cellphone S confirms that such a device from BlackBerry exists and will be revealed soon. The alleged video shows a Smartphone with authentic BlackBerry logo and a 5 inch AMOLED display with 720p (1280x720p) resolution and 295 PPI pixel density.

The other specifications revealed by the video includes a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, a rear 8 MP camera, a front-facing 2 MP camera, a 2800 mAh battery, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. It is said to be running on the upcoming latest BlackBerry 10.2 OS as well. The Smartphone also carries AT&T branding on the back indicating that the carrier might get the honor of hosting the Smartphone first. This also indicated that the Smartphone might arrive in the US first, followed by other markets around the globe.

It is noteworthy to mention that the Smartphone might launch irrespective of the company’s recent announcement to halt trading its shares and look for a buyer or a “strategic alternatives.” The company is trying to keep afloat in the highly competitive Smartphone market as its shares fall by an elephantine 38% over the last 6 months. BlackBerry reported that it has sold only sold 2.7 million BB10 devices. It is strange that the company also announced that it will release its highly popular BlackBerry Messenger for Android and iOS, as it is one of the USP for buying BB devices.

We expect that after the launch of BBM on other platforms, the sale of its devices is bound to fall further. Stay tuned to our blog for future updates and check out related news on phones, gadgets and tablets.

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BlackBerry A10 which was dubbed as Aristo has leaked before, but this time it is accompanied by new images, video and complete specifications. BlackBerry A10 will be the company’s attempt in the 5 inch screen Smartphone race. It will be a 5 inch OLED 720p all-touch device with dual core Snapdragon processor and 2 GB RAM, said Crackberry.


The specifications are different from what was leaked last time which indicated that it would come with 4.65 inch Super Amoled 1080p display, 1.9 GHz quad core Snapdragon processor, 3000mAh battery and 2 GB RAM. The expected date for release is November, just before the holiday season.


Another image from a support tutorial indicated that it will come with Aluminium chassis and a removable battery with a back cover. The SIM card slot and the memory card slot are on the side. Despite this, all other ports and buttons are on their familiar locations. It is expected to be running on BlackBerry 10.2 OS version. It will be a relief for many Berry lovers to know that their favorite Smartphone will come with a removable battery and a 5 inch screen.

Smartphone accessory maker Vivix also released a video on YouTube that appear to match the description of unofficial BlackBerry A10 Aristo:

The video also confirms the same 5 inch touchscreen with a 8 MP rear camera and a quad core GPU for gaming. The device seems very similar to the one whose image was posted by BGR last week.

CNET has previously reported that A10 would be launched on Sprint Nextel in US in November. We had earlier reported in April that 5 inch BlackBerry phablet could launch by year end. It seems like the report carried some weight after all. BlackBerry A10 Aristo is expected to succeed the BlackBerry Z10 all-touch Smartphone which was the first phone to be released with BlackBerry 10 OS.

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The battle of Smartphone OS is always exciting and it is great to see them pushing each other for change, growth and market share. In the latest International Data Corporation (IDC) WorldWide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker report for 1Q2013, Windows Phone has pushed BlackBerry down to the fourth position while it proudly sits on the third position. Besides that, Android and iOS still occupied 92.3 % combined share of the volume for the same period.

IDC Report

During 1Q2013, Android manufacturers and Apple sold 199.5 million units worldwide which is up 59.1% from the 1Q2012. Android, iOS, Windows Phone and BlackBerry OS has 75%, 17.3%, 3.2% and 2.9% share respectively in the market with others occupying 1.6%. Ramon Llamas, research manager with IDC’s Mobile Phone team elaborated:

Android and iOS accounted for more than the lion’s share of Smartphones in the first quarter, but a closer examination of the other platforms reveals turn around and demand for alternatives. Windows Phone has benefited from Nokia’s participation, and BlackBerry’s new BB10 devices have already hit a million units shipped in its first quarter of availability.

