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Network CDMA 850 / CDMA 1900
Dimensions 4.76" x 3.03" x 0.71" (
Weight 5.06
Camera Resolution: 2+ megapixelLED flash with red-eye feature / brightness, white balance control
Memory 1.8 MB (built-in, flash shared memory)
Screen Resolution: 160 x 160 pixels13-20 lines of text (adjustable)

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testike posted 119 months ago

Just got this the other day (I guess I'm the one of the few so far in the country).. Overall it functions just like the 957, my previous blackberry. There have been some updates to the software and things function a little differently. A cool feature about the 6750 is that the keyboard lights up now. So when the backlight is turned on the keys light up to.. That was one of my complaints about the 957.

The cellphone part will take a little getting used to. If you have a Lotus Notes address book it used your contact information in there for phone numbers. I've been told I can go to a Verizon store and get my numbers transferred from my old LG cellphone into this but I think it might create a slew of new address book entries. So I plan on doing this myself.

Now onto my biggest complaint.. Wireless web. When I was inquiring about the 6750 I was told that I could browse the web on it just like I did on my LG cellphone. Well that sales rep was wrong.. After setting up the email and phone side of it, I couldn't get the Browser to work. I called Verizon Tech support today and they said they don't support the wireless web.. I either have to get some 3rd party provider or have my company sset it up on the Enterprise server.. I don't know if that's going to happen.

Other than that, phone reception and clarity is good. It's relatively easy to use once you get used to the changes and the phone functionality.. But like I mentioned, the Wireless web part is the drawback.

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