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Thread: New Blackberry?

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    Question New Blackberry?

    Hi everybody i recently heard from a local cricket dealer that cricket will be receiving a new Blackberry model. My question is does anybody know which model it is?

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    Thank you i guess i should have waited till that came out instead of buying the 8530.

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    You must be a blackberry fanatic... Bbs are overpriced obsolete equipment. Android is the way to go bud. Sorry just my opinion

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    Yes I am a bit of a blackberry fanatic i admit it but it does what i need it to do. I was thinking about going android though what phone would you recommend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kris66 View Post
    Yes I am a bit of a blackberry fanatic i admit it but it does what i need it to do. I was thinking about going android though what phone would you recommend.
    If you are wanting to stick with a Cricket phone, I'd definitely go for the Huawei Mercury. It's rated the best prepaid smartphone by PC Mag. I would have to agree...

    If you are looking to use a flashed phone on Cricket, it just depends on what style Android you like. For instance, there is HTC, Samsung, and Motorola. I've used every brand on Cricket and I would have to say that my HTC device was awesome. Again, it just depends on what style Android you are looking for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knewsom32 View Post
    If you are wanting to stick with a Cricket phone, I'd definitely go for the Huawei Mercury. It's rated the best prepaid smartphone by PC Mag. I would have to agree...

    If you are looking to use a flashed phone on Cricket, it just depends on what style Android you like. For instance, there is HTC, Samsung, and Motorola. I've used every brand on Cricket and I would have to say that my HTC device was awesome. Again, it just depends on what style Android you are looking for.
    Agreed. If you don't wanna drop the cash for a Mercury, look around Craigslist/eBay for used android phones. I've seen the HTC Evo 3D and the Motorola Photon both for pretty cheap online, and they're both still very high-end phones capable of being fully flashed to Cricket.

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    Thanks for your help everybody i will look into the mercury.

 

 

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