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    AT&T Announces Blackberry 9900


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    Indeed its about time.. Still annoyed everyone else has had it since August but I guess its better then nothing. If I didn't have my discount and some grandfathered items I would have probably left.

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    I have been waiting for the 9900 for a while, but now there's the new BBX phone due out soon. I'm not sure if I should get the 9900 now or wait for the BBX phone.

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    Not trying to troll but can BlackBerry die already!?

    Seriously, they keep releasing the same fugly phones with the same fugly UI.

    I hope QNX or whatever it is saves us all from this CLUELESS company.

    Please close this thread as no one is interested in RIM products at this particular time.

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    As for the qnx phones i wouldnt wait around honestly since i hear they are atleast 6 mths away. Also it will be a full touch screen so i will be upgrading to a 9900 and by the time im due for another upgrade hopefully something good for rim will be out again.

    Lol fugly phones the 9900 is the sexiest bb on the market with that keyboard, screen and battery life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wide_opeN View Post
    Not trying to troll but can BlackBerry die already!?

    Seriously, they keep releasing the same fugly phones with the same fugly UI.

    I hope QNX or whatever it is saves us all from this CLUELESS company.

    Please close this thread as no one is interested in RIM products at this particular time.

    I love Blackberry handsets, it has a small but cult like following like Apple but with reason. Blackberry's just work and you don't have to select a new handset nor hold it a certain way to get signal

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    I've got love for Rim, it just amazes me how they've lost their way though.

    Hopefully, they'll find their home run soon!

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    Since I am a TM customer, rarely come over to the dark side.
    TM has had the 9900 for a couple months. I didn't upgrade from my 9700 because the 9900 has a crippled camera and no OS7 BB phones have wifi calling. (att never had this feature so that defect doesn't matter, here). Wifi calling should be added as an upgrade to OS7 by the end of the year.

    att has had the 9810 - which TM will have next week. Question - what does the 9900 offer that the 9810 doesn't? I would consider the 9810 over the 9900 because of having a functional camera.
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