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Old 08-31-2006, 01:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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While talking with customer service today, the person I talked to mentioned a new device coming out at the same time as the 8100. I thought she said 8750???
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it might be the 8705 .. which is the same as the 8700g, but has Hearing Aid Compatibility, and some gsm radio changes.. nothing major from what i read on Engadget.com...
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Default It's the 8705

There are postings all around about this, same as the 8700 but is Hearing Aid Compatible and some real minor changes from what I have read.
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Actually I heard the same thing....that T-Mobile is coming out with a Blackberry 8750, and perhaps as early as the end of the month. (September) One of the features I was told it will have is expandable memory.
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That would be an incorrect usage of the numbering scheme (not unheard of, but unusual). xx50s are CDMA devices.

I believe the correct number is the 8705. From my usually reliable source.
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