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  1. CinoEvil's Avatar
    So what is the mAh on that bad boy?
    09-03-08 01:11 PM
  2. Ron9k's Avatar

    Well I guess I was not very specific

    Do we know anything about its capacity in mAh? I had already searched
    for info on a Blackberry D-X1, but did not find anything

    Yes we do----->
    09-03-08 03:04 PM
  3. gregerator's Avatar
    Well pop my cherry, it' s my first post here on CB! Trying to keep up on all the Jav info, been *sneaking* around here for a while. I'm on TMO carrying an 8100 since they first made an appearance. I don't have the cash to drop on changing phones each time a new version comes out. The basic specs I've read are impressive. Mostly, for myself, the almost twice as fast as my pearl processor, the improved camera (altho I own a couple digital cameras, I don't carry them around so I'm always using my Pearl's), and size. The pearl was my first BB mostly because I'm not in business and I hate huge phones. The Bold, albeit a nice BB, seems like it will be bigger than anything I would choose to carry. And since 3G won't be in my neighborhood via TMO anytime soon. And since WiFi is, well, everywhere, the Jav just makes more sense for me. As for battery, judging from specs on Pearls, Curves, 8800s, and the Bold, RIM knows what their devices need and won't short us on power. My Pearl at 2 years old only needs a charge every 3 days or so. And I text and I surf and play games etc. As for release dates...ah the ever growing tension. I am up for and upgrade now. I have *considered* taking on an 8120, especially when I heard rumors of a mid 2009 release.... So I also thought about jumping ship and grabbing a Bold upon at&t release, despite plan charges etc. But now with the 3G issues and seemingly better info on late Q4 release dates, I think I can wait and make the Jav a birthday or Christmas present. My pearl can take it. (BTW, off topic a bit, these Otterboxes, really necessary? I drop my phone prolly once a week, I've dropped it (submerged tho briefly) in water, and it's still amazing... that little wrap around bit really gonna help? I mean if you wrapped it in a bubble paper ball I could understand but isn't the jolt of a fall still gonna jostle the insides? You may have fewer nicks and scratches ( my screen is scratched to heck, I keep my pearl in my pocket and it catches jean rivets all the time) but will that casing really help the insides when you drop the phone?) Back to topic. So for Specs, I'm drooling like Pavlov's dog. For Specualtions... I'm gonna hyperventilate any minute... (I said my Pearl could take it, I might not.) Javelin, Javelin, Wherefore art thou Javelin? And ya better be here by Christmas or you're out of the will!
    Last edited by gregerator; 09-04-08 at 09:38 PM.
    09-04-08 09:35 PM
  4. coolbrett007's Avatar
    Yeah crucial you have all the phones. How do you and how can we join you?

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    09-04-08 09:40 PM
  5. Hamp's Avatar
    BlackBerry 9300 (Javelin) Specification
    Date Announced 2008, 2Q
    Network Technology Quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
    Hardware/Processor ArgonV 512 MHz processor
    Dimensions (mm)
    Weight (g)
    Screen Size : 480 x 360 pixels
    Screen Color : TFT colors
    Type : Candybar
    QWERTY-Keyboard : Yes
    Antenna : Fixed Internal
    Internal(MB) : 256 MB flash memory
    Expansion : MicroSD
    Battery Type : Li - ion
    Stand-by (hrs) :
    TalkTime(min) :
    Ringtones Polyphonic :
    MP3 Yes
    A2DP Yes
    TV Receiver Null
    FM Radio No
    Video Record Yes, video recording
    Audio Support MP3, ACC
    Voice Support voice dialing, voice commands, voice recording, speakerphone
    SMS Yes
    MMS Yes
    EMS No
    Email Yes
    HSDPA Null
    EDGE Yes
    Bluetooth Yes, v 2.0
    3G No
    GPRS Yes
    Infrared (IrDA) No
    USB Port Yes
    Java (J2ME) Yes
    WAP No Info
    Platform / OS - BlackBerry 4.6
    Browser Full HTML browser
    Predictive Text Entry Yes
    PIM Application Alarm, calendar, calculator, To - do, notes
    Other Application GPS, music/video player, BlackBerry Map
    Themes No Info.
    Caller ID Photo caller ID
    Lens Type CMOS, 3.2 Megapixel
    Digital zoom
    Max. Resolution 2048 x 1536 pixels
    Flash Yes
    Night Mode Yes
    Extra Features
    Photo Format
    Video Yes, video recording
    Video Format
    09-05-08 08:51 AM
  6. bellxx's Avatar
    How will the javelin handle large e-mails and large e-mail attachments?
    09-07-08 12:41 PM
  7. Crucial_Xtreme's Avatar
    How will the javelin handle large e-mails and large e-mail attachments?
    Just fine. That I can promise.
    09-07-08 03:11 PM
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