Phone Scoop had the opportunity to sit down and conduct a frank discussion about Research In Motion with the editorial teams of CrackBerry.com and BoyGeniusReport.com. We pulled no punches. The conversation, which runs about 43 minutes in length, covers a range of topics. We spoke about the new 9100 Pearl 3G and 9650 Bold handsets; BlackBerry 6; RIM's management style; its commitment to both the consumer and enterprise customer segments; and what we all think RIM needs to do to ward off Apple, Google, Microsoft and others.
Since Phone Scoop doesn't have its system set up to host a podcast or distribute one via iTunes, you can head over to listen to our thoughts at CrackBerry.com.
Participants included Kevin Michaluk, Adam Zeis, Bla1ze, and Isaac Kendall from CrackBerry; Boy Genius (Jonathan Gellar), Michael Bettiol, and Andrew Munchbach from BoyGeniusReport.com, and Eric Zeman from PhoneScoop.com.
Research In Motion boldy goes nowhere new with its latest BlackBerry, the 9650 Bold. It's solid and capable, but fails to break any new ground.
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2.3" display 360 x 400 pixels
1,150 mAh battery
Memory Card Slot, Hardware Text Keyboard, Headphone Jack (3.5mm)