Podcast Episode 009 - BlackBerry 9000 Review Wrap Up!

By Kevin Michaluk on 9 May 2008 01:19 pm
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CrackBerry.com Podcast: Episode 004"You are now listening to CrackBerry.com, home of the #1 Podcast for BlackBerry Users (& Abusers!), with your hosts, the Addict and the Expert, Kevin Michaluk & Craig Johnston!"

All good things come to an end, and so it is for our first on the net BlackBerry 9000 Review.

Not to worry, all signs point to the BlackBerry 9000 being announced at WES next week. We have a good idea of what's coming in the 9000 thanks to our early review, but in only a few days all of the final specs should be known.

That being said, if you've been digging the CrackBerry.com BlackBerry 9000 coverage this week, you need to listen to this podcast. It's the wrap-up show, and we talk about some BlackBerry 9000 schtuffff that hasn't made the blogs or videos (like the 9000's Bold new name) that you may just want to hear.  

Take a listen after the jump and be sure to report back with your comments. Enjoy the show!! 

Listen to CrackBerry.com Podcast: Episode 009

Show Details:

  • Recorded: Friday, May 9th, 2008 @ 10am CST
  • Show Length: 54m50s
  • File Size: 31.5MB

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1 comment

pmjohnson99

Great show...

- you asked about the difference in processors between the Jav and the Niag. The Qualcomm chipset in the Niag is built specifically for dealing with 3G. And since the Jav is 3G-less I guess you get a different chipset.

I am curious about the MHz though. In my research I couldn't find solid specs as the speed ranges. The info seemed a bit unclear in parts as to speeds. I would guess something like that is very variable .