1. knowledge_6's Avatar
    hey i never noticed before but is there really a difference between keyboards for tmobile then the rogers 8900? dunno if this has been discussed before.. i did a search and only found the bold differences.. did they do it with the 8900 as well? or is the pic below just a dummy phone before the release?

    tmobile


    rogers


    notice how the number keys are 1/2 white and black in tmobile version and all black with Red numbers on the rogers?

    i feel bad if it was released like that on tmobile..unless ya'll like it of course ; >
    02-10-09 08:45 AM
  2. Nikicjc's Avatar
    the one on the tmo website looks the same as your second pic, keyboard has red numbers
    02-10-09 08:51 AM
  3. knowledge_6's Avatar
    the one on the tmo website looks the same as your second pic, keyboard has red numbers
    interesting.. maybe the pic above is a dummy or a pre release version
    02-10-09 09:00 AM
  4. matchtrader's Avatar
    I think the top photo is an AT&T version.
    02-10-09 09:17 AM
  5. knowledge_6's Avatar
    I think the top photo is an AT&T version.
    heh maybe with the logo..
    02-10-09 09:20 AM
  6. KingofHeart4711's Avatar
    I think the top photo is an AT&T version.
    It is, there was mention of this in a post last week. The only difference between the TMO and ATT version is basically the keypad
    02-10-09 09:32 AM
  7. knowledge_6's Avatar
    ahh so tmob is the same as rogers.. and the ATT is different.. feel bad for ATT .. that keypad is ugly..

    unless they wait for the 9300 ; >
    02-10-09 09:39 AM
  8. xxxxpradaxxxx's Avatar
    No it's not.

    I think it flows better and accents the dark colors well.

    What Looks Good is Subjective.

    I Prefer the Red Keyboard on the Bold-

    And I Would Prefer Those White-ish Grey Keys on the 8900.
    02-10-09 09:47 AM
  9. Xader's Avatar
    Im a fan of the red numbers, but Prada is absolutely right:

    Very subjective
    02-10-09 10:46 AM
  10. damankam786's Avatar
    I actually like the red keyboard. In my opinion it makes the phone look better. (Just my opinion)

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    02-10-09 10:58 AM
  11. procter256's Avatar
    I always prefer the red since its a much more "bold" phone.

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    02-10-09 10:58 AM
  12. knowledge_6's Avatar
    No it's not.

    I think it flows better and accents the dark colors well.

    What Looks Good is Subjective.

    I Prefer the Red Keyboard on the Bold-

    And I Would Prefer Those White-ish Grey Keys on the 8900.
    true ; > subjective.. that's why i said I : >

    but i can see how it does flow.. maybe cause i have a black bezel and the all black keys make it looks more stealth like ; >
    02-10-09 11:25 AM
  13. aristile's Avatar
    The White Keys (top phone) keyboard is the AT&T version of the 8900. You can also tell by the wallpaper and AT&T carrier indicator at the top. The rest of the 8900s available, in fact all 8900s currently available, have the keyboard with the red keys. I prefer the red on to the white one but that just depends on the person.

    Eventually, and maybe not until after the 8900 drops with AT&T, cnn.cn will have the replacement keyboards with the white keys. If you prefer that one instead, you can always just purchase one when it becomes available and replace the keyboard on your phone.
    02-10-09 12:02 PM
  14. STYLN's Avatar
    Yep....red 4 me, looks much better! Hopefully Telus will keep the same color scheme when they release the CDMA version.
    02-10-09 12:54 PM
  15. ausch's Avatar
    The top photo, is from BGR and that's the AT&T branded 8900. I believe it was the first or second one on the internet. Hence the AT&T on top, wall paper, and the black and white keys.
    02-10-09 03:24 PM
  16. f0nefan's Avatar
    the 2nd pic is a QWERTZ version
    02-10-09 08:20 PM
  17. ausch's Avatar
    the 2nd pic is a QWERTZ version
    T-Mobile Germany version.
    02-10-09 08:54 PM
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