Another BlackBerry. Bold by name, and Blackberry Bold went on sale yesterday from AT&T!
The Blackberry Bold's screen is amazing. Crisp, sharp, and bright, the screen even overtakes the quality of Nokia's flagship phone, the N96. Unfortunately, the wonders stop here. The new software delivered with the Blackberry Bold tends to be quite clumsy and silly at times.
For yet to be understood reasons, the Bold's clock application does not support multiple recurrent alarms. Plus, the photo camera and the video camera are two different applications, the latter being buried somewhere deep into the Applications folder. Also, by default, the email and SMS inboxes are different folders. However, Bold's music player is quite good and offers all the functionality one would expect from a modern mobile phone music player.
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