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BlackBerry 9000 first impressions Posted by The Boy Genius on Mar 31, 2008 11:17 am ... BlackBerry Bold forum

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    BlackBerry 9000 first impressions

    Posted by The Boy Genius on Mar 31, 2008 11:17 am no comments Filed in BG's Corner, BlackBerry, Handsets, Exclusives
    Waiting for that BlackBerry 9000, are you? The secret BGR phone line just rang, and it was one of RIM ninjas! Here’s what they had to say about the BlackBerry 9000 and the pros and cons of using the device in its current state:
    • Everything we reported was true. 624MHz [COLOR=#000096 ! important][FONT=tahoma,geneva,verdana,sans-serif][COLOR=#000096 ! important][FONT=tahoma,geneva,verdana,sans-serif]processor[/FONT][/FONT][/color][/color], 480×320 screen, GPS, Wi-Fi, 3G, etc.
    • The web browser flies. "Loads web pages in 3-4 seconds."
    • The BlackBerry 9000 in its current state runs OS 4.5
    • Early launch date was slated for a consumer AT&T launch on June 18th. Remember that we predicted the device was delayed. See below.
    • The battery lasts around 4 hours with straight phone calling. "Battery sucks, to be honest. With Wi-Fi on, I only got a little less than two hours browsing the web," and all testers are reporting huge battery issues which could be why we’re all hearing it is delayed.
    • We’re not sure of the next part, but he said that the device either has 256MB of internal memory or 128MB. Don’t ask why we couldn’t tell the difference.
    That’s all we got for now!


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    here is the link.... http://www.boygeniusreport.com/2008/...t-impressions/
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    wow that sucks about that battery issue, i sure hope they take their time and fix this instead of just pushing it out the door. i have faith in RIM.

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    One thing left out:

    Keypad is better than the 8830, worse than the 87/83 series resepectively.

    Heavier than current 83/88 devices, but way more "solid" feeling.

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    Hopefully they gave in to 256MB of internal memory. That would at least catch RIM to many of the windows phones currently available.

    Any word on the quality of the camera?

    And more importantly how long it will take for them to get the CDMA version out?!!

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    Just read that. In this age of technology its sad we can't get devices out the door that can handle a wifi and 3g connection....oh well I will still buy it,! Lolvia BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    anyone know when cdma users get the phone??? man sucks sprint and verzion always gotta wait so much longer arghh!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayjay7411 View Post
    anyone know when cdma users get the phone??? man sucks sprint and verzion always gotta wait so much longer arghh!!!
    CDMA

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