BlackBerry 9700 OEM Wallpapers Available For Download

By Bla1ze on 25 Aug 2009 06:48 am EDT
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BlackBerry 9700 OEM Wallpapers!

An interesting post went up over at the BlackBerry Ninja's blog - it's not something everyone will be interested in but I figured some of you out there may appreciate it. Wallpapers from the BlackBerry 9700 OS 5.0.0.166 were extracted and put up for everyone to download.

Some nice pictures are loaded with the devices and often times RIM will only place those pics on certain carrier released devices, as was the case with the BlackBerry Bold. Many users wanted the OEM wallpapers they saw in the advertisements and such, but some were just not available until some time passed and users were able to get a hold of them. This time though the OEM wallpapers are nicely posted so be sure to grab them (I'm sure they'll get submitted to the CrackBerry wallpaper gallery soon). I just have one question for everyone, someone has to know... is this the bridge that is in Halifax, Nova Scotia?

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BlackBerry 9700 OEM Wallpapers Available For Download

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nice pics, now I just need a bold to put them on..heh

I'm pretty sure that's the Bay Bridge in SF though,
Cetainly looks a bit like the Mackay, but the uprights look different, and it looks a LOT longer than hfx's :)
cheers

ps - i cross it almost every day :)

Yes that is the bay bridge without a doubt..

Ugg you crazy jrv2.. I did it for two years, hour an a half to go three miles from Emeryville to Bush and Montgomery.

Reminds me of Windows 7 for some reason...the question I have is...when is this phone going to be released? Good Gawd! haha

I'm sitting here looking at both the MacKay and MacDonald Bridges in Halifax right now. Much as I'd like RIM to be using a Nova Scotia image in its wallpaper, I think JRV2 is right. Among other things, both Halifax bridges only have 2 towers, while the one in the photo has at least four.

I love RIM's OEM wallpapers and I'm completely suprised by them being out and public already. Has this happened before with other devices?