Kevin Restivo, a senior research analyst with IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker added:

Windows Phone claiming the third spot is a first and helps validate the direction taken by Microsoft and key partner Nokia. Given the relatively low volume generated, the Windows Phone camp will need to show further gains to solidify its status as an alternative to Android or iOS.

It is difficult to say if the Windows Phone will hold its position for long since BlackBerry is not far behind with just 0.3% market share less than the Windows Phone currently holds. BlackBerry has revealed an affordable Q5 QWERTY Smartphone for emerging markets and is thus expected to regain its position. However, Nokia has been launching their own affordable phones as well in the Asha and S40 series, but those won’t contribute to Windows Phone share.

Blackberry vs Windows Phone

Nokia’s new flagship Lumia 928 has been launched on Verizon in the US which might give Windows Phone more time to enjoy the third position it now holds. To keep his ground, Microsoft should work with Nokia and other vendors to roll out Windows Phone powered devices in the sub-$200 category. Nokia 520 is the only Windows Phone 8 in the sub-$200 category and it has been doing well in the emerging markets. We will be able to comment on BlackBerry once the price of its affordable Q5 qwerty Smartphone is revealed.

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The Waterloo-based Blackberry has announced its new full QWERTY Smartphone Q5 QWERTY for the growing and emerging markets. The phone comes with a 3.1 inch touchscreen and a full qwerty keyboard. It will be powered by BlackBerry 10 OS (BB10) and will come in a variety of colors including red, black, white and pink, unlike Z10 or Q10 that come in conventional colors.


Nothing more is known about the specifications or pricing at this moment but BlackBerry also announced that it will launch in parts of Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Latin America are starting from July. BB10 brings features such as Time Shift and Story Maker for quality photos, BBM Video for screen sharing and video chat and BlackBerry Hub, a hub that clubs together notifications, emails etc. for easy access.

Here is what CEO Thorsten Heins has to say:

BlackBerry is excited to bring the new BlackBerry Q5 smartphone to our customers in selected markets around world. The BlackBerry Q5 gives you the best of everything with its cutting-edge BlackBerry 10 functionality and a physical QWERTY keyboard. It is for youthful fans that are passionate, confident and bold, and it makes it easy for them to have fun, create, share and stay connected.

BlackBerry has also announced that it will be making its much touted messaging application BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) cross-platform by launching it on Android and iOS platform as a standalone app this summer. BBM has been the USP of BlackBerry phones and a top favorite targeted data-plan feature for telecom operators since many years. BBM currently has over 60 million users sending more than 10 billion messages every day. This is bound to explode once it comes on iOS and Android.

Heins announcing BBM

Here is what Heins has to say on BBM:

It’s time to bring BBM to a greater audience no matter what mobile device they carry. We’re starting with messaging and groups, but we’ll bring voice, screen share, and of course, channels later on.

The BBM app will be free for iOS and Android and will require iOS 6 or higher for Apple users and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) or higher for Android users. We can expect it to offer BBM Chats, Multi-person chats, Voice-note sharing and Blackberry Groups on its debut launch for iOS and Android.

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Now that the rush for Blackberry Q10 is over and Blackberry has already made the presence of its QWERTY felt in Blackberry Z10, it is time for consumer favorite QWERTY business phone manufacturer Blackberry to target affordable price bracket with its Blackberry R10. The consumers were put off by the pricing of Q10 being higher than Z10 in some markets and as per the new rumored leaks, the affordable Blackberry Q10 is nearing closer to seeing a launch very soon.

Blackberry 10 combined

In the past Blackberry has launched different variants in its Blackberry Curve line so there is some positivity related to Blackberry launching an affordable variant powered by Blackberry 10 OS. A couple of new pictures have emerged of the handset strengthening the rumors that an affordable variant is in fact in the works. It is not yet clear when and where it will be launched but an intelligent guess can be made about its price which should be below than (hopefully) both Q10 and Z10 individually. No details are available for its availability but seeing that it targets affordable consumers, it might come to Asia and Europe sooner.

