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Blackjack vs. 3125 (Processer)

Jay Everette

Nov 21, 2006, 11:32 AM
I know both phones are smart phones and are not PDAs, but witch one has a faster processing time?

I like how both phones look...although the qwerty keypad would definitely come in handy.
My first choice was the 3125, but I wanted to hold of on getting it as soon as I heard about the blackjack. I also like the fact that it is on 3G...

Does anyone have experience with both phones. I looked at both phones for about 10 minutes each, and I still don't know what I should get...even though i am leaning toward the blackjack...

Nov 21, 2006, 3:21 PM
The 3125 is cool, but the blackjack obviously is newer, faster, full qwerty keyboard, and has a larger screen. I actually have the 3125 and I am about to exchange it out for the blackjack. The only thing im hearing that is bad about the blackjack is there is no voicedialing (big deal), and the bluetooth is not strong. Thats something I can find out but its probably the same as other phones.
Jay Everette

Nov 21, 2006, 3:57 PM
Does the 3125 lag at all like the 8125 does?

Nov 24, 2006, 3:15 AM
Jay Everette said:
Does the 3125 lag at all like the 8125 does?

Not really. They both have the same processor, but the reason the 8125 lags is cuz it has a lot more stuff to process since it's running the PPC version of WM5.
I tried the Blackjack recently, and I found that it lags a lil bit compared to the 3125, but not like the 8125. I'm still within my 30 days for my 3125, but I'm sticking with it only cuz I got a good deal on it, and apparently, the battery on it will run circles around the Blackjack long after it's died. 😲( If the Blackjack had a lil more power, and better battery life, then I'd definitely go for it.
Umm, has anyone else here noticed spotty performance with EDGE?

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