BlackBerry Bold 9900 in white appears on Dutch retailer website

White BlackBerry Bold 9900
By Bla1ze on 10 Oct 2011 01:53 pm EDT

Looks as though the White BlackBerry Bold 9900 is making its rounds once again. Earlier we posted up an image of one but it came with very little details and many people speculated it was just simply custom parts. Now, a Dutch retailer has posted up the device for sale with estimated delivery for 3 weeks. The image used -- looks for the most part official but given that it states it comes unlocked and still no official sign of the device arriving in different colors from RIM it's hard to say whether or not this is just a page set up due to anticipation of release or if it's really going to be arriving soon. As always, sound off in the comments and you can hit the source link for more details.

Source:; Thanks, Farid!

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BlackBerry Bold 9900 in white appears on Dutch retailer website


Well, technically it can't. It's the 9900 in white.

For Verizon, we want the 9930 in white.

I couldn't resist.......... :)

I don't care if they are white or black. Just star sending them to Mexico!!!! I want my BB with OS7 so bad!!!!!

fazer 02 dont even have the black in stock... not getting mine till 30 October hopefully.... which probably means later.. :(

uhh it says FM radio in the that a new feature, or just a typo/feature of another phone

You Rogers, Tmobile, Verizon, and Sprint users need to stop being so greedy... as us AT&T users still haven't even gotten the black Bold 9900... much less the white one. :-(

I can't believe you guys are still being fooled by Mike and Jim. OS 7 is an pk improvement, but guess what, all those things including the webkit is not new nor original. BB trails behind in all these smart phones attributes and present them to you guys as new and innovative. Where is Adobe Flash 10? RIM hasn't implemented them on their cell phones yet...but ANDROID users is enjoying total browsing as we speak. HTC, MOTOROLA, and SAMSUNG running Android 2.1 and higher are way ahead. So wake up and ditch your BB until rim put that damn playbook down and turn their attention back on smart-phones and get updated. How dare them bring out the Torch in 2010 with a processor less than 1 gigabyte, no Adobe Flash and a Android rip off version of a webkit. Take action people!!! or...come on over to Android.