Here is a run-down on its specifications which are rumored:

  • 3.1-inch display, 720 x 720 resolution
  • 5 MP rear camera supporting up to 2560 x 1920 resolution photography
  • Front facing camera
  • 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage
  • 1800 mAh non-removable battery
  • Blackberry 10.1 OS

A few days ago another image in Red and White colored Blackberry R10 was released too which featured Curve inspired QWERTY keyboard. The black colored images recently leaked look more classy at first look but the complete review can only be given once it is officially announced. Previously details were leaked regarding a Blackberry phablet launching by year end.

Blackberry R10

The report in the past also added that 2-3 devices will be launched by Blackberry before year end. Out of these, two are already leaked – a 5 inch Phablet and an affordable Blackberry R10. If the report does come true, we will only be seeing at most one more leak from Blackberry for the rest of the year. This is a very limited market strategy seeing that Blackberry is facing tough competition and its quarterly results are well below expectation.

Only time will tell as to whether these limited couple of phones will be able to change the Blackberry future or not. Keep following us for more updates as and when they happen.

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Just before the Q10 is made global by BlackBerry, there are fresh rumors that it might release a BB10 OS powered 5-inch phablet by year end. This further affirms the BlackBerry Roadmap for 2013 as Jefferies analyst Peter Misek claims in his latest report that BB will launch 2-3 devices this year, including a 5 inch phablet resembling Z10.

He says that the devices will be mid-range Smartphones, one with qwerty and the other touch screen enabled. Each will cost in the vicinity of the $400 price point. Earlier in April Fool’s prank, there have been rumors of a 5-inch devices and a successor to Blackberry Playbook.


The company launched its BB10 débutante Blackberry Z10 on January 30, 2013 and claimed to have shipped 1 million of them by March 2, 2013. The total number of BlackBerry devices shipped during the same period amounted to roughly 6 million. BB10 powered first QWERTY Smartphone Q10 will start retailing from April 30 in Canada. The note by Misek also sheds light on the concerns regarding the return rate of BlackBerry Z10. In his own words:

Overall, our checks indicate typical return rates. Of the few phones that were returned, the only main commonality we found is that buyers thought the Z10 had a keyboard.  As it does not, they returned it and will buy the Q10 instead.

The rumors are also in agreement with BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins’ comments, who said that the company will be launching as many as 5 new Blackberry 10 devices in 2013, including the Q10. According to previous rumors, one of these could be Quad core processor powered. Heins also added they might be launching a very exciting flagship device ahead of the holiday season.

These are serious times for BlackBerry as the company will either make it or break it with its new OS and devices this year. It has previously occurred huge losses in losing out to competitors when Apple, Google and Microsoft launched their own OS powered devices and now looks to bounce back with its revolutionary BB10 OS. It also organized a hackathon for developers in which it paid every approved app a $100 prize money in order to have thousands of apps before the release of its BB10 app store.

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As the BlackBerry World started today, all eyes were on BlackBerry 10 Jam. RIM didn’t took much time and made a few announcements regarding the BlackBerry 10 Platform. The initial version of the developer toolkit for native and HTML5 has been released. The developer toolkit of BlackBerry 10 will help the developers to create applications for the platform which can arrive on the BlackBerry devices both phones and Playbook later this year. The toolkit is available for download as a Beta from BlackBerry’s Developer Website.

Developers who will attend the BlackBerry 10 Jam during the BlackBerry World will receive a BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha Device. This will let them to test their applications.

Talks on BlackBerry 10

During the launch of BlackBerry 10 Alec Saunders, Vice President, Developer Relations and Ecosystems Development said

BlackBerry 10 builds upon the core values and exceptional user experiences that have attracted more than 77 million BlackBerry customers around the world today.

He further said…

Developers building for BlackBerry 10 will be able to easily create the kind of cutting-edge apps that deliver truly engaging experiences and ‘wow’ customers, whether through integration with native features and other apps like BBM or by leveraging the new signature design elements of this new and powerful mobile computing platform.

Later on Christopher Smith, The Vice President of Handheld Application Platform and Tools at RIM said

There is tremendous interest, anticipation and momentum building toward the launch of BlackBerry 10 devices, and today we’re extremely excited to release the BlackBerry 10 developer beta tools for general use.

