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Old 07-31-2006, 12:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, I love everything about my 8700c. Well... almost everything... its too damn big.

After playing with a Motorola Q and a Samsung SGH-i320, I have realized two things;
  1. I hate everything about windows mobile.
  2. I LOVE the size of these devices.

So when will RIM get off their butts and release the best of both worlds?
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Try the 7130c. Even smaller form factor than the Q (although it's thicker), and you'd be surprised how well SureType works!
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