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Old 03-13-2007, 10:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, I know we have a bunch of posters in *the know* so any hints on what the next suretype device will be? Qwerty has the 8800 and now the 8300....

Just curious.... I think it will be an offshoot of the 8300's but with suretype...
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Good question LH. Not everybody likes Qwerty. SureType is easy to get used to and allows for a smaller phone with multiple letters on one key. I like both. Had ST with the 7105t, Qwerty with the 8703e and now back to ST with the 8100.
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Don't know, but I can't wait. I have a 7130e and I love the keyboard. I much prefer this form factor than what I have seen so far on qwerty models. I don't want a camera, but an mp3 player would be great along with removable flash card.
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I predict it will be called the 8120 - Pearl w/ WiFi :D
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