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Old 11-20-2006, 09:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone here think that RIM will go to a FlipFon form factor for next generation?

I think its the only way to go to cut down on size.
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I dont think so in the near future.
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i doubt it, after owning 5 flip phones i would never go back to the form factor, plus its so over done its not in style anymore. plus i can guarantee you, you wont see anything like that in at least 2 years if they ever do it.
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Flip phones arn't known to take serious abuse prbably why they have not done it. No dout if RIM expeiment with this they will prbably run a stress test of sorts. On of the best things I like about rim Ther product is designed to take a beating. Flips don't have that going it's mor fo a style fad. Also I have seen many broken flip phons on the road.
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