BlackBerry 9000 Smartphone Review - Part III - OS4.6

By Kevin Michaluk on 8 May 2008 07:40 am EDT
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BlackBerry 9000 Review - Part III - Diving into OS4.6

[ BlackBerry Bold Review Series - Table of Contents ]

Diving into the OS on the BlackBery Bold 9000 

And I’m back with Part III of the web’s first BlackBerry 9000 Review. In this installment we will take a closer look at the BlackBerry 9000’s version 4.6 operating system. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Part I and Part II which provide an overview of the BlackBerry 9000 along with my initial reactions and observations. Part II includes a Video Quick Tour of the 9000 and its operating system that is worth checking out.

[ Disclaimer: Changes to the Hardware and upgrades to the Software will likely be made before the BlackBerry 9000 is officially released ]

BBOS Preamble

While legions of BlackBerry users are stuck waiting for operating system version 4.5 to become available for upgrade, along come release specs for the BlackBerry 9000 and 9100 touting they will be ship with OS4.6! Sooo not fair. But as you read this and look at all of the eyecandy screen captures, keep in mind many/most of the new features in 4.6 are already coming your way when OS4.5 becomes available. OS4.6 just kicks it up a slight notch and makes it pretty.

As for the new incremental features in OS4.6 that we haven’t yet seen on OS4.5 previews, the big question is will these OS4.6 incremental improvements make there way to existing Curve, 88xx and Pearl Users? And while I don’t have an answer to this question, my hunch is that RIM will always try and pack as much OS goodness into every current device model until they reach the limits of a device’s hardware capabilities. Call me a BlackBerry fan boy, it's the truth! :-)

OS4.6 at a Glance

The first thing you notice about the 9000's OS are its good looks. And I’m not just talking simple lipstick applied to the current BlackBerry OS - it’s more like she’s come home from a trip to the spa with a manicure, pedicure, facial and wax wearing high heels and a cocktail dress. SEXY!

Three factors contribute to the 9000’s onscreen sex appeal:

  • the new Precision Themes
  • that AMAZING LCD Display
  • revamped Native Apps to match the new look

The unfortunate thing about this is that even if the Precision themes came to the Curve, Pearl and 8800 series, they wouldn’t look nearly as good as they do on the 9000’s 480 by 320 LCD.

Precision Themes & General Appearances

While I’m sure the 9000 will also ship with a carrier branded theme, the BlackBerry 9000 I’m playing with has three themes installed by default – the Precision L, Precision Today and Precision Zen.

A big departure from current theme designs, with the Precision themes when you set a new wallpaper it only changes it on the home screen. When you click the BlackBerry button from the home screen to go to the application shortcut view, aka Ribbon, the background wallpaper remains unchanged (in this case stays black). I’ve been looking for an option to change that background color but haven’t it found it yet. I guess this explains why there is no Precision Icon theme in 4.6 like there is a Dimension Icon theme in currently available operating system versions.

BlackBerry 9000 Precision L Theme BlackBerry 9000 Precision Zen Theme

BlackBerry 9000 Precision Today Theme BlackBerry 9000 Precision Icon Screen / Ribbon
OS4.6 Precision Themes Will Replace the Current Dimension Themes

The rollover effects on the home screen are a nice touch and are actually different from the rollover effects on the Icon view. If you want to see these effects in action check out the BlackBerry 9000 Quick Tour Video.

While not a visual change, OS4.6 packs a much-welcomed feature improvement to the ribbon – the ability to now delete applications directly in two clicks. That’s a lot less scrolling and clicking than Options > Advanced Options > Applications > Hunt through the list for the right app > Menu key > Delete. When it comes time to install and remove 3rd party themes from the device, you will also be saved from the trip into the Applications menu. As long as a theme isn't active, you can delete it straight from the Options > Themes page. Solid changes, but it's almost too bad as the 9000's processor now FLIES through the typically slow task of “Building Application List”. 

One thing I noted missing from Options > Screen/Keyboard menu is the “Font Smoothing” option. I guess there’s no need as anti-aliased fonts are used everywhere on 4.6 which give the 9000's GUI an ultra-clean look.

