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Old 07-07-2006, 09:34 AM   #15 (permalink)
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I actually have an 8125. (Cingular forced an exchange because I am a Sales Manager and they wanted me to have a PPC). I am still loyal to the BB though.

With that being said. If you are going to use the device as a phone and then email, you would be better off with the Cingular 8125 (also known as the HTC Wizard). Threre are some upsides and some downsides, I will admit. However, it is a great device overall. Not only does it have voice dialing, but you can pull up applications with a voice tag. Great for when your in the car.

As for the stylus, you dont have to use it all the time, generally the soft keys allow you to function most of the phones features. I have heard a lot of hype about the Motorola Q, that apparently isn't all true. Most people that I have talked to in the industry, don't like the Q at all.

Good luck.
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