Research in Motion (RIM), now freed from the shackles of lawsuit hell, announced the Blackberry 7130g, a slimmed-down smartphone that weighs four ounces and is a mere three-quarters of an inch thick. There's no QWERTY keyboard due to its smaller 4.5-inch candy bar form factor, but that's okay, the 7130g uses the SureType keyboard layout which combines phone dialing and QWERTY with its clever software to make things easy. A little screen size is sacrificed, too, where the display is 240x260 rather than the larger 320x240 of its older and larger brother, the Blackberry 8700g.
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