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About this product
- Product InformationCommunicate with your peers and switch between 10 email accounts with the BlackBerry Bold 9650. View images in life-like clarity on the light sensitive screen of this BlackBerry GPS phone. The v2.1 Bluetooth connectivity of this BlackBerry QWERTY phone allows for efficient and instant data transfer. Talk non-stop for up to 5 hours with the powerful 1400 mAHR rechargeable lithium-ion battery of this BlackBerry GPS phone. The BlackBerry Bold 9650 phone comes with password protection and keyboard lock.
- Family LineBlackBerry Bold
- Storage Capacity512MB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyCDMA / EVDO Rev. A,GSM/GPRS/EDGE,HSPA / UMTS
- BandGSM 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband) HSDPA 2100 CDMA EVDO Rev. A 800/1900
- ConnectivityMicro USB,USB 2.0
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD,MicroSDHC
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity1400 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 300 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 312 hr
- Display TechnologyTFT LCD
- Screen Size2.4"
- Display Resolution480 x 360 pixels
- Color Depth16-bit (65000 colors)
- Touch ScreenNo
- Digital CameraNo
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.43 in.
- Depth0.56 in.
- Width2.4 in.
- Weight4.8 oz
- Antenna TypeInternal
Most relevant reviews
- hamm62674doJul 05, 2016by
This phone does what I want it to. Great communication device. Works great. Battery lasts more than a day.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- mipanafull21rJan 02, 2012by
very very good
Coming off my 8330 I was more than excited to pick up a Tour 9630 the day it was released. I was one of a dozen or so people in line at my local Verizon store, and was in and out in a few minutes. I rushed home to get up and running on my new device. I fell in love with the higher resoution screen, keyboard and all around design. Thankfully I didn't have the trackball issues like some, but my battery door did come loose at times. I was happy to finally have the latest device on Verion's network (not such a big fan of AT&T or T-Mobile here in New Jersey). Enter the Bold 9700. The feel of the device combined with the trackpad and overall "smoothness" just left me thinking "where is my CDMA version"? Rumors started flying, and sure enough talk of the Tour 2 popped up. Wifi and a trackpad on my Tour? Yes please. As with everyone else I was asking why Verizon didn't do it right the first time with the release of the 9630, but hindsight is 20/20. Months down the road, doubled memory, a trackpad, Wifi and a bit of rebranding leaves us with the newly released Bold 9650. Read on for my review. Straight up out of the box you just think "Tour". The trackpad is the obvious difference, and aside from the Bold branding on the back it's the same device ... on the outside. On the inside we have juiced up memory to 512MB (in preparations for BlackBerry 6) and the addition of Wifi. The Bold 9650 feels great all around. Its a bit bigger than the Bold 9700 I've been using for the past few months, but nothing I won't be able to get used to. Holding the device is a bit different as it takes up more "hand space", but again I'll get over it. I love the 9650 keyboard (as I did the Tour) and mostly that I can get back on Verizon since the service is sooooo much better than that of T-Mobile where I live. Having the Wifi on a CDMA device is kind of a first for me since I never used a Storm2 and only rocked out the 8530 for a week or so. I was never a big believer in it in the past, but after having the Bold 9700 I really can't see myself without it. The back of the device has the large battery door, and thanfully it isn't loose and wobbly like my old Tour 9630. The site buttons and convenience keys are in the same place, with the exception of the micro USB port having dropped down a bit for some unknown reason. The placement of the port still is a mystery to me since it gets in the way if you try to type with the device plugged in. Read full review
- uberdealingMay 24, 2011by
Good choice for those who have a busy schedule.
A lot of Folks live and die by their Blackberries, and I must say that there is a certain Mysticism about the phone. Once you own it that aura will dissipate into an understandable confusion that will last a couple of days--until your comfort lever with the phone reaches the point where you get used to the unit. I did like the phone. the good: Elegant, sophisticated, sleek design makes it a real Eye Candy. The Wi-Fi feature is excellent and without complications--Hotspots are easy to set up. Call quality is very good, its music player is real nice with Boost Sound that is very Impressive, and the abundant choices on apps are just enough to keep you entertained and yet curious. The Bad: the Keyboard is hard to get used to; the keys are just too small. The phone is very delicate; should you drop it, you better have your insurance forms ready because it will hopelessly break. Good choice for those who have a busy schedule. Read full review
- ssteiningerJan 20, 2016by
It wasn't as listed. It had a camera and description said it didnt but nice phone
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- willmelo77Dec 10, 2011by
Blackberry Bold 9650 even better than 9700
First impressions of this phone are great. It was very easy to set up. Had a little bit of a hard time setting up gmail, but with a quick search on Google, found the solution and was up and running. Have been able to navigate easily around the phone so far, and just completed setup in under 20 mins including activation. The keyboard is just as easy to use as the Droid 2 phone I just replaced...and it was easier to set up. I downgraded in screen size from the Droid 2, but no biggie. Overall I'm very please with this phone, and I got it for 180 on Ebay...can't beat it for a phone that is in like new condition with all original accessories, all of which were still in the plastic..and it came with the original box. Now all I need to do is get my music over here, and I'm good to go. Phone feels light in the hand, but solid at the same time. The track pad makes it easy to navigate around the phone. I have to say that I like using it more than a touch screen, but that's just my personal preference. I just can't stand all the screen smudges all the time. This is my first Blackberry, so we will see how it goes. I did not rate the battery yet, just activated it, so maybe I will update that later, but I have heard it is very good. Read full review