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Old 08-19-2006, 04:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What do you guys think? I mainly want the 7250 because 7100i doesnt regonize .wav rintones(real tones) and it has the qwerty style keyboard, and I want a full keyboard. But dont get me wrong I LOVE the 7100i ive only had it a month maybe, but should have gotten the 7520 possibly? What do you think guys should I switch or stay were im at and see whats in store with the new 7100i OS? Let me have some feedback guys.
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How important is the full keyboard to you? if the ringtones are all you really want then you may get lucky with the new OS, but I doubt it.
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How important is the full keyboard to you? if the ringtones are all you really want then you may get lucky with the new OS, but I doubt it.

The keboard really isnt that big of an issue, im pretty much used to the Sure Type deal, and I hope I get lucky with the new OS, Lets hope!
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How important is the full keyboard to you? if the ringtones are all you really want then you may get lucky with the new OS, but I doubt it.

The keboard really isnt that big of an issue, im pretty much used to the Sure Type deal, and I hope I get lucky with the new OS, Lets hope!
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Just wait it out, I have the 7100i also. The 8702i should be out soon, hopefully.
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Uh, the 7520 doesn't even support multitone MIDI ringtones, much less waves.
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In my opinion, the 7100i has a more capable internet browser, and the screen is much clearer (65k vs. 262k I believe). Just hold out for the new OS before making a decision.
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