1. Marcusa8o8's Avatar
    I have had my 8900 for about 2 months now and I understand that this is the 8900 forum so users will b biased towards the 8900 but has anyone owned a 9000 before and currently owns a 8900? Is there a big difference as far a performance and network and system speed? Does the 9000 have more onboard memory than the 8900?
    Thanks in advance

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    04-12-09 04:15 AM
  2. Pete6's Avatar
    This topic has come up about 25 times. Please search before posting a more than duplicate post.

    PLEASE.
    04-12-09 04:35 AM
  3. edb3cks's Avatar
    hmm the app memory for javelin is bigger than bold which is an advantage, make the system go faster...
    but speedwise I dont really see any big difference
    04-12-09 05:20 AM
  4. aristile's Avatar
    Search is your friend. Try putting the following in Google:

    8900 bold comparison site:forums.crackberry.com
    04-12-09 10:06 AM
  5. hearmeoutx's Avatar
    Try using the search function in the future.

    To me the main benefit of having the 8900 is more memory. I love, love, love applications, and the fact that I can install virtually any applications without worrying about memory is great. I would just search to see what other users might have to say about the two, though.
    04-12-09 10:08 AM
  6. Jeffdc5's Avatar
    Topic has been beaten to death its all a matter of preference and how you use your phone. Obviously the 8900 is the consumer phone and the bold is the flagship

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    04-12-09 12:46 PM
  7. lazerus's Avatar
    Wait 'til the 8950 comes out.

    Woah.
    04-12-09 01:07 PM
  8. phonegeek#AC's Avatar
    So I will provide my 2 cents as someone that uses both devices.

    The 8900 is slightly smaller. Users of the previous curve will no doubt prefer it's keyboard and size to the bold. The 8900 screen has slightly better resolution but IMO it almost not noticeable. The application functionality seems to have better flow and is less clumsy than the 9000.

    Personally I went back to my 9000 because for my uses I rely heavily on 3G and the simultaneous voice and data but that is just my own personal preference.
    04-12-09 01:45 PM
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