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Originally Posted by blakeyates I traded my I phone 3g yesterday for a curve If ... Smartphone News forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by blakeyates View Post
    I traded my I phone 3g yesterday for a curve
    If it was the 8900 then

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    I would love to have an iPhone but I simply refuse to pay the outrageous tarriff that Apple/AT&T extract. If Apple wants to continue to its outstanding success it needs to offer a bleeding edge 3rd generation handset thru multiple carriers, soon! You're only as good as your last pitch and that was awhile ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgreg View Post
    I would love to have an iPhone but I simply refuse to pay the outrageous tarriff that Apple/AT&T extract. If Apple wants to continue to its outstanding success it needs to offer a bleeding edge 3rd generation handset thru multiple carriers, soon! You're only as good as your last pitch and that was awhile ago.
    wow that was really good and accurate
    Never give up...you can always make a difference

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    I am amongst those expressing gladness for this fact. More users = more developers = a better experience for all of us. That said, the Curve is my least favorite of the Blackberry models I have owned. My Pearl is sleeker, seems to run faster, and is basically the same phone with a smaller screen. Full QWERTY is nice, as is the real 3.5mm audio jack, but for the most part they're the same phone, and the Pearl's form factor and quickness make it the clear winner between the two for me.

    Now the Bold, on the other hand, is the best phone I've ever touched in terms of providing a robust smart phone experience. It's extra size is totally forgivable given that amazing display, the additional processing power/device memory, the GPS radio that actually works indoors (the GPS in the Curve seemed hopelessly less accurate than the one in my Bold), the wi-fi and 3G support combo, etc. etc. etc.

    I wouldn't take a free iPhone over my Bold, even at the $300 I paid with contract. With the Curve, I feel like BB's advantages aren't as high above those of the iPhone 3G and the decision would be a little tougher for me. I agree that it's too bad it's proprietary, but AT&T tramples T-Mo where I live so the Bold was really my best choice for a fully-featured quad-band smart phone with a decent app selection and user base. Now if someone develops a Dalvik runtime environment for BB so I can choose between Android and BB OS on a device this powerful and versatile, I'll never even glance over at the Apple camp. Articles like this would probably be the norm and you wouldn't see jaws drop when someone mentions that BB actually beat iPhone numbers. I have to admit it's ironic that a forum full of people who willingly chose BB over iPhone are all completely amazed that their phone actually won for a month!
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    Good hanndset I can nvr lve the curve and settle 4 any othr device curve is and wull b my all time favourite device


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