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Old 01-16-2009, 12:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default DId anyone move from Bold to Javelin? why?

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hey guys
i wanna know
DId anyone move from Bold to Javelin? why?

for some reason im thinking of goin from my bold to javelin, i guess i like smaller phones. but other than that the bold is amazing.
tried to look at youtube to see what is the size differences, couldnt really tell
the bold is a little bigger than the javelin isnt it? or there is a big difference?
i like the size of the old curve, is the javelin the same.

do u guys think i should do it because of the size difference only?

tell me what u think
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Full specs are always at Blackberry.com.

Selecting a device is mostly subjective preference. Whether the switch is worth it is a call that you'd have to make. Being on a 3G carrier I can't see the point in switching to the 8900 regardless of the size difference. However, YMMV.
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