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Just as the hype is dying down on that last SureType device, our pal Roc A Fella got his hands on T-Mobile's latest, the Samsung T719. This new addition to the family that uses RIMs BlackBerry Connect, and, as we know, features a rotating 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, quad-band EDGE, and 25MB o

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September 27, 2006 at 4:08PM
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We can't vouch for the quality of its keys, but Samsung's floated its own piece of SureType pie in the SGH-T719 clamshell, a form factor you'll not soon find in RIM's stable (at least, as far as we know), and it's now available on T-Mobile. As we reported earlier, the BlackBerry Connect-enabled pho

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It turns out the 8100 / Pearl won't be the only device with SureType dropping on T-Mobile in the next few weeks. Samsung's curious clamshell, the SGH-T719 with BlackBerry integration and that love-it-or-hate-it SureType keypad, is now listed as \"Coming Soon\" on T-Mob's site. The 1.3-megapixel cam i

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We're a day late, but definitely not a dollar short this week. Just when we thought last week's trip out to Vegas for CTIA was going to be a bit of a bust, Apple goes and drops a bombshell on the industry in the form of the dual-bootin' Windows-enablin' Boot Camp beta software. In the mean time whil

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We got a chance to take a good, long look at Samsung's new T719, their SureType-equipped slim flipphone with BlackBerry connect. The 1.3 megapixel camera and slim design are all well and good, but the keyboard is obviously notable for a non-smartphone Samsung device. The BlackBerry integration was

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So we're here in Vegas for the opening ceremonies of CTIA, which officially opens its doors tomorrow. We checked out Samsung tonight at the Official CTIA Press Rception; they didn't have a whole lot of anything to play around with that we haven't already seen before (the D807 and T719 were present)

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