T-Mobile Addresses 7100 Complaints With Updated Model
Oct 12, 2005, 1:14 PM by (staff)
T-Mobile today launched the Blackberry 7105t. It is not so much a new model as an improved model - addressing major complaints of the 7100t. The 7105t features beveled rows of keys, similar to Nokia's 668X series, for easier touch typing. It also features larger send and end keys. The screen has been improved as well. It is now legible outdoors, uses less power and is less susceptible to scratches. The 7105t has no new software or features.
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Addresses 7100 Complaints
Boy is that worded weird.
is the battery life really better with this one?