So, it’s the 25th day of July, and we’ve still not heard a peep regarding the Blackberry Bold 9000’s release. Previous reports indicating that July 25 was the date to look forward to for an official announcement of the BlackBerry Bold’s launch were obviously off the mark.
Where does that leave BlackBerry fanatics chompin’ at the bit for some high-res, 3G love from Waterloo? Apparently in the same place they were yesterday, only, with a little more insight as to when the BlackBerry Bold 9000 is expected to launch in their neck of the woods.
We’re hearing that the RIM is looking towards a staggered BlackBerry Bold launch on five major carriers around the globe.
First up, is Canada’s Rogers network. They’ll be kicking off the Bold-party on July 29.
Vodafone UK is expected to release the BlackBerry Bold on August 1, with T-Mobile Germany going live with the highly-anticipated BlackBerry flagship on August 4.
Then, we should be seeing the BlackBerry Bold coming to AT&T in the US and O2 in the UK sometime in September. Unfortunately, that’s about as accurate a launch windows as we can give our American readers.
But, what we do know about the BlackBerry Bold’s launch is that it will be rocking the BlackBerry OS 184.108.40.206 (rel. 212) with the BlackBerry Media Sync iTunes compatibility software.
Don’t hold your breath in waiting for the BlackBerry Bold to launch in your particular market. But, it’s nice to have a rumored launch-date to look forward to – regardless of whether the rumor pans out, or not.