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    Re: Would you switch?

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    Some people remark that one of Palm's advantages is the greater number of applications that are available for the Palm OS versus BlackBerry. Compared to the Nokia, my guess is that the even the BlackBerry's application base is much more significant. So why go with the Nokia? It seems you're just getting BlackBerry look-alike without the ability to use BlackBerry apps. Try getting Google Maps Mobile on this thing?

    Then there's the whole issue of availability. Pictures and spec sheets are wonderful, but not very useful for sending emails or getting phone calls. Anybody know where to actually buy one of these things right now?

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    Re: Would you switch?

    Quote Originally Posted by BryanSE79
    I think that for a 7100x user, there is a no brainer, seeing as this is a full qwerty keyboard. For 72xx and 87xx users, I think they might more consider this.
    I used a 7730 year ago before converting to the 7100 series and I STILL wouldn't go to that thing LOL

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    Re: Would you switch?

    Quote Originally Posted by squished18
    Some people remark that one of Palm's advantages is the greater number of applications that are available for the Palm OS versus BlackBerry. Compared to the Nokia, my guess is that the even the BlackBerry's application base is much more significant. So why go with the Nokia? It seems you're just getting BlackBerry look-alike without the ability to use BlackBerry apps. Try getting Google Maps Mobile on this thing?

    Then there's the whole issue of availability. Pictures and spec sheets are wonderful, but not very useful for sending emails or getting phone calls. Anybody know where to actually buy one of these things right now?
    It's already been FCC approved. So it can't be far from release. It will be called the N62 I've heard, as it's the N61 in Europe.

    Motorola Q is coming out this month...

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    Re: Would you switch?

    The Motorola Q is ugly imo

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    Re: Would you switch?

    Quote Originally Posted by Webby
    The Motorola Q is ugly imo
    They trying hard to mimick the bb, but it aint working..it look like a reject...lol bb in progress...lmao
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    Re: Would you switch?

    I'm using a 7290 and there is no way I would go with nokia bb knock off


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    Re: Would you switch?

    It may look like a BlackBerry, and it may work and feel like one, but if it doesn't say BlackBerry, it sure isn't one.

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    Re: Would you switch?

    Although I have been using my Nokia 9500 before switching to BB8700g, no way in hell I would switch back to that ugly Nokia E61. The form factor somehow don't look right to me and even with BB Connect installed, it's no Black Berry

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    Re: Would you switch?

    Oh Hell 2 The No! I luv my 7105T. & hopefully soon i'll be getting my 8700G from T-Mobile.
    7105T(Pin:23D37D06) *8700G(Pin:23D53CE9) & *8100/PEARL(Pin:204CFD57) *Currently In Use...

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