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Old 06-21-2007, 10:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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sorry i posted this question on the wrong forum im gonna go and delete that now but i was wondering i have a 7105t blackberry but somone is selling a 8700g should i upgrade?
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I already deleted your other post.

It mostly depends on if you like the SureType keyboard or if you want a full QWERTY keyboard. The 8700g is EDGE capable (higher speed download) and the 7105 is not.
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Thanks sorry about that other post i went back and i couldntd do nothing i guess cause you already deleted it lol thanks..

Yeah? im trying to look up the differnces between the both i know the 8700 has 64 mb memory i would assume the 7105t is smaller.

To me the keyboard doesnt matter. but the other phone is bigger brighter hmmmmm anyone have reviews of both?
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Wirelessly posted (8700g: BlackBerry8800/4.2.1 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/102)

Ditto JC--the faster speed could tip your decision.
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yeah your right.. hmmmm
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8700g has a faster processor and 64Mb of memory vs. the 32MB in the 7105t. It's just a trade-off. I've always had a SureType device (7100t and now the 8100.) It's quite a personal decision, actually.
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i see well before the 7105t i had the sk3 and it was qwerty but it dont matter to me but it wold be faster and faster for me to use for typing lol so if it looks good tomorow i will buy it their letting it go for $130 with usb
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The only person who can answer that is you. Compare the features and see if they are 'right' for you. Also, if you want to 'compare' items, you might want to mention what your 'needs' are. This will help a TON with answering your question.
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yesir i def understand i actually did the trade and it was a good idea way faster.

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