He further explained,

Developers can use this first beta of the tools to get started building apps for BlackBerry 10 and as the tools evolve over the coming months, developers will have access to a rich API set that will allow them to build even more integrated apps. The toolkit we are delivering today also meets developers on their own terms. Whether using the powerful Cascades framework, writing direct native code or developing in HTML5, BlackBerry 10 will empower developers to create attractive and compelling apps that excite customers.

Research In Motion CEO Thorsten Heins addressing BlackBerry 10.

Details on BlackBerry 10 Toolkit

The BlackBerry 10 Developer Toolkit comes with BlackBerry 10 Native SDK with Cascades which will allow developers to create graphically rich, high performance applications on C/C++or Qt. The set of APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) comes bundled with the BlackBerry 10 SDK which allows developers to access the core features of the device and a range of BlackBerry application services like Push and Payment Services. The BlackBerry 10 Native SDK with Cascades is up for download from this link. Download Link.

The toolkit also comes with BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK which will allow HTML5 developers to create applications using common web programming technologies. The BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK allows developers to use HTML5 and CSS for building apps. It also provides JavaScript bindings to native device APIs along with RIM’s open source UI toolkit, bbUI.js, to create applications with native-like capabilities.

The BlackBerry 10 WebWorks SDK is now available to Download.

Applications created using these tools will run on the BlackBerry 10 Phones and Blackberry Playbook’s when it becomes available for the Playbook. In the coming months the SDK’s will receive further updates which will give the developer more access to the new capabilities of BlackBerry 10 Platform.

Official Sneak Peek of BlackBerry 10

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The BlackBerry World is all set to kick off at Orlando on 1st of May. A lot is expected to happen in these 3 days. The Spotlight will be shining on BlackBerry 10. But before the BlackBerry World starts, the leaks of the BlackBerry 10 Alpha device has arrived. Leaked images of the BlackBerry 10 Alpha Device were seen on CrackBerry a few hours ago.

Read: Research In Motion (RIM) launches BlackBerry Curve 9220 in India.

According to the reports we have received BlackBerry 10 Developer Alpha device will be displayed at BlackBerry Jam which will take place in Orlando in the coming days. The alpha device won’t be going out for sale in the markets for the common people. It will be available for the developers. Nothing much about the BlackBerry 10 devices has been unveiled but we are expecting something good out of the BlackBerry 10 devices.

Read: Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 – Specs and Review.

BlackBerry devices always lack something when it comes to Hardware. BlackBerry 10 devices should come up with great hardware which should at least pose a challenge to its competitors. Improvements in BBM are expected. Video chatting and video sharing are likely to be introduced in BBM. Leaving a voice note status will be very cool feature to have.

The cameras in the BlackBerry Devices have always disappointed when you compared to that in an Android Phone. The Hardware makers should take a look at this problem.

Read: BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0: A Whole New OS for BlackBerry PlayBook.

After taking a look at the leaked images it seems like BlackBerry 10 devices won’t sport a hardware keyboard. If they do so, they will definitely face setback in the market.

The BlackBerry 10 Devices should continue the trend of keyboard.

Read: Five Major Flops of The Tablet Market.

Leaked Images of BlackBerry 10 Alpha Device


Source: CrackBerry

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The Canadian smartphone manufacturer Research In Motion (RIM) has launched BlackBerry Curve 9220 in India that will be available from April 19 from its authorized retailers and distributors chain in Indian market.

Read: RIM announces BlackBerry 10 Platform at BlackBerry World 2012.

BlackBerry Curve 9220

“India is a very important market for RIM and we are extremely proud and excited to officially unveil and launch the new BlackBerry Curve 9220 for the first time here in India,” said Carlo Chiarello, SVP, Smartphone Business at Research In Motion.

Read: BlackBerry 10 Alpha Device Images Leaked.

The new BlackBerry Curve 9220 smartphone offers the longest lasting battery life, giving Indian mobile users up to 7 hours of talk time or up to 28 hours of music playback or FM radio listening on headphones.

