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goater1220 10-04-2010 10:41 AM

9330 vs. 8530
 
What is the difference between the 9330 and the 8530? I had the 8530 and just received the 9330.

fratts 10-04-2010 11:24 AM

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Originally Posted by goater1220 (Post 1661421)
What is the difference between the 9330 and the 8530? I had the 8530 and just received the 9330.

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g-off 10-05-2010 08:54 PM

the major difference between the 9300 and the 8530 is that the 9300 is an hspa device and the 8530 is CDMA. With hspa generally the call quality is better, less dropped calls and its an integrated network so everywhere you have a voice signal you have data. With a cdma tower just because you have a signal does not always mean you'll have a data signal. hspa - sim card (you can easily transfer your number to another device by swapping out sims), cdma - no sim card and the device requires manual programming by a dealer to work. if your still trying to decide between the devices go 9300, better network plus it will be compatible with os 6 in the near future.

Dubdub 10-05-2010 09:21 PM

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Originally Posted by goater1220 (Post 1661421)
What is the difference between the 9330 and the 8530? I had the 8530 and just received the 9330.

Please update your profile to show the model number of your current device.

juwaack68 10-06-2010 07:27 AM

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Originally Posted by g-off (Post 1661880)
the major difference between the 9300 and the 8530 is that the 9300 is an hspa device and the 8530 is CDMA. With hspa generally the call quality is better, less dropped calls and its an integrated network so everywhere you have a voice signal you have data. With a cdma tower just because you have a signal does not always mean you'll have a data signal. hspa - sim card (you can easily transfer your number to another device by swapping out sims), cdma - no sim card and the device requires manual programming by a dealer to work. if your still trying to decide between the devices go 9300, better network plus it will be compatible with os 6 in the near future.

The OP was asking about the 9330, not the 9300. The 9330 is a CDMA device, and has no SIM card.


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