BlackBerry Bold 9900 could be incentive to sell mobile phones
Britons planning to sell their mobile phones may wish to delay the act for a few weeks until the BlackBerry Bold 9900 is available via Three as a replacement.
The network has announced it will stock the smartphone from this summer, with its numerous hi-tech features sure to excite consumers.
Billed as the brand's thinnest model and using the new BlackBerry 7 operating system, there may be no better qualified device than the 9900.
"Our award winning 3G network will bring the new operating system to life so that our customers can be free to browse the web quickly and download apps on this slim new phone," said Sylvia Chind, head of branded devices at Three.
The model also includes a liquid graphics touchscreen, which is said to be quicker and more responsive than previous displays.
Three has this week confirmed it is now stocking the Samsung Galaxy S II, featuring a dual-core processor.
Posted by Peter Robinson