Ouch..9890 and 9850
Theyre already done making the 9800 sequelS-Key wordd-there are 2 of them I guess thats why the price was slashed..It also has os 6.3 I guess what they did was instead of releasing os 5.2 like they were supposed to, they renamed it os 6, and the reallll os 6 that was supposed to come out is prob 6.3 Just a wild guess but heres the link Driphter.com First 2 posts
Looks like im not buying the 9800 after all I wonder how mad most of you that bought it are gunna get LOLLLL
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08-16-2010, 11:27 PM #5
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Fact or Fake: What is the BlackBerry 9890 and 9850? | BlackBerry Leaks - Blackberry news, software, videos, info, reviews, previews
BB Leaks doesnt believe these are 100% real. Also, these would most likely be CDMA versions of the Torch for either Sprint or Verizon. That would help explain the OS6.3 to which BB Leaks thinks it is due to the 4G radio.
I'm not worried about these because I'm already with AT&T and still hope to be able to upgrade to the regular 9800.
- 08-16-2010, 11:56 PM #7
I find it odd that they would choose "90" for CDMA Torch. The CDMA models, with the exception of the Storm2 tend to be "30".--Laura Knotek (formerly known as lak611)
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- 08-17-2010, 01:01 AM #12
i'd be surprised if RIM releases many more phones at this point, they just cut the price to $99 because of terrible sales of the torch, it's all downhill from here for RIM
BlackBerry Torch 9800 at Half Price Only One Week After Launch
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08-17-2010, 01:55 AM #15
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Odds are these are both CDMA - for Verizon & Sprint.
A while back it was stated somewhere that one of the first LTE handsets for Verizon would be a BlackBerry, so its possible one of these is destined for Verizon's LTE network this winter.
Since Verizon & Sprint each use different 4G Technologies, it makes sense that there would in fact be two different 4G BlackBerry sliders - one for each carrier.
AT&T would not see either, as their 4G network is not supposed to be active for a while.
I'm not saying these photos are definitely real - but i'm saying it's feasible that they are in fact legitimate.
- 08-17-2010, 07:18 AM #17
- 08-17-2010, 07:40 AM #18
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- 08-17-2010, 01:49 PM #21
- 08-17-2010, 02:21 PM #24
Does 9890 = Dakota?http://twitter.com/Wackostu
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08-17-2010, 02:24 PM #25
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would just simply changing the language you choose for the phone be and explanation for the plataform instead of platform?