RIM should shut down their business and get employed with samsung/apple/motorola to learn how to run business and create better phones.
BB is full of BS and what makes me to pay a heavy price for such stupid phone.
Email part is the only USP for BB otherwise its a crap. I can gett better phone for lesser price.
[deleted post]No he is not, you probably are. Blackberry z10 is nothing special on the market right now. A waste of money. The worst os on the market. Even long time bb users are saying its no good
greybeard, 01 Apr 2013No, it is not better than any android, plus it has almost NO apps. Better buy quality android ... moreapps like what? tell me what app u use apart from social networking that makes such a huge difference. in this device ull see bbm, whatsapp, facebook, twitter, instagram and skype plus u can sideload android apps. so please explain the ever so popular app ur talking about
michael, 02 Apr 2013I do not understand all the negative comments as I have been using this phone for a month now ... moreYou're totally right, got Z10 for 1 month, Came from iphone 4s, Nexus Prime X, they're good phones, the question about BB10 is BB10. Very innovative system, steady, reliable and flowing technologgy. Love HUB and Flow navigation. Never lacks or delay. Battery's still an issue, if you need vídeo or playing games it wont last much. It's a work phone until RIM provide OS battery fix. Hope so that comes early. Impressive and charming device.
ynnos, 02 Apr 2013Is Wi-fi Hotspot really not available in this phone?Check out this vid regarding the mobile hotspot http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHPfC7ziB0w
Does the Z10 have bis because the are rumors u cnt dowload...u have 2 buy own data 2 download...
michael, 02 Apr 2013I do not understand all the negative comments as I have been using this phone for a month now ... moreThe specs or the hardware components is important factor when it comes to choosing a new phone ...
Having a quad core cpu is not for show ! a powerful GPU is not just a number on paper ! Yes the performance is the most important test but it also depends on what are using your phone for . you for example say that your daily use is mainly internet browsing and emails so maybe the z10 is very good at doing this but is this the only use for smart phones today ? the answer is no there are many other things like watching videos (HD ones are common now) playing 3D games even 2D/3D CAD ! and with these types of apps the quad core ,the ram and the GPU will make a huge deference regardless of your OS!
Z10 is good phone by BB standards and it aimed at the lovers of this brand but comparing it to the latest of Android phone will never end in his favor
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2013I love the Z10 and i wanna buy it over the weekend. my biggest problem is the data plan provid... moreEmails and twitter use very little data. The average email is 20 kb, so i would venture to say you would be safe with a 2gb plan or something similar.
I love the Z10 and i wanna buy it over the weekend. my biggest problem is the data plan provided by service providers (whether it will be sufficient) given the fact that i use e-mails a lot and also the twitter and whattsapp applications. pls advice
I just bought my BlackBerry Z10 awhile ago and my friend told me that I have to charge it for 6 hours to optimize the battery life since this is the first charge. Do I really have to or this is just a myth?
I do not understand all the negative comments as I have been using this phone for a month now and I do not see any problem. Everything works perfectly, and I don't see any slow down in performance at all (unlike my Xperia Arc S I got last year which started to lag after a month, and takes 3 to 5 seconds to respond to anything i touched now).
This is a productivity phone, very smooth and efficient. 90% of my time are spent on browser, emails, whatsapps. What usually took me 30 seconds to do on my Xperia took less than 10 seconds because things are flowing in and out so smoothly and efficiently. If you need game apps to kill time, there are abundance, although not as much as iOS and Android.
As for dropped calls, lagging, hanging, shutting down etc