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First off, in terms of thinness, it's about the same as the Pearl; in all other dimensions, it's closer to the 8700 than it's younger sibling.
8800 (Camera-less): 114 x 66 x 14 (or 4.48xxx8243; x 2.59xxx8243; x 0.55xxx8243;)
8800 (Camera): 106 x 60 x 15.5 (or 4.17xxx8243; x 2.36xxx8243; x 0.61xxx8243;)
8700g: 110 x 69.5 x 19.5 (or 4.33xxx8243; x 2.73xxx8243; x 0.76xxx8243;)
8100: 107 x 50 x 14.5 (or 4.21xxx8243; x 1.96xxx8243; x 0.57xxx8243;)
1. Depending on the implementation, which no one knows for sure, just yet. We do know that it's going to be UMS/GAN-capable, meaning that if you carrier supports the handovers (T-Mobile only), then you can move from a carrier network to a Wi-Fi network without dropping your call or connection. This extends the carrier network to places it sometimes has never been able to access, such as a basement or protected building. As far as data over Wi-Fi, no one knows anything just yet.
2. It's only EDGE-capable.
3. The SureType keyboard allows them to shrink the overall size of the entire device, thus appealing to customers. See the dimensions above to find out the dimension differences - the Pearl is still MUCH smaller.
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