Blackberry 8800 Includes GPS
Feb 12, 2007, 2:59 AM by (staff)
Research In Motion today announced a new full-sized Blackberry. The 8800 series will launch as a quad-band GSM/EDGE device with a full QWERTY keyboard and many features from the Pearl including trackball navigation and a media player. Although it mimcs many of the Pearl's features, it is not as thin. The 8800 is also the first GSM Blackberry with GPS. Additionally, it includes a QVGA display, Bluetooth, Micro SD slot and stereo headset jack. The 8800 will be available on AT&T (Cingular) on February 21 for $300 with a 2 year contract.
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VERY POOR - NO NEW THRILLS WITH BLACKBERRY & 8800
So will it have Wi-Fi?
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Now will it pass muster with the frat bro./sorority sis. crowd?
Not very different