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    Waiting for the 8900 to hit AT&T... I'll stick with my 8310 until then... *patience will be worth it*

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    Let's just hope it's 3G, Lava.

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    I think I will seriously look at the 8900 when it hits AT&T. The better camera and WIFI should make it worth it. Don't know as I need 3G as I am usually near a wireless area.
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    Good point, tgeekb. I had forgotten the 8900 also has WiFi. As long as it also has GPS, a lack of 3G might not be a deal breaker for me, although it would be sweet to have voice and data at the same time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoGro View Post
    Good point, tgeekb. I had forgotten the 8900 also has WiFi. As long as it also has GPS, a lack of 3G might not be a deal breaker for me, although it would be sweet to have voice and data at the same time.
    I agree with you Rogro, my curve was my starter phone it's time to move on. I will miss it but you know I will get over it I hope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoGro View Post
    Good point, tgeekb. I had forgotten the 8900 also has WiFi. As long as it also has GPS, a lack of 3G might not be a deal breaker for me, although it would be sweet to have voice and data at the same time.
    That is an advantage of 3G but I hardly ever talk on my phone. I'm more of a data hog!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiascurve66 View Post
    I agree with you Rogro, my curve was my starter phone it's time to move on. I will miss it but you know I will get over it I hope.
    You know you can "test drive" a device for 30 days, right? Might need to go in and try the Bold for a couple weeks and see if you like it.

    I might have to do that myself. I do like the form factor of the Bold.

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    Tgeekb I use my phone to the fullest lol. So I talk and tweet and bbm that's why my phone needs a vacation at times.
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    The Bold is awesome... but I still have and use my 8330 also... took some time to get used to the keys on the Bold, but that's with any new device... Honestly I would say you can't go wrong with either the Bold or the 8900...
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    Quote Originally Posted by impak875 View Post
    The Bold is awesome... but I still have and use my 8330 also... took some time to get used to the keys on the Bold, but that's with any new device... Honestly I would say you can't go wrong with either the Bold or the 8900...
    Does it feel much larger than the Curve? The Curve is the perfect size/feel for me and I wouldn't want something too much larger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tgeekb View Post
    Does it feel much larger than the Curve? The Curve is the perfect size/feel for me and I wouldn't want something too much larger.

    It's slightly larger... the main difference is the keys to me...larger keys
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiascurve66 View Post
    Tgeekb I use my phone to the fullest lol. So I talk and tweet and bbm that's why my phone needs a vacation at times.
    The only time I talk on the phone is to order Chinese food!
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    Quote Originally Posted by impak875 View Post
    It's slightly larger... the main difference is the keys to me...larger keys
    Thanks for the info. I'm not due for an upgrade until December, unless I can get them to move it up because I'm such a great customer!

    When June rolls around and the 8900 comes out, I know I'll get that itch.
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