Delete Themes from the Theme Page Delete Themes form the Theme Page

Delete Applications from the Ribbon / Application Screen No Need for A Font Smoothing Option - All Fonts are SMOOOOTH!
OS4.6 Allows You to Delete Applications from the Application Ribbon

The other major visual improvement to 4.6 is the treatment of layers, and more specifically, the use of transparency within the Precision themes. Open your email, and hit the menu key – as you scroll through options on the pop-up menu, you can still see through to the images behind. These transparent windows are even at work on home screen and icon screen, if for example you pull up Profiles or Connections (note the 2G/3G/2G&3G selection under Manage Connections > Mobile Network Options).

Transparent Menus Within the Email App Look Good The Sound Profiles Menu Gets a Nice Looking Makeover

The Manage Connections Utility Mobile Network Options - Note the 3G/2G Option and New Tools
OS4.6 Precision Themes Will Replace the Current Dimension Themes

Throw in some revamped notification icons at the top, including a new one for 3G (sweet!!) and you now have the foundation of OS4.6 on the BlackBerry 9000.

OS 4.6.1 NATIVE APPLICATIONS

Before we get to it, I need to provide a disclaimer here. The BlackBerry 9000 I am using for this review is running OS version 4.6.0.22 (67). I honestly have no idea how close or far this particular version is from what will ultimately ship on the BlackBerry 9000 when released. Based on a two days of use, I think this version *should* be close to the final version, but is not quite there just yet. I’ve encountered a few bugs (nothing too major and I'll make note of them as they pop up), but more critical and of interest to readers is that the web browser on this version of 4.6 doesn’t do the nifty rendering job that was promised in the BlackBerry Device Software v4.6 Incremental Features Document that recently surfaced. I take as a sure sign of more refinements to come before the 9000 avec OS4.1 hits consumer hands.

Help Me! Screen Details More BlackBerry 9000 Details
Disclaimer: Version 4.6 Software Will Likely Be Updated Before 9000 Release

The Precision themes found on 4.6 pretty up (if you haven't caught on yet, "pretty" is my favorite word in this whole Review Series) the Native apps and one of them is completely new, so lets take a look at the new look! I won't cover every single app/screenshot here, but don't worry, I'll do up a longer video to accompany Part IV for the CrackBerry geeks among us that want to see everything (no complaining to me if the next video is a bit long and boring...you asked for it!).

Communication Apps

Email Application

Transparent Menus Within the Email App Look Good Composing a New Email Message in OS4.6

The Current Email App in OS4.2.2 Composing a Message in OS4.2.2
OS4.6 on the 9000 vs. OS4.2.2 on the 8320

The big thing here is the looks! As I snap these screenshots off the 9000, I have my 8320 Curve also in hand (running OS 4.2.2) and am crosschecking to see if there’s any new/different menu options that I may have not noticed at first glance. And every time I switch back to the Curve, it becomes a little less enjoyable for me. As much as I LOVE the Curve (and am EXTREMELY happy for all those CDMA customers who are finally getting their hands on one), I just can’t help but fall in love for the 9000’s slightly bigger, brighter and higher res display. Hopefully the new version of the Plazmic Theme Builder will be released soon, as that will go a long way in dressing up all of the existing devices on the market, as we've seen illustrated by some of the recent themes to hit the net, such as the short-lived Crossbar theme and our own CrackBerry.com User & Abuser themes (if you haven't checked these out yet you should - they're FREE and they rock!).

BlackBerry Messenger

Inline Spell Checking in BlackBerry Messenger Adding Contacts to BlackBerry Messenger Gets a Whole Lot Easier
Member of Facebook? Check out the BlackBerry PIN Exchange!

I *think* BlackBerry Messenger picked up a new feature – inline spell checking. As you’re typing out your messages, anything spelled incorrectly gets underlined. If you do make a mistake you can either go back and correct it (the fastest way) of if you’re not sure you can click the menu key when on the underlined word and access suggestions. If not new, it’s just something I’ve never noticed or turned on before and it appears in 4.6 by default. Heck, the BBOS is so loaded with shortcuts and tricks I’m still discovering new things in OS4.2.2, never mind 4.6.

It's also much easier to add contacts via PIN within 4.6. This functionality will be included in OS4.5, but since we’re still waiting on that it’s worth pointing out. Unlike the current OS where you need to Add a Contact… > Use Once > menu click > Request by PIN, in 4.6 you simply click Add a Contact and can type in a PIN/email address or address book name directly.

