Originally Posted by NJBlackBerry
Check out the device specifications and comparison between devices.
The 8900, for example, specifically mentions A2DP. The 8120 does not.
Thank you for your input. Yes, I realize that most of what I read before I got my 8120 said it didn't support A2DP. But, when I read the online article, (I can't remember where), that said it supported A2DP I hoped it was true. However, I figured those who own Blackberry 8120's would know better than some website/blogger. I own an 8900, and I'm VERY happy with it. I just want to know emphatically what's really true about the 8120 and it's bluetooth capabilities. Mainly because I want to get a stereo bluetooth headset to go with both my Blackberries/Samsung. Up until now I've been a Nokia/Samsung user, but I've sold off my Nokias to finance my Blackberry purchases. The 8120 replaced my Nokia 5310, and the 8900 was financed by selling off my Nokia 5800. Call me crazy, but in the short time I've owned my Blackberries I've been very happy with them and their functionality. I may never go back to Nokia. However, I'll keep my Samsung SGH-T929 Memoir. It's not a smartphone, but it's a kickass phone with a GREAT camera.