I've never gotten along with the SureType keyboards on some of RIM's BlackBerry devices. You input a couple of letters, get a list of possible words, scroll over to the correct one, then select it--yeah, no thanks. I know it gets easier to use over time, but it really shouldn't be so much work. It's a shame, too, because they're found on some of the company's best smart phones, including the sexy
So are you prepping yourself to go grab the BlackBerry 8800 when it's released? Not so fast. There's an additional rumor that RIM is working on a BlackBerry 9xxx series that will feature a new processor, a revamped user interface, and the ability to back up to a microSD card. It'll also be 3G-capable and available through Cingular in Q4. Again, all speculation at this point, but still fun to think about, no?