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Old 11-27-2007, 07:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've had my 8800 for almost a year now and I'm loving it - I've had no problems with it whatsoever. However, the keys are sort of hard to press and there is no camera.
I have a chance to buy the 8310 at no cost to me, in other words with getting a new one and selling this one I"ll break even. Should I do it? I use GPS a lot and I do type a lot on my bb. The 8800 seems to be built a little better. What do you think?
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Check out the 8820. Better keyboard than the 8800. Has a crisp click feel when using it. I use both and the 88xx series IS better feeling to me with a larger batery and excellent speaker phone. BUT I also use the 8310 and found the extra resolution on the camera to be quite nice in a pinch!
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There were two or three instances in a year where I wanted to use a camera phone....other than that I dont really need it.
I"ll take a look at the 8820 then. I do think that the 88xx series is more "mature" if you will
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both are fantastic choices given the oppurtunity I would go for the 8310 you can always go to the 8820
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I love my 8320 device. The main choice for me was the keyboard, which is mainly a preference thing. But with either device you will have a great device.
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