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Old 10-17-2006, 11:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys,

Does anyone else think that the 8100 offers a VERY weak vibration mode? My 7105T would shake my belt off but the 8100 is so weak, I dont know I am getting a call until the phone actually rings (when in the holster).

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Well it is slightly weaker than my Samsung E715. You may not feel it in the holster :(
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Hey guys,

Does anyone else think that the 8100 offers a VERY weak vibration mode? My 7105T would shake my belt off but the 8100 is so weak, I dont know I am getting a call until the phone actually rings (when in the holster).

Thoughts?

Thanks,
Mine is fine, but it is not as strong as my 7100t.

I think that given the small form factor of the Pearl they were limited on the power the vibration notifier.
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