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Friday, 03 September 2010 09:28

Another white Bold to be released

Written by David Stellmack

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9780 to continue Bold tradition
Sources are telling us that RIM will be carrying on its tradition of releasing models in the Bold product family in white. From the whispers that we are hearing, the 9780 Bold will be the next Bold to get the white facelift.

Previously, RIM has re-released a number of BlackBerry models in different color combinations. The models in the Bold family, however, seem to be popular with the maker for release in white, as it is said to be a very popular color choice for cell phones.

No word yet from our sources on when the 9780 in white will show up or who the lucky carriers will be, beyond Vodafone that might get it; our sources whisper in our ear that AT&T and T-Mobile will get the 9780, as well, but it is likely that only AT&T will get it in white.

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