I'm glad RIM is opening up to lower end users, but this device is worse than most of the devices from other companies have out. Also I don't know how nobody has a clue to what the trackpads "official" name is.
i have to agree with ausch slightly.. This is going to be one of their 'low' end models. To keep in track with the curve has always been old dependable and cheap...this is more of an industrial work force phone...I think they are just keeping it simple to appeal to all spectrums, but yea I pass
I can tell you from my opinion, still having an 8320, that if I got a new phone, I would want GPS and wifi.
it's funny actually...there is a version with Wifi and no GPS(GSM) and a version with GPS and no Wifi(CDMA)
Originally Posted by sunkast
damn...can't make everyone happy...lol
but it's a low-end device that works pretty nicely IMO
Sure you guys could make everyone happy, just include 3G, Wifi and GPS. RIM would probably never hear another complaint, for a few minutes at least lol
Originally Posted by scotsman88
Everyone will be more then satisfied then, when they see the new Bold and Storm this fall
Originally Posted by jlevy73
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