Here we are weeks away from OS 5.0, and we have 4.5 releasing to devices. Click here to download 126.96.36.199 for the Black Berry 8830 World Edition.
Editor's rating (1-5): Discuss this product Where to Buy (Sprint) Where to Buy (Alltel) Where to Buy (Verizon) Reviewed May 29, 2007 by Tong Zhang, Senior Editor Editor's note: the Black Berry 8830 is now available on Sprint as well.
A couple of months after the GSM Black Berry 8800 hit the market for AT&T and T-Mobile, Verizon brought the Black Berry 8830 World Edition phone to CDMA users in the US.
Though both Black Berry phones are in the same series of RIM’s device portfolio, the Black Berry 8830 isn’t just the 8800’s CDMA twin brother.
Windows Unistall/install doesn't find it when searches for applications so I can't uninstall it that way.
Uninstall isn't available when I go to MM9 and not in the folders in the MM9 folder under Program files-common files folder.
These are currently designed, manufactured, and marketed by TCL Communication (Black Berry Mobile), BB Merah Putih, and Optiemus for the global, Indonesian, and Indian markets, respectively, continuously using the Black Berry brand.
my first blackberry in 2008 I got it with 2 year contract for 250 dollars on alltel was a beast imo at that time no buffering watching youtube at all I got it after a bad experience using a iphone 3g with att damn thing froze when I got a call at times etc.
Verizon folks, you have waited too long to get your update.
You deserved this update months ago before 4.6 and 4.7 were even thought out!
Like the 8800, the Black Berry 8830 has the new Black Berry form factor with that attractive, slim body and trackball control, a micro SD card slot, Bluetooth 2.0, push email support, PIM applications and built-in GPS and navigation.
The camera-less Black Berry 8830 is designed for corporate users who require more security in their working environment.