blackberrian, 28 Apr 2010arghh,i forgot to add one more ques,what is the different between this 9105 and 9100??The Pearl 3G 9105 has a traditional T9 keypad, the 9100 has the SureType QWERTY keyboard. Just look at the pictures for more info!
JRF, 27 Apr 2010Honestly, yeah! The Bold 9700 is nice but this new curve (in dark red fade to black) looks nic... morearghh,i forgot to add one more ques,what is the different between this 9105 and 9100??
JRF, 27 Apr 2010Honestly, yeah! The Bold 9700 is nice but this new curve (in dark red fade to black) looks nic... moreerm,ok..hey man,ive got a few questions to ask!
1) is this the fone said to be the touch screen n qwerty?or if it is not,what the model should be?
2) yes,i do agree the design of this machine is sleek n got style..but i think i prefer more to the onyx..its already take my heart man..hahaha..so,could u tell me that whether the onyx also available for the OS 6 updates??
3) what is "suretype", "multitap", and T9??
I expected it to be smaller than the Pearl 9100 since it had only a numerical keyboard, but all they did was to place bigger T9 keys on the same device.
Really disappointed about this device´s size. Lets wait for a better pricing.
blackberrian, 27 Apr 2010r u sure what r u talking about my friends??erm,im glad that BB has now come out with a few ne... moreHonestly, yeah! The Bold 9700 is nice but this new curve (in dark red fade to black) looks nice! It offers the same specs, is said to support OS6 and is nice and sleek. The qwerty keypad of the first Pearls (suretype) is RIM's version of T9 from the regular 123(ABC) keypads. But I find T9 easier to use since most phones with T9 offer 123 number pads. Multitap on my Nokia N85 was easy, as was on my Nokia 5610, SE w705 and SE c902. And QWERTY on my Gemini and iPod touch are just as fast, except I make more mistakes on the iPod xD.I also owned a SE P1i which also has the QW ER TY keypad... but no SureType, so I was fast on it to. I can basically adapt to any keyboard with my big hands (but the 9000 has the most comfortable keypad ever!). I just think Multitap beats SureType and Multitap is probably easier on this keyboard. I guess my main reason for prefering multitap over SureType is because I type in 2 languages (english and spanish) and the auto-correct would change some spanish words to english ones or vice-versa.
JRF, 27 Apr 2010I definitely would prefer this over the 9100. SureType isn't my thing. But with the convention... morer u sure what r u talking about my friends??erm,im glad that BB has now come out with a few new models..n IT IS TOUCH PAD dude! hahaha..touch pad is the best thing compared to that old trackball thing!..forca BB!
I definitely would prefer this over the 9100. SureType isn't my thing. But with the conventional Alphanumeric keypad this one has, multitap will keep me as fast as a regular QWERTY device. This would go great with my 8520!
9100 has suretype keypad
9105 has conventional keypad like regular candybar handphone