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The BlackBerry Bold 9700 (codenamed Onyx [1] ) is a smartphone developed by telecommunication company BlackBerry , formerly known as Research in Motion (RIM). The second device in the Bold series, it succeeds the model 9000 and precedes the Bold 9650. The device, which runs on the BlackBerry OS , features several improvements over the 9000, including introduction of an optical trackpad, and a reduced size overall. Other visual changes were carried out in order to appeal both men and women.

Upon release, the BlackBerry Bold 9700 received mostly positive reviews from critics. The smartphone was commended for its design and most changes were favored, such as the trackpad. However, critics were ambivalent towards the dated software and the slow browser, and some concluded that the device did not set itself apart from previous models.

The BlackBerry Bold 9700 was succeeded by the upgraded version, the BlackBerry Bold 9780 , introduced in October 2010. The BlackBerry Bold 9700 was discontinued in December 2011.

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The BlackBerry Bold 9900 comes as something of a shock. You see, for years, BlackBerry has, in a sense, been catching up. That's not a dig at its parent company – it's practically royalty in push email and corporate handset circles. But it has been rare for RIM to lead the way.

Cameras, internet browsing, HTML emails – all were included on RIM's phones years after they'd become standard fare on other handsets. For recent examples of decent phones that didn't really push the envelope all that far, just take a look at the Bold 9780 and 9700 .

But the Bold 9000 finally offers some cutting-edge tech, and in an attractive package to boot. Its 1.2GHz processor, high-spec touchscreen, brand new OS7 and HD video camera are all specs we never really expected a BlackBerry to have before the next millennium.

The BlackBerry Bold 9700 (codenamed Onyx [1] ) is a smartphone developed by telecommunication company BlackBerry , formerly known as Research in Motion (RIM). The second device in the Bold series, it succeeds the model 9000 and precedes the Bold 9650. The device, which runs on the BlackBerry OS , features several improvements over the 9000, including introduction of an optical trackpad, and a reduced size overall. Other visual changes were carried out in order to appeal both men and women.

Upon release, the BlackBerry Bold 9700 received mostly positive reviews from critics. The smartphone was commended for its design and most changes were favored, such as the trackpad. However, critics were ambivalent towards the dated software and the slow browser, and some concluded that the device did not set itself apart from previous models.

The BlackBerry Bold 9700 was succeeded by the upgraded version, the BlackBerry Bold 9780 , introduced in October 2010. The BlackBerry Bold 9700 was discontinued in December 2011.

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The BlackBerry Bold 9700 (codenamed Onyx) is a smartphone developed by telecommunication company BlackBerry , formerly known as Research in Motion (RIM).

BlackBerry Bold 9700 smartphone. Announced 2009, October. Features 3G, 2.44″ TFT display, 3.15 MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth.

The BlackBerry Torch 9800 is a 2010 model in the BlackBerry line of smartphones . It combines a physical QWERTY keyboard with a sliding multi-touch screen display and runs on BlackBerry OS 6. Introduced on August 3, 2010, the phone became available exclusively on AT&T on August 12, 2010

The device looks similar to existing BlackBerry devices, but due to the sliding keyboard features a bigger 3.2 inch 480x360 screen (the same resolution as the BlackBerry Storm and BlackBerry Storm 2 ) and these features allow the BlackBerry Torch 9800 to look unique. [6] The software is seen by most to be an improvement over the previous version. [7] The device also features far greater social network integration, a powerful universal search feature, and a WebKit browser comparable to those found on iOS and Android devices. [8]

On August 12, 2011, the updated Torch 9810 was released on Bell Mobility and Telus Mobility . The updated version includes a faster processor, and more memory, as well as including the new BlackBerry OS 7. [9]