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Old 05-05-2007, 05:17 AM   #21 (permalink)
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i made teh switch from wm5 to bb about a month ago after having several WM devices

for me I have to admit I would never go back. Whilst the WM5 enviroment is infinatley more customisable and has a far wider range of games and programs available, after using a bb, WM5 feels vry... bulky. It does also crash and is pretty slow. However it does have a few things over the BB such as a dedicated Pop3 system that dials in through your GPRS or higher connection. All your mail is under one box and just tapping the mail icon switches from inbox to SMS to MMS and so on. The phone i found was a touch easier to use, and of course, the WM5 device is more like a computer, wheras the BB is more like a smartphone.

If you need to do excel and word on teh move, then the WM5 tends to be for you, wheras if you just want a phone that has good email integration.. the BB is what you want. Even if at times it feels a little simple
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