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Freedom of choice–that’s the biggest advantage of buying an unlocked phone. You’re not bound to a carrier, and you have some pretty enticing choices when it comes to a handset.

9000-bold

PCWorld.com wrote up an interesting & informative article on unlocked smartphones. They put together a “Top Ten List” of the best Unlocked Smartphones, offering readers unlocked pricing cost’s of devices, specifications, and mini reviews.

Research In Motion’s (RIM) BlackBerry Bold 9000 was noted to be the #1 preferred Unlocked Smartphone. Surprisingly, Apple’s iPhone did not make the list.

T-Mobile customers now can experience the speed and sophistication of Research in Motion’s BlackBerry Bold 9000 ($400, unlocked; as of 4/13/09). The Bold is sold unlocked from third-party vendors in addition to being offered at a subsidized price from AT&T. But while the Bold boasts a sleek design, a sharp display, and high-speed connectivity, it fails to impress in some other areas–particularly, its call quality and its camera’s image quality.

Delivering high-speed browsing and powerful messaging capabilities, the Bold represents a major step up in form and function over existing BlackBerry models. Though it takes a lot for a handset’s QWERTY keyboard to impress me, the Bold succeeded. For this model, RIM revamped its keyboard with sculpted keys designed to minimize finger slippage. The result is a roomy, ergonomic typing area that makes texting and e-mailing a breeze.

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