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Old 12-22-2007, 10:45 AM   #21 (permalink)
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The 8707 is old. Newer 3g devices can do pretty well on 3g, the Blackjack 2 gets 6 hours talk time on 3g and it is a slim device.
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Will this have a faster processor and more internal memory? That would be good enough for me.
Well, as much as I'd like to say that "yes, that's also enough for me." I totally disagree. I've ALWAYS had 3g phones since 2005 here in Europe. My blackberry is my first device (starting with the pearl, then 8800, then 8300 and I'm staying with my 8300). I was waiting to renew my contract to actually buy a 9000, but if it's not 3g, I'd see no point in doing it .... great... Thanks RIM! You make great phones ... But I'd love some 3G phone! More memory isn't a big seller for me, I'm always just using the same things: phone calls, e-mail, sms, and jivetalk / bb messenger / gtalk. I don't need lots of new videos or songs.
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