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Old 04-13-2011, 12:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi , i am using the 8520 Gemini, it's a good phone. but i want use the torch. the new one. is it a good phone? and i am not agree to change my carrier. please help me.
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It's a good phone but might be a bit different frm what you're used to with your current phone. I believe the keyboard on the Torch is also a bit different from the one on the Gemini. Have you had a chance to hold or play around with the Torch? A lot of it boils down to personal preference.
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The Torch 2 is due out shortly and promises big improvements under the hood. Processor, memory, etc. At the very least it will make the original model Torch cheaper on the resale markets like eBay.
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The current 9800 would have to be unlocked to run on T-Mo and it would be EDGE only, not 3G. T-Mo uses a different set of 3G frequencies.
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