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Old 06-22-2010, 07:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi guys , am thinking of buying 8520

i found these 2 videos on youtube
YouTube - BlackBerry Curve 8520 New for sale on EBAY - Unlocked No Reserve

YouTube - Unlocked Blackberry 8520 WiFi Trackpad

now they both seem to have different kind of keypads

which is the original 1 , i really dont like the keypad in the first video and might go for black if thats the default 1
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Nope the keypads are exactly the same.
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then how come the light is tremendously brighter in the first video as compared to the keypad lights in the second video ?
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basically why is there such a difference in the keypad lights in these 2 pics below??

is it coz its on power save mode in one and not in the other


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One is shot in bright light, therefore telling they blackberry's sensor it doesn't need to light up.
The second is shot in low light, therefore telling the blackberry's sensor "its dark, light the keyboard".
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