Phone App

Phone App Gets the Precision Theme Treatment Phone App Gets the Precision Theme Treatment
The Phone Application Gets the Precision Theme Treatments

Not much new within the phone app other than the classy Precision theme stylings. But since we’re talking Phone here, it’s worth pointing out again that the 9000’s call quality is superb and the speakerphone is MUCH IMPROVED.

Bluetooth

Incoming Call Screen Reminds You That You Are Connected You Can Choose to Use or Not Use Your BT Headset When Answering A Call

Search or Listen for Bluetooth Devices Bluetooth Options
OS4.6 Shows Some Bluetooth Love

The Add Bluetooth utility has undergone some revisions, most notably the ability to now Listen for a device vs. just Searching for one. When connected to a Bluetooth headset and a call is inbound, you can also choose how to direct the call - a great feature I could have personally used many times in the past (there have been soo many times when I have answer a call forgetting I was paired and connected to a headset).

Media Apps

There's no doubt the BlackBerry 9000 is the most media-friendly BlackBerry to date. The media apps have all received a slight 4.6 facelift, so let’s take a quick visual walk about. Again, be sure to check out the BlackBerry 9000 Video Overview to see the Music and Movie Player in action.

Music Player

Automatic Playlist Creation Automatic Playlist Creation

Music Player Options Previous and Next Buttons Along with some Lipstick
There's Always Room for Improvement

After having used 3rd party music player apps like FlipSide and now MiuTunes, the BlackBerry music player still leaves a little something to be desired. The very visual nature of these 3rd party players would do well with the 9000’s display, but I guess havinng iPhone-like cover flow on the native music player isn't happening just yet. In addition to the newish look, improvements include skip/previous buttons, automatic playlist creation, an exclude folders option, and headset equalizer settings (most of these coming in 4.5).

Camera & Pictures Library  

Full Screen Photo Capture Photo Capture Options. Geotagging is new!

Photo Taking View. Black Image as I am connected to the Computer via USB Unable to Save Because I'm Connected to the Computer via USB
Eyecandy of the Camera App!

The camera runs very smoothly on the 9000. The flash is still blindingly bright and picture quality is ok. Max resolution is still at 1600 by 1200 pixels. It would be nice to see RIM up the camera to 3.2 mega pixels – I’m pretty sure the 9000’s hardware could support it and then some. As for the camera app itself, the only thing that caught my eye here was the option for Geotagging photos. Very cool. I know a lot of CrackBerry users out there were hoping for an option to turn off the picture taking / shutter sound, but no dice. However, the photo taking sound is at least slightly quieter on the 9000 when compared to my 8320 and 8300. 

View All Pictures from Picture Library Main Page Picture App Viewing Options

Image Properties Viewed from the Picture Library. Note the Geo Tagged Tag. My Workstation - Photo Taken on BlackBerry 9000
A Quick Look at the Pictures Library

Within the Pictures Library, users can now view all pictures stored on both the device’s internal and external memory right from the main Picture Library screen. I'm not sure this feature was working quite right for me though as I wasn't getting the same list of files on the main screen as depicted in the OS4.6 final specs document. When viewing the properties of an image, you can easily tell if it has been geotagged.

Video Camera & Movies

The most interesting thing to report about the Video Recorder on OS4.6 is that there is NO application shortcut on the ribbon for it! I can’t quite decide if this just an oversight for now and a shortcut will be in place for it come final release or if this has been done to simplify things, since in our modern day world of digital cameras, the video recording aspect is almost assumed. Likewise, Video Camera is not an option on the Convenience Key settings list. Personally I’d prefer to see a dedicated shortcut, as right now four clicks are required to begin recording: Open Camera > Menu > Video Camera > Record. I’m also finding it easy for myself to get confused – am I in the Camera or the Video Camera?!

Launching the Video Camera from within the Camera App Video Recording is Not Full Screen - Playback and Phototaking is

Video Library Shortcut Ignore the Error Message - that's from the Screen Capture Software. Video Playback on the 9000 Works Great
Video Camera and Video Player Eyecandy!

While typing this I realized I actually made a mistake in my Video Quick Tour – when flipping between the camera and video recording I said you can record video in full screen mode. That’s actually not the case – for snapping photos and video playback you can take advantage of full screen view, but video recording still takes place within the smaller window. My bad. But in retrospect I’ll blame the lack of a dedicated shortcut!

