1. manimtim's Avatar
    The t_mobile with the curve battery and new processor or the at&t with the bold battery and processor?

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    09-23-09 12:16 PM
  2. GJW's Avatar
    This is all rumor, myth and legend. There is no concrete/confirmed information that the tmo and att units have different processors or batteries.
    09-23-09 12:23 PM
  3. salomondrin's Avatar
    This is all rumor, myth and legend. There is no concrete/confirmed information that the tmo and att units have different processors or batteries.
    I don't know about processors, but batteries are different on each version for sure.
    09-23-09 12:25 PM
  4. BBSwany's Avatar
    The t_mobile with the curve battery and new processor or the at&t with the bold battery and processor?

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    I don't know where this rumor grew out of, but the T-Mobile Bold will be coming with the Bold battery. Processor difference is still in the air because of the UMA. RIM may underclock it a bit but this hasn't been confirmed...
    09-23-09 12:27 PM
  5. devildoc0612's Avatar
    Different specs under the same device name/number??? If its a different processor or battery(thats already a spec difference) why put the same device name/number? or is this another case of the xx00 or xx20. I need some clarification...
    09-23-09 12:50 PM
  6. codito's Avatar
    I don't know where this rumor grew out of, but the T-Mobile Bold will be coming with the Bold battery. Processor difference is still in the air because of the UMA. RIM may underclock it a bit but this hasn't been confirmed...
    UMA? Really? The only thing that makes UMA or not UMA on a phone is software based, I believe a service book. It's dependent on whether or not your carrier supports it. The processor doesn't come into play.
    09-23-09 01:20 PM
  7. BBSwany's Avatar
    UMA? Really? The only thing that makes UMA or not UMA on a phone is software based, I believe a service book. It's dependent on whether or not your carrier supports it. The processor doesn't come into play.
    Yes, UMA is software based, HOWEVER it is based on hardware (WiFi). That was merely my point.
    09-23-09 02:22 PM
  8. axe50's Avatar
    Why would that justify underclocking then?

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    09-24-09 11:20 PM
  9. K Bear's Avatar
    Underclocking makes no sense to me, if anything, you'd think that with a software issue, they would want more processing speed or capability vs. less.
    09-25-09 09:27 AM
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