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Old 09-01-2010, 09:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Well I am buying yet another Berry phone for my cousin and I recently seen Torch which released 2-3 weeks ago but I am bit impressed with Blackberry Curve 3G which is 3G phone and I used Blackberry Curve past and happy with it! After reading some information:

Blackberry Curve 3G- 3G Phone from RIM.
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One of the things I really like about the Curve II is the independent letters on the keyboard. It helps to have some space around the edges of the keys for people ( like me) with big fingers.
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I'm glad RIM came out with this newer curve version. I didn't like the Bold style keyboard and was also used to the one I currently have with my Curve.

But to the OP: since you're buying it for your cousin shouldn't you see what he/she would prefer? We might prefer the curve style keyboards, but plenty of people like the bold style keyboard more. And with the Torch, there might be the additional appeal of the touch screen.
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