BlackBerry devices visiting vowe's magic flying circus

by Volker Weber

I skimmed through this week's logfile and by sheer incidence found a BlackBerry device which should not exist, Then I enumerated the whole lot and found two more. Can you tell?

BlackBerry6710/4.0.0
BlackBerry7100/3.8.0
BlackBerry7100/4.0.2
BlackBerry7100/4.1.0
BlackBerry7100i/4.1.0
BlackBerry7130/4.1.0
BlackBerry7130e/4.1.0
BlackBerry7230/3.7.0
BlackBerry7230/3.7.1
BlackBerry7230/4.0.0
BlackBerry7250/4.0.0
BlackBerry7250/4.1.0
BlackBerry7290/4.0.0
BlackBerry7290/4.0.2
BlackBerry7290/4.1.0
BlackBerry7520/4.1.0
BlackBerry7730/4.0.2
BlackBerry8100/4.2.0
BlackBerry8100/4.2.1
BlackBerry8700/4.1.0
BlackBerry8700/4.2.1
BlackBerry8703e/4.1.0
BlackBerry8707/4.1.0
BlackBerry8800/4.2.1

Comments

Well the 8800 for sure ... i'm too much of a BlackBerry newbie to identify the others...8707 maybe?

Gerry Shappell, 2006-12-16

You nailed one, but the the 8707 exists.

Volker Weber, 2006-12-16

By "which should not exist" do you mean the three devices (8100, 8700 and 8800) with firmware version 4.2.1?

Abdelkader Boui, 2006-12-16

Right. ;-)

Volker Weber, 2006-12-16

BlackBerry 8800 in the wild?

Yves Luther, 2006-12-16

Hm, just a thought: Would you think it's worth the effort for RIM marketing group to modify their user agent and then visit a couple of techie sites and leave this kind of footprints? Looking at the discussion at the blackberrycool site (Yves' link), this seems to create some excitement in the community...

Ragnar Schierholz, 2006-12-18

Saw the 8800 today that looked pretty sweet , guess its time to break my 8700 :) and wait for the 8800 to get out

Flemming Riis, 2006-12-19

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