The video player itself seems very smooth, even when viewing large movies. With my current device, things often get a bit “glitchy” if I try and scroll to specific points in a long movie. The increased horsepower in the 9000 seems to take care of that. And though I’ve already made mention of it five times, I’ll say it again – between the 9000’s LCD and superb speakers, watching videos on a BlackBerry is a much-improved experience. 

Ringtones & Voicenotes - These are two other apps that fall into the Media Folder on the BlackBerry. Nothing big to report on here, so let's move on to the two apps that receive the biggest makeover in OS4.6 

Handy Applications

Clock

It looks like the biggest app to receive a change in OS4.6 is the native Alarm application, which has now been re-branded to CLOCK! The app is no longer a simple alarm, nor is it only a clock. The new app is now an Alarm, Clock, Stopwatch, Timer and Bedside Companion in One!

When you click into the Clock app, you are greeted by a full screen clock which can be set in any of three styles: Analog, Digital and my favorite, Flip Clock. You also have the option to set the Clock to automatically display whenever the 9000 is plugged in for charging, a nice touch for those of us who have their BlackBerrys on their computer desk during the day...the BlackBerry now serves double duty.

Analog Clock Digital Clock

Flip Clock Clock Main Menu

Clock and Alarm Options Bedside Mode, Stopwatch and Countdown Timer Options

There is also an option on the main Clock menu to toggle your BlackBerry between Bedside Mode On and Bedside Mode Off. Within the Bedside mode options you have the ability to Disable the LED and Radio. RIM must have finally realized that nearly everyone (at least all the BB addicts I know) sleep with their BlackBerry at side and have responded!! The app is smart too – if you have Bedside mode turned on and go to exit the app, it will prompt you to disable Bedside mode.

The Alarm app itself is still the same old application - a single alarm that can be set to On / Off or Weekdays. Good News for those who like to Snooze - in addition to the standard 1, 5, 10 minutes an additional 15 and 30 minute snooze has been added! Overall, the alarm clock is basic and gets the job done, but is a little too basic for my liking, especially since I’ve been using BBSmart’s new Alarms Pro! application which is feature packed and I absolutely love.

Setting the Alarm Alarm is Set

The Stop Watch is just your basic Start /Stop / Reset, but it looks cool and my favorite – it allows you to Forward Results on to a contact via Email, BlackBerry Messenger, MMS, PIN or SMS. I have a feeling this could easily turn into the next BrickBreaker-like phenomena in the corporate world – colleagues will be PINing eachother back and forth all day long with all sorts of useless task times: fastest to get to work, run to Starbucks, go to the bathroom, get the A1L645 forms filed, etc. etc. etc. Just watch – it’ll turn into a competitive thing.

Stopwatch and Stopwatch Menu Send the Results!

The Timer is a simple countdown app (you set the time!) but it’s extremely helpful. I’ll never over boil my eggs again!!

Countdown Timer Counting Down and Menu Done!

Calculator

The other Handy App in OS4.6 to get a Extreme Home Makeover is the Calculator. It's still the same old basic calculator underneath, but it has a hot new look!

Countdown Timer Counting Down and Menu Done!

Next Up 

There's still lots left to talk about in OS4.6! Coming in Part IV will be a lonnnng video walk through and we'll check out the items I haven't touched on yet: web browser (remember, I don't think the OS I'm running has the final release browser on it - so I'm not in a rush to show it off), other native apps including Slideshow and Word To Go, utilities like the built-in Memory Cleaner and we'll also check out some 3rd party apps to see how they look/work on OS4.6. Keep it locked to CrackBerry.com!

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44 comments

slim409

Awesome review Kevin. I'm so jealous!!! Oh you might want to check your email, looks you got a few!

the1

I'm still looking at the 3g symbol up top. I need to ride to Canada and hang out with Kev..lol

Nan Palmero

Thanks for the in depth review! I was wondering if you could show us if there are any new smileys in BB Messenger please?

CGSCOT

Another Excellent Review Kevin, lots of pretty stuff to look forward to. I'm still not sure about the themes / icons, flat 2D icons seem basic & a step backward to me.
Also you'd have thought RIM could have sorted the size of the photo when someone calls, that big pretty hi-res screen but all you get is a tiny photo.

