Originally Posted by javyn
Why is it TS that you have the Curve as an option on your poll but not the 8800 series? Never used the 8800, but have an 8700 and frankly, love it. The Curve honestly looks like something Apple should have designed. Then again, I don't like "consumer friendly" phones, I want hardcore corporate.
If you'd been reading this thread, I believe I answered this question already. AT&T has the 8820, and refurb 8800's, but neither one of them come with a camera. Plus... they still have the shitty trackball. I work in a dust, mold, and particulate filled warehouse. My hands frequently have granite, marble, glass, or plain old dirt all over them. I'm going to try and be careful, but even so, that trackball would last a week tops.
I would have upgraded to 8800 a while ago, but they have cameras, and that's not allowed in federal courthouses.
No they dont. At least, not according to the BB website. Might as well pull the trigger!
Anyway, I guess you need to list what your needs in a phone are.
I'm pretty sure I did all this already. Thanks to everyone for all the advice in this thread, BTW. I thought the BB was decent, but its far too fragile for my needs, and doesn't really do what I want. The stuff that it DOES do, the MotoQ does better. The keyboard on the Q is far superior IMO to any other phone AT&T carries. I looked at the Palm Centro Glacier this weekend, and HATE the keys. They are literally impossible for me to hit cleanly. You have to have the fingers of a child to use that thing. The BB is passable, but for all the reasons mentioned previously, I thought the Q blew it out of the water. So... I went ahead and pulled the trigger this weekend and love it. Amazing phone.