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    Default 8830 WE

    Ok, I know this is an oldie, but is there any reason for me not to "resurrect" my old 8830 WE, still one of the best BB's I've had and nothing wrong with it. My 9800 is half the phone for reception etc. Just wondering if I'm beating a dead horse here or what?
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    Default Re: 8830 WE

    Quote Originally Posted by Barryg55 View Post
    Ok, I know this is an oldie, but is there any reason for me not to "resurrect" my old 8830 WE, still one of the best BB's I've had and nothing wrong with it. My 9800 is half the phone for reception etc. Just wondering if I'm beating a dead horse here or what?
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    Barryg55
    The 8830 was an good phone for its time. It's notable drawback was it had less free memory than other 64MB BlackBerry devices due to the memory used by the dual radios. I believe the OS topped out at 4.5. That coupled with the lack of memory will limit the number and selection of apps you can install, but of course the apps that were on it when you last used it should still work.

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