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http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,143683/article.html 1) RIM BlackBerry Curve 8320 -- PCW Rating: 88 (Very Good) 2) T-Mobile Wing ... General Blackberry forum

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    PCWorld Names Top 10 Smart Phones - Guess which phone is Number 1

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    1) RIM BlackBerry Curve 8320 -- PCW Rating: 88 (Very Good)
    2) T-Mobile Wing -- PCW Rating: 84 (Very Good)
    3) T-Mobile Dash (Windows Mobile 6) -- PCW Rating: 84 (Very Good)
    4) Apple iPhone -- PCW Rating: 83 (Very Good) <----Thought this was funny
    5) Motorola Q Global -- PCW Rating: 82 (Very Good)
    6) Palm Centro -- PCW Rating: 81 (Very Good)
    7) Samsung BlackJack II -- PCW Rating: 80 (Very Good)
    8) T-Mobile Sidekick LX -- PCW Rating: 80 (Very Good)
    9) RIM BlackBerry 8700g -- PCW Rating: 79 (Good)
    10) RIM BlackBerry 8820 -- PCW Rating: 78 (Good)

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    Not a surprise for number 1, but there are some questionable phones on there especially the sidekick. I would definitely have the Pearl over the SK any day.

    And yes I'm biased cause I own a pearl.

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    awwww no love for the pearl anymore
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    Yeah, what up with that? I love my Pearl 8100. I will most certainly be upgrading to the Pearl 8120 when my current contract expires in May.

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    awwww no love for the pearl anymore

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    I can't even believe that the T-Mobile Wing is on there not to mention that it made #2.

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    I am thinking maybe they judged the phones from the business perspective side and not the personal use side. My work uses the verizon 8800 series and seems like almost 75 percent have had trackball failure within the first couple of months. I am still lucky with my pearl.

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    By the looks of that list, it must have been created by hungry sales people

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    Out of all the HTC phones out there, I wouldn't have thought the Dash and the Wing would be on that list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rok8man View Post
    I am thinking maybe they judged the phones from the business perspective side and not the personal use side. My work uses the verizon 8800 series and seems like almost 75 percent have had trackball failure within the first couple of months. I am still lucky with my pearl.
    What's up with Verizon? We use quite a few 8300, 8800 and 8830 BB's from at&t and sprint and not 1 trackball failure *knocks on wood*

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    I find it interesting that all but one of the units they put up are GSM. Would have expected the voyager or CDMA Q to end up there.

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    three RIM devices in the top 10, pretty good. Curve is No.1 !!!!!

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    The wing made it but not the tilt and they left out the n95 that list looks like a kid in middle school made it ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    As an 8700g user I'm very glad that it came in 8th - but very surprised!! They rank the 8700 ahead of the Pearl? Must be the QWERTY -

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    Go blackberry curve 8310 !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by megatron27 View Post
    Not a surprise for number 1, but there are some questionable phones on there especially the sidekick. I would definitely have the Pearl over the SK any day.

    And yes I'm biased cause I own a pearl.
    I own both and still say that, for durability (lack of crashes, locks up, slow devices, etc) the SK beats the Pearl (which I have had 3 of in one year). I just went back to my SK after poor email and data performance of my Pearl and the need to save money on my bills.


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