1. jta1188's Avatar
    Excuse me if I'm wrong, but I believe I've read that the CDMA version of the BlackBerry Bold (codenamed Niagara or what have you) is 2 or 2.5G? Is there a reason for this? Verizon for one already has 3G BlackBerries in the form of the 8830, Curve, and I believe the Pearl. Why would RIM regress to slower data transfer speeds on a new phone?
    05-20-08 01:34 AM
  2. volkanerkan's Avatar
    05-20-08 01:44 AM
  3. pmjohnson99's Avatar
    Well as I read it the Niagra is the EV-DO version of the Bold and comes with the Qualcomm MSM7600 processor, which is for 3G connectivity. Also specs have said EV-DO Rev. A which some would argue is 3.5G, but I won't get into to that.

    But no, it is for the most part (theoretically) 3G. This, of course, is all based on rumors and speculation across the blogosphere.
    05-20-08 01:53 AM