Also....you have 3 Computers, Cool !...you're like James Bond with all your gadgets :)

fantom1023

Holey Cow!!!! Each time I read a new review, it makes me want one of these that much more. This thing is AWESOME, and has everything you need except for a kitchen sink!! Keep up the spectacular reviews and look forward to the loooong videos of the new 9000 in action.

mothy

That is awesome I cant wait. Kevin, any chance to get a copy of the wall paper?

mdlissner

Kevin - Thanks again - hope this gets announced at the upcoming show so we can all get one soon!

agraves1006

at first, i wasnt too impressed, however after much in-depth review, i am very impressed. Now i am leaning towards purchasing one. I like that the screen is bigger!!! And i definitely like the upgradded apps. What an improvement!!!!
Thanks for the in-depth review.!!!

dlnmorrow

All I can say is.....W O W!!!
Dude you're the luckiest!!
I'm doing cartwheels and cant wait til its released!

Hairbear1954

I don't comment on here that often, but wanted to say thank for this great review. Your thoroughness is very much appreciated. When the 9000 comes out it will be a peice of cake using it. We will know most of the ins and outs of the BB.

I personally am waiting to see what they do with a touch screen BB. I am holding out to decide which I will want. I am pretty stuck on my Curve, but these new features are quite appealing. I have to agree with another post here that the Icons on the themes leave much to be desired. I wondering if RIM is not putting that much effort into this as secondary markets seem to come out with a plethora of themes when a new BB hits the market?? Just a thought.

Thanks again!

Snowingocean21

I didn't know it came with Wi-Fi. That's wicked cool! I just might come to your house, Kevin, and steal it! JK! ^___^

Adlen

FIRST:
"wearing high heels and a cocktail dress. SEXY!" -You need a shrink. I don't think that about BlackBerrys, honest *shifty eyes*

SECOND:
4.5 has that email interface.

THIRD:
I prefer the interface of 4.5 on a few things :(

Keep 'em comin' Kevmeister :P

Anonymous

Kevin - wow great review - the phone looks promising ... But I'm wondering, when is the release date for this phone? Will it be very soon? I want to buy an unlocked version.thanx

Olga

Kevin, you're a cruel bastard!

BB is not f*cking around - dahy'um!

Ryan Hammond

How do you do your screen caps? Those are amazing!

Just-Rob

Curious if you noticed any improvements. I like the idea but currently it is way to frustrating to use on my Curve. Thank you for sharing your most excellent reviews. I probably would not have upgraded but after reading your review, I have already stashed away my tax rebate waiting for the at&t release of the 9000. RIM should thank you for giving us a consumer eyes view, I trust you more than their hype.

Cheers

kingharrison

I know this seems small and trivial but it is the reason I switched back to Windows Mobile.

Can the new OS display all day events on the front screen? I know with my old curve it could only display events that had specific times. This sucks when you have birthdays come and go that are all day events on your Google Calendar.

Kevin Michaluk

I set up an all day event and it displays on the homescreen when the Precision Today theme is used:

stevek

I was planning on picking up the curve from Sprint but am now condisering waiting for the 9000. Any word on when it will be available? Thanks.

JRSCCivic98

BTW, nice part3. That error message about pushing the screen had me thinking they built touchscreen on this thing, but didn't program it yet on the java os. Wouldn't that be cool? Imagine having the device just like it is now, but also implement touchscreen on it as well for faster navigation when you don't want to use the trackball. I think that would be a good way for RIM to expand into that market rather then go full on touchscreen.

Anonymous

anyone notice that the boygenius refuses to take notice of this story? he will write all day about battery life issues and how another publication swiped his story, but any mention of a new model and a new os? any links to these reviews or videos of the handheld in action?

nope. guess his ego can't handle being beat at his own game. nice work crackberry...

Anonymous' Enemy

BGR is not reporting this story because Kevin's having of the 9000 is pretty much illegal. Also, his ego is as big as our's, he wasn't scooped by Kevin because unlike Crackberrians, he is not addicted. No wonder Kevin has more info on the 9000! Cause he owns it!!! BGR is not a blackberry addict and would not spend more than 800 bucks just for a damn prereleased review that is for-the-freakin last time ILLEGAL!!!

Mark_w

I have enjoyed your reviews and am looking forward to the next installments.

