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    Help! 8820 vs Curve

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    I just bought the 8820 and I have a Curve as well but what are the real differences between the two? I have 2 weeks to return the phone if I want but it looks way to sweet! Are there any different things I can do with the 8820 or different applications that can go on the device? Is it worth keeping?

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    Well, depending on which Curve you have, the 8820 has WIFI and GPS while the Curve has one or the other. The other thing is the keyboard. For me, the Curve keyboard is much easier to use.
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    Depends on what you're going to use it for.. The 8820 doesn't have a lot of features compared to the Curve

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgeekb View Post
    For me, the Curve keyboard is much easier to use.
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    I agree!

    One of the major reasons I find the Curve so terrific is the keyboard. My 8820 is larger & yet I find that keyboard just average at best.
    The best qwerty keyboard I've ever had, after owning Treo's Nokia's Blackjacks & Moto-Q's, nothing comes close to the fine keyboard on the Curve.

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    Gotta agree with arhcer6 on that one.. I've used it the 8820/8800 with no issues at all. I like th ekeyboard and can type sms and emails just fine, but not as quick and efficient. I'm sorry, but in my world efficiency and quickness is a key.

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    I would say stay with the curve but then again it all comes down to you.

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    I have to say that I have to disagree with most of the previous posters and say I like the keyboard of the 8820 better than the Curve just because of the size of the keyboard and the feel. My wife has the Curve, and while the keys aren't bad, I prefer the 8820. The only other differences between the 2 that I can tell are that her Curve has a camera and no wifi and my 8820 has wifi and no camera.

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