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Old 11-22-2005, 12:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Overheard from a RIM rep that Cingular will be introducing 7135 early 2006, which will feature processor used in the 8700. . . Anyone have other insight on this?
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They already did. Its called the 7100g.
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They already did. Its called the 7100g.
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If anything they should at least release a version of the 7105.
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If anything they should at least release a version of the 7105.
From what I heard, the "7135" is supposed to be up to 5x the 7100, with screen resolution comparable to the 8700 and should be better able to handle html webpages. . . .
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Maybe its similar to the 7130e.
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