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Old 10-02-2005, 04:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 10-02-2005, 04:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Thanks for the link. I can't wait for the device on Telus.
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wow, thats nice. anyone notice either the new OS or a new theme...

* edit: its the new OS 4.1
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i'm NOT feeling the antenna... eek
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I don't know what the point of the antenna is...I don't think really provides a technical advantage.
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Any idea when a 7100-type device will be released on the Verizon network?
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iden has to have antenna
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i'm NOT feeling the antenna... eek
Agreed. Would look much better without, but as Dawg noted it is a necessity.

Any chance Sprint/Nextel will change this? I know Verizon was/has been keen on the antenna's but they have released quite a few that are internal.
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Yeah that is part of Motorola's spec for iDEN that it has a removable external antenna.

Plus being on the 800MHz band makes it require a bigger antenna.
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BTW the link session has timed out.. L6ARAW20IN
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Unfortunately (and maybe I just can't find it) it doesn't look like any of the documents had any information regarding the physical specifications (size, weight).

It looks like it could be a fairly thick device which might make it difficult to carry it in a pocket. I'd like to see some comparison between the weight/size with the earlier 71xx models.
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I actually like the look of it, so I think I will go ahead and get one just to try it out. I would like something smaller for use, may try it as a weekend phone or something, granted switching PIN's might get kinda tuff every weekend.

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pink it gets really tough I was doing it pretty regularly and I just said hell with and carry the bb all the time now. Now if I am gonna be off for a week I may go ahead and switch to my weekend phone.
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Is this going to make it to Telus or Bell Mobility here in Canada? If so, any scoop on ETA? Been trying to hold out for a 7100 form factor....
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we dont even have it on Nextel in the States yet supposed to have had it today but they pushed it back
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we dont even have it on Nextel in the States yet supposed to have had it today but they pushed it back
as stated on hofo today, a partners store owner was in a conferance call and someone asked about the 7100i. And they stated that it will NOT be out this month and do not have a release date.

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pink it gets really tough I was doing it pretty regularly and I just said hell with and carry the bb all the time now. Now if I am gonna be off for a week I may go ahead and switch to my weekend phone.
I know. I use an i860 for the weekends and am not happy with it due to poor email obviously and AIM and no PIN messaging is the main thing. But what I am saying is switching my webclient to a different IMEI and PIN every weekend might get annoying.

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yes that would really suck send me your 860 ill tote it for a while lol
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latest I've gotten from my source in Sprint/Nextel is that it will launch on the 15th
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Still don't like the keyboard
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