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  1. PensHockey's Avatar
    My buddy sent me this and it only said "Tropic" for the subject.
    Last edited by PensHockey; 08-04-09 at 06:42 AM.
    08-03-09 10:25 PM
  2. maddmaxx308's Avatar
    I call photoshop.
    There are NO blackberries that end in 90.
    10 is GPS on GSM
    20 is WiFi on GSM
    30 is CDMA
    50 is CDMA with wifi or PTT.
    There is no need for a xx90 device.

    Whatever it is, it doesn't show WLAN, so no wifi, assuming it actually does (not really) exist.
    Last edited by maddmaxx308; 08-03-09 at 10:56 PM.
    08-03-09 10:45 PM
  3. JoeyMoose's Avatar
    I call Bu##Sh#t
    08-03-09 10:51 PM
  4. twitch06's Avatar
    50 can also be iDEN

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    08-03-09 11:02 PM
  5. Joneser2006's Avatar
    I call photoshop.
    There are NO blackberries that end in 90.
    10 is GPS on GSM
    20 is WiFi on GSM
    30 is CDMA
    50 is CDMA with wifi or PTT.
    There is no need for a xx90 device.

    Whatever it is, it doesn't show WLAN, so no wifi, assuming it actually does (not really) exist.
    I missed the 00 for the 9500
    08-03-09 11:03 PM
  6. GooTz66's Avatar
    Shenanigans!!!
    08-03-09 11:05 PM
  7. maddmaxx308's Avatar
    I missed the 00 for the 9500
    00 is GSM.
    9000
    8900
    8300
    8100
    9500
    Last edited by maddmaxx308; 08-03-09 at 11:23 PM.
    08-03-09 11:06 PM
  8. GooTz66's Avatar
    00 could be GSM or CDMA
    9000
    8900
    8300
    8100
    9500
    xx00 are always GSM devices, never CDMA CDMA devices always end in xx30 unless its iDen or now wi-fi enabled like the Storm 2 with xx50
    08-03-09 11:09 PM
  9. maddmaxx308's Avatar
    xx00 are always GSM devices, never CDMA CDMA devices always end in xx30 unless its iDen or now wi-fi enabled like the Storm 2 with xx50
    Is the Vodafone 9500 not CDMA?
    08-03-09 11:14 PM
  10. GooTz66's Avatar
    Is the Vodafone 9500 not CDMA?
    Nope its a GSM device

    BlackBerry Storm 9500 - Technical Specification - Vodafone
    08-03-09 11:17 PM
  11. maddmaxx308's Avatar
    That would make sense, considering most of Europe (perhaps all?) is smart enough to be running GSM :P

    It's late, I'm tired. Please forgive the typo earlier. I'll correct my post.

    Looking at those numbers... would the 9500 3g speeds work on Rogers 3g perhaps?
    I won't thread jack, I'll do some digging elsewhere
    Last edited by maddmaxx308; 08-03-09 at 11:25 PM.
    08-03-09 11:23 PM
  12. GooTz66's Avatar
    That would make sense, considering most of Europe (perhaps all?) is smart enough to be running GSM :P

    It's late, I'm tired. Please forgive the typo earlier. I'll correct my post.

    Looking at those numbers... would the 9500 3g speeds work on Rogers 3g perhaps?
    I won't thread jack, I'll do some digging elsewhere
    GOD DAMNIT MAX!!!! DONT LET IT HAPPEN AGAIN!!!

    No worries buddy, and to answer your question as to the 9500 working on Rogers 3G i dont think it would. It would need to be unlocked to run on Rogers but most likely will just get EDGE. Just like when someone here takes a Bold from ATT to T-MO they only have EDGE data
    08-03-09 11:41 PM
  13. ushneb's Avatar
    That's like a 6 year olds attempt at photoshop. It's that bad.
    08-04-09 12:49 AM
  14. Shadow.xXx's Avatar
    It's a 3G phone on all bands. Supports GSM/CMDA on all high-speed bands.
    7.2+ support.
    08-04-09 02:13 AM
  15. alandavissc's Avatar
    or maybe the 90 suffix is for some other type of radio...

    but probably not.
    Last edited by alandavissc; 08-04-09 at 07:03 AM.
    08-04-09 06:59 AM
  16. jdmoore81's Avatar
    maybe for lte network
    08-04-09 07:13 AM
  17. britishturbo's Avatar
    It makes me laugh when people say "That's not real cause the model number doesn't make sense..."

    Since when does RIM have a published guideline for model numbers? LOL I mean seriously?

    It is kinda up to them what they call stuff... they CAN call this anything they like...
    08-04-09 08:39 AM
  18. oldTimePens's Avatar
    Just my 2 Pennies but could it be a 4g device? Doubtful but possible.
    08-04-09 09:00 AM
  19. defcon3's Avatar
    Yeah, if it were 9900 everyone would totally buy it. I cannot wait for the Crackberry Podcast to see if this one is mentioned in there at all...

    What bugs me is the OS - 5.7.*.* - I've heard about 5.1. and 5.2. but 5.7 - wow, this must be some deep hush-hush thing that probably not eveyone at RIM even knows about
    08-04-09 09:01 AM
  20. Mikey129's Avatar
    The about screen was saved using captureit, Modified and sent back being displayed as a image on a Storm, Storm 2 (Eh?) or other device. Change of heart, I say it's real.

    Also, Now that I think of it, Who sends just one image? If I were to acquire that device I would send ALOT of pictures.
    Last edited by Mikey129; 08-04-09 at 09:24 AM.
    08-04-09 09:08 AM
  21. britishturbo's Avatar
    Its 3G... Just so ya know...
    08-04-09 09:09 AM
  22. oldTimePens's Avatar
    Storm 2.... holy shnikes.
    08-04-09 09:16 AM
  23. defcon3's Avatar
    9990 = Storm 2

    The BBZone said "I can confirm now that the 9990 is the new branding for the Storm 2..."


    Storm 2 Branded The BlackBerry 9990 | The BlackBerry Zone
    08-04-09 09:19 AM
  24. defcon3's Avatar
    Change of heart, I say it's real.
    LOL

    In a few minutes, you might totally reconsider things and want one, hey?
    08-04-09 09:22 AM
  25. discstu37's Avatar
    If this has been pointed out I apologize...

    But it seems WAY too coincidental that 5.7.0.151 is the same as the current build just with a 5 and not a 4.
    08-04-09 09:25 AM
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