1. phonefreak's Avatar
    buh bye 9900!

    Hello 9810!

    ive got the right phone now.
    loving my 9810.

    why didnt rim just put the 9810 specs into the 9800 in the first place?
    01-23-12 10:13 AM
  2. rkonert's Avatar
    From what I've heard (friends who work there), they tried, but the company that supplies the processor said they couldn't do it at the 11th hour, so they had to settle for the lesser specs.
    01-23-12 10:17 AM
  3. mjs416's Avatar
    I honestly believe that the 9810 is the right phone for me but RIM hasnt released a Verizon compatible slider like that yet. Hopefully they will stop providing the exclusively to AT&T at some point here.

    With that being said the 9930 is great.
    01-23-12 10:21 AM
  4. eds817's Avatar
    To each his/her own. Enjoy.
    01-23-12 10:46 AM
  5. TurkXtreme's Avatar
    9900/9930 is better
    01-23-12 10:54 AM
  6. emirozmen's Avatar
    For my use, 9900/30 or bye Blackberry.
    01-23-12 11:11 AM
  7. level's Avatar
    From what I've heard (friends who work there), they tried, but the company that supplies the processor said they couldn't do it at the 11th hour, so they had to settle for the lesser specs.
    need I say more?

    jfalkingham likes this.
    01-23-12 09:35 PM
  8. tarmpung's Avatar
    9900 --> 9810... downgraded?
    01-23-12 10:32 PM
  9. pblakk's Avatar
    Come back to the best keyboard ever!! Cmon!
    01-23-12 10:59 PM
  10. SC457's Avatar
    Went from a 9810 to a 9900 and wouldn't go back. Love the Bold form factor, although the 9810 is a great device if you want more of a touch screen.
    01-23-12 11:55 PM
  11. cliro's Avatar
    I did the switch from bold 9900 to 9810 also, and have no regrets. Love my 9810.
    01-24-12 01:04 AM
  12. mlist84's Avatar
    Coming from the 9800 -> 9900 user, I can say that I miss the bigger screen on the 9800/9810. 9810 has some shortcuts that was very useful. For example, on the text message application (compose new message): On 9900, I have to press blackberry button, then select compose new text message. On 9810, you can just press the shortcut on the bottom of the screen. It is faster and more convenience.

    Nevertheless, I still love my 9900. I love the keyboard, love the premium build quality of the phone. It just feels...industrial and expensive.
    01-24-12 01:52 AM
  13. ridesno159's Avatar
    http://forums.crackberry.com/general...t-here-260887/


    For example, on the text message application (compose new message): On 9900, I have to press blackberry button, then select compose new text message. On 9810, you can just press the shortcut on the bottom of the screen. It is faster and more convenience.
    Hold the trackpad down, or just click on a date. A menu will pop up. Maybe not as fast, but close enough.
    AbuYazeedUK likes this.
    01-24-12 06:10 AM
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