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Blackberry Bold 9790

by on July 3, 2012

Design and Build Quality:

When it comes to the design of the Blackberry Bold 9790, it was built in a beautiful way, with its package and its touchscreen. It is not as cheap as the previous Blackberry models though, and its screen is not that big if you want to compare it to modern day iPhones and Samsung smartphones. Although I love this phone, first impressions of all blackberry phones were much better than this phone. This just seemed like a replicate of previous models with the imitation of the iPhone’s touch screen. It does get easily scratched too, which is a big disadvantage. However, with its curve below, it is easier to hold in the hand and has an easy grip comfort to be used with ease.

I think Blackberry Bold 9790’s design is amazing, with its combination of white and black, making it look really stylish and the fact that when its backlit, it appears in white, making it convenient for use in the dark. And as far as the cost of Blackberry Bold 9790 goes (in terms of owning and maintaining goes), I can’t stress on how appealing it was.

The Blackberry Bold 9790’s navigation buttons make it easy to move around the phone, whether it’s answering calls or browsing through different apps in the phone itself.


Since the camera in the Blackberry Bold 9790 is a 5-megapixel camera, it is not perfectly clear. However, it is low compared to phones that now have a camera with 8-megapixel or even more. Its zoom in feature is not so bad, and the LED flash actually does improve the way pictures do look relative to regular pictures taken.

Battery Life:

It is one of the Blackberry Bold 9790’s good features. Its battery life, when fully charged, stays for one full day. Could be utilized in ease with a single charge, and when not used, its battery can survive for days. Unlike the iPhone, you charge it for 2 hours so it’s full, and its less than 10% battery life in 12 hours. It is definitely fast and simple to use.

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