1. ouk's Avatar
    I would like to know which cdma Blackberry model was the first to use sd/memory cards. Just curious. Thanks.

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    01-18-12 06:50 PM
  2. BigBadWulf's Avatar
    I'd have to say the 8130. Out of curiosity, why the curiosity?
    01-18-12 10:47 PM
  3. ouk's Avatar
    I like the appearance and the ergonimics of the older BBs, particularly the 72-- series and those similar. I'm still using a Curve I got in Oct. of '08. Primary use is text, email, weather, & Crackberry. This Curve is my first and only BB and I've always wanted to try one of the older models just for the fun of it. I need to find one that works on Sprint.

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    01-19-12 06:49 PM
  4. BigBadWulf's Avatar
    My first was an 8100. I used and abused it for almost two years. Abused to the point I had a replacement given to me, from a friend, after well over a year, and 4 keypad membranes. I'm totally down with the admiration for old BlackBerries. The 7xxx series was a tank. Funny, a close friend who also had an 8100, almost as long, pulled his out and fired it up just today. We waxed on whimsically about those days.

    I commend you for your passion. Not sure what CDMA phones they made pre 8130. I will tell you, as much as I loved the old, there's no way I'd go backwards now. The processor on this 9650 makes me nutty enough.
    01-19-12 08:01 PM
  5. jimmyfallon's Avatar
    i think its the 8130
    02-01-12 04:23 AM
  6. ouk's Avatar
    Thanks for the info. Since January I've had a lot of fun with a 7250, 8830, back to the 8330 for awhile, and now using a 8703e. Have a 7130e to try as soon as I can get rid of the IT policy that is on it. May eventually try the 8130 as well.
    06-18-12 04:21 PM
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