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Old 11-24-2008, 09:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Performance - What's it gonna take???

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After having my ATT Bold for a couple of weeks now, I feel I must ask...

When is RIM going to release a device with the processing horsepower and memory capacity to allow me to play a fully fluid game of BrickBreaker??? I want to be able to enjoy one of my favorite Blackberry past times and NOT lose my ball every time an e-mail, sms, or phone call starts to come in! My trusty paddle starts to hesitate, and jerk when the processor gets distracted by some other action... Really, what is it going to take?

Otherwise, I love the Bold!
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Old 11-24-2008, 09:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Turn your antenna off while playing. Its the only way It is a fast processor so I'm not sure why it does do that.
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In my opinio the BB is more of a buisness tool than a media device. But we can dream.
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If your big complaint is BrickBreaker, I'd say RIM has done a pretty good job as it is.
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