It is rather unlikely that most would dub the BlackBerry Bold a particularly good device for gaming, which is compounded by the fact that even now there are comparatively few apps and games available. Thankfully however, things may at last be changing, thanks to the new BlackBerry Bold 9900 and other such handsets released during the course of 2011.
Boasting a new operating systems and a variety of other innovations across the board, RIM has had an interesting year so far, though far from an easy one to say the least. On one hand, certain BlackBerry models have continued to prove popular, mostly the Curve models, thanks in no small part to the revered messaging system.
On the other hand, the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet PC was met with a tepid welcome and has struggled ever since – while legions of floating voters have headed off to the Android and iPhone camps.
Nevertheless, with plans to introduce the BlackBerry PlayBook OS to the mobile Smartphone range and continue offering a wide variety of cutting edge inclusions such as NFC support, the future of RIM could indeed be a bright one – with many new handsets already in the pipeline for the upcoming months.
As such, with the BlackBerry Bold 9900 may not be a perfect Smartphone by any stretch of the imagination, it is nonetheless an excellent sign of where RIM looks to be going in the future and a proud flagship device for the time