RIM announced that Docs2Go would be in a future OS release. On the DataViz website it says it will be available in 4.5 and above. Is it in the 9000?

Thanks,

JerryPokorney

Do you know if there is a headphone jack and whether it is the standard jack or the "mini" jack that is on the Pearl?

Jacksn

Kevin, what a fine job this week you have done for the community, on totally giving us the killer scoop on the newest "uber-phone-of-all"!!
Wanna share?? ;-)
Enjoy!!

Anonymous

Kevin,

As I have always asked and since my dive into the bb world. Does 4.6 have ring and vibrate TOGETHER? I have 4.5 on my 8300,beta version. Its not on it. Do you know if the final version will have it? Does 4.6 which you are presently testing have it? I think I would purchase a 9000 just for that reason.

escozoo2900

soo it looks pretty sweet.. i am jealous should of waited but i love my pearl.. when this coming out? i'm already wanting one

Anonymous

Any progress on accessing files from the storage card? Is it Microsoft Outlook friedly ? Can you load anbd store prorams on the storage card and run them from there?

Raiders

I didnt know where to post this.....

Is there any way this theme will be offered? Love it.Looks real nice and I would like to have it on my CDMA Curve.

So....any thoughts? Either here or shoot me a PM.

Anonymous

Did you by any chance connect this up to the BES? If so I'm sure BlackBerry know exactly where this device came from and might well brick the phone?

New2TheGame

I currently am a Treo owner and am looking to "convert" to the Blackberry. I've been thinking about the Curve via Sprint, but now that the BB Bold is coming I don't why I would choose one over the other. What's the biggest difference in the two?

Anonymous

Is there not threaded SMS?? :-( Is there a way to SORT messages by sender as opposed to just "time received" ..? When you search for all messages a person has sent, does it take forever to complete the search? Is there a way to delete messages from a user quickly? Their SMS feature is the most desperate feature for an overhaul and it appears to have received no attention. I'm desperate to know if any improvements have been made... please post a reply Kev, and thanks again! I'm jealous! I'd like to buy a 9000!!! Today.

Tooking_mcknn

Seeing the phone in depth like this is really helping me out in convincing myself to purchase this device!

Carlos Pessoa Filho

Hello!!

I am SERIOUSL?Y considering to leave my iPhone 1.0 behind and move to the Blackberry world with the Bold, but my only concern is regarding syncing the Bold and my mac. Since I saw one of the pics above featuring an iMac, I would like to hear your experience regardng this!

Thank you so much for the great review!

Anonymous

It would be great if you could write a comparison between the
Blackberry 9000 and the new 3G iPhone. Many of us are trying to decide to get the new iPhone or not. It would be great if you could also compare it with the Blackberry Thunder as well.

Regards
Chris

Anonymous

Thank you for the review great job. It is now coming up on August, WHEN WILL IT BE OUT FOR THE PUBLIC TO HAVE ONE TOO? Iam so jealous but happy for you, enjoy and thanks again.

jujibee

Will the music still be able to be used for ringtones? This will be my first BB and my friend's Curve allows her to put her music from her Media Player as a ringtone....will it let you do that? PLEASE LET ME KNOW!! Thanks!

Norman Leger

I have checked the Garmin site to see if the Bold's bluetooth will be compatible to the hands free function on my NUVII 6000 GPS.

It's compatible to all existing BlackBerry phones but it doesn't list the Bold at this time. Do you see it as being a problem? My HTC phone has Window's Mobile on it and won't pair with my GPS because of that (at least that's what I was told).

Thanks for any information you can provide.

pceresia

While the clock can be set to be continuously on when plugged into a charger, can it be set to be on beyond the max screen on length of 2 minutes when not plugged in to a charger. I present frequently and the count down feature could be a valuable assist for managing a presentation but the screen shuts down after the 2 minutes if you aren't continually manipulating the keyboard.
Thanks Pat

tato22

are going to get this for t mobile usa

useagle3

does any one knows if verizon is going bring us the blacberry bold/9000?and as far as the storm concern, i think that is a waste of time to even trying the storm.i desliket so much i have returned it after one day.i GOT my curve back.it is one of the best out there.but the BOLD shows more of the good in it , more than any other phone.

jusmejose

im new how do i uplaod themes to my att blackberry bold? any help...