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Old 08-24-2007, 07:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking to my T-MO sales rep (in person and not via phone) he adviced me to get the Curve with WI-FI that is coming for T-MO he said to me that with the OS update 4.2.1.107 for the 8100 the Pearl only difference with the Komet is the camera (1.3mp vs 2 or 3.2mp) , the external memory card slot and the headset jack. T-Mo is gonna bring the device but it will not be a priority ala Curve

He told me that the Curve is a whole new device and the Komet is an enhancement upgrade... What do you guys think? Curve or wait for the Komet?

I do not care for full keyboard or suretype...
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I agree...the new Pearl will have a newer OS and the enhancements you mentioned. The Curve is a new device for TMo but it's not a new device. The TMo release will have the wifi and that will be new. It all depends on what your preference is. I want to try both....
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I'll be picking up the Komet as well as the Curve when it is released. At the moment I'm running two Pearls.. so having different devices, plus having the fun with a new BlackBerry (and the WiFi!) is what I'm aiming for.
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having the fun with a new BlackBerry (and the WiFi!) is what I'm aiming for.
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I'll be picking up the Komet as well as the Curve when it is released. At the moment I'm running two Pearls.. so having different devices, plus having the fun with a new BlackBerry (and the WiFi!) is what I'm aiming for.
I just bought the Nokia 6086 so I could start to use my hotspot@home service from T-Mo. [I signed up for it now because T-Mo is raising the price to $20 monthly, in September. Price is currently $10]. Luckily I got the Nokia for super cheep on fleaBay, for about $ 117 shipped, whereas T-Mo stopped carrying it and elsewhere on fleabay it was $150 or more.

But I want a BlackBerry with WiFi [for hotspot use], so it looks like I too will be buying the Curve. I thought the Pearl 2 was going to have WiFi, but must have misread something. Besides, I read on a tech site that they can't fit WiFi, GPS and other features into the Pearl's small form factor. Is that true?

I have to say that phone looks sweet.

And I could swear when I was in a T-Mo corporate store last week I saw the Curve on display. Maybe it was something else I was looking at, but I don't think so. It had the qwerty keyboard, silver front, etc.

If it was the Curve have to say it was nice. Small, light, thin, cool looking.
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