“The new BlackBerry Curve 9220 offers a unique mobile experience that young Indians will love thanks to its affordable pricing and unmatched messaging and social connectivity features,” said Sunil Dutt, Managing Director for India at RIM.

Read: Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 – Specs and Review.

BlackBerry Curve 9220 Specifications

BlackBerry Curve 9220 features a 2.44-inch (320×240 pixels) TFT display with QWERTY keypad. Other specifications include a 2 megapixel camera, FM radio, Wi-Fi connectivity, expandable memory up to 32GB using a microSD card and a 2.44-inch QVGA display.

The BlackBerry Curve 9220 features a dedicated BBM key. The Facebook for BlackBerry, Twitter for BlackBerry apps and Social Feeds are included.

BlackBerry 7.1 OS supports the full complement of BlackBerry services and the smartphone’s built in Wi-Fi can provide fast Internet browsing without incurring mobile data usage costs. It includes a built-in FM radio, allowing users to tune into their local stations, and listening to the FM radio does not require a data plan or use data services.

Read: BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0: A Whole New OS for BlackBerry PlayBook.

BlackBerry Curve 9220

As part of the launch in India, BlackBerry Curve 9220 customers can download a selection of apps from BlackBerry App World worth 2,500 INR, for free. The offer is valid until June 30, 2012 and includes a range of apps that will roll out in a phased manner, including utilities, games and other apps.

Pencil Camera, Photo Studio Pro, Horoscope Oracle – Follow Your Lucky Stars, Drive Safely Pro and Ultimate Cricket are just a few of the popular apps that will be available through this promotional offer.

Read: Five Major Flops of The Tablet Market.

BlackBerry Curve 9220 Price in India

BlackBerry Curve 9220 has been priced at 10,999 INR. It is an affordable low-end smartphone targeted at young consumers as against the enterprise BlackBerry consumers.

Find more information about BlackBerry Curve 9220 on its official website.

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Currently Android phones are ruling over the market worldwide. In the past few months Windows Phone have showed their strength and are looking set to eat some share of the Android Device in the market. Between all this fight the one which still stands behind is RIM’s Blackberry phones.

Read: RIM announces BlackBerry 10 Platform at BlackBerry World 2012.

Blackberry’s market share has dropped down quite a lot in the past year. With a line of high profile phones, it failed to gain the attention of the audience. Within all this RIM came with another one, The Blackberry Bold Touch 9900. A lot of faith has been show by RIM on 9900 and they are expecting this one to break their shackles of failure. Whether this device will rule or fail? I grabbed my piece of Bold Touch 9900 and brought it in my testing room.

Review of Blackberry Bold Touch 9900

Blackberry Bold Touch 9900

Tech Specs of Blackberry Bold Touch 9900:

  • OS: Blackberry OS 7.0
  • Processor: QC 8655 processor of 1.2GHz
  • RAM: 768MB
  • Display: 2.8-inch TFT LCD (640×480 pixels) capacitive touch screen
  • Storage: 8GB, microSD slot up to 32GB
  • Camera: 5MP with 720p videos
  • Battery: Standard Li-ion, 1230 mAh


Blackberry has always been serious in terms of looks. Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 is the slimmest of the entire Blackberry’s I played with so far (Just 10.5mm thick). The chromium finish on the edges of the phone makes attractive. The Phone is quite bigger when compared to other “Bold Phones” of Blackberry. The keys on the keypad are quite big.

Read: BlackBerry 10 Alpha Device Images Leaked

The display and the keys occupy same amount of space of the front part. The power button is present on the top panel of the phone. On the right panel you will find the volume rocker and the camera key. On the left you a 3.5mm audio jack and a microUSB Port is present. There was nothing to protect the ports from dust. On the back panel camera is present. A small LED flash resides just beside the camera.

Overall, the phone has got premier looks which will suite the office guys as well as the regular buddies. The Phone comes in two different colors i.e. Black and White. So you got something to choose over here.

Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 Features:

The Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 is powered by a QC 8655 processor of 1.2 GHz. It has got 768 MB of RAM. The display is of 2.8 inches (640 x 480) with the regular Optical track pad. The 5 Megapixel Camera comes with a LED flash which will allow you record HD videos at a decent rate. The sad thing, phone doesn’t have secondary camera. The storage capacity of the phone is 8GB’s which can be extended up to 32 GB’s via microSD card slot. In terms of connectivity, it supports dual band Wi-Fi and HSDPA 3g which can speed up to 14.4 MB per second. This one comes with NFC capabilities. So you will be able to share your files with another NFC-enabled device just with a touch.

Read: Research In Motion (RIM) launches BlackBerry Curve 9220 in India.

The Phone has got the Blackberry OS 7.0 which failed to make impact in the current run of Mobile Operating Systems. RIM needs to find out the solution for this soon meanwhile it’s cruising at the moment.

Talking about the other features, the phone has got the A-GPS support and comes loaded with Blackberry Maps, Document Viewer, Video and Audio Players and Predictive Text Input. It has got the Java Support with MIDP 2.1

Read: BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0: A Whole New OS for BlackBerry PlayBook.

Blackberry Bold Touch 9900

Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 Performance:

After reading the specs of Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 I was quite worried whether this phone will be able to perform or not. But the 9900 came out with a bang, keeping all my negative thoughts at one corner. Browsing the phone was fun and multitasking wasn’t the problem at all. The 2.8 inch display was bright and good. The response which I got from the touch of the phone was amazing. Whether it was browsing the files or hanging out with friends on the social network, it didn’t fail.

Read: RIM Reveals 3 new BlackBerry 7 Smartphones in India.

The QWERTY keypad of the phone was really awesome. It was the best I’ve ever used in any QWERTY phone. I didn’t face any sort of problem while typing a document on the phone. The phone grips very nicely in the hands and it won’t slip out of your hands easily; you will require a special skill to do that. The Optical track pad doesn’t disappoint either. I didn’t face any sort of lag or any itchiness while going browsing the phone using the track pad.

Coming to the sound quality, Bold Touch 9900 is a decent performer. The Call clarity was excellent. I didn’t face any kind of interruption on the Voice Call even when I was in the Low-Network Zone. Playing Music isn’t loud on the phone, though the clarity is good and enough for to reach the ear buds of the owner.

Read: BlackBerry Style 9670 Review.

The 5 MP primary camera of the phone comes with an LED flash and is good for casual photography. The camera comes with features like Geo-Tagging and Face Detection. This also allows you to record HD videos at a decent rate. Lack of secondary camera was a disgrace for such a good phone. This one isn’t a video-call friendly one.

The 1.2 GHz processor and 768 MB of RAM made the performance of the phone absolutely smooth. Multi-tasking wasn’t a thing to worry about. I ran a few apps in the background and started browsing over the internet. There were no signs of breaks in the speed of the phone. Using apps was a delight. As usual, I played Angry Birds on the device and I was delighted. After all Angry Birds is such an awesome game and Bold Touch 9900 didn’t disappoint me either.

Read: 10 interesting facts about BlackBerry.

The Phone has got a Li-ion battery of 1230 mAh which didn’t sound great and this time the 9900 didn’t have any surprises left for me. The Battery lost all its charge after 24 hours, with usage of apps, browsing for some hours, attending a few calls and playing music for a while. With 1.2 GHz processor, some more battery power was required.

Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 Price and Conclusion:

The Price of the Phone is Rs.33, 360 which is a big ask. I searched for it in the local stores but the lowest price I got was Rs.32, 500. There are too many good phones available in the market within this price bracket. But if you want a powerful QWERTY Phone which can resist the load of multitasking with ease, then the Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 is definitely the choice.

Read: BlackBerry Curve 9380 – Review, Tech Specs and Availability.

Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 – Ratings (Out of 10)

  • Build Quality – 8.0
  • Features – 7.0
  • Performance – 7.0
  • Price Tag – 6.5
  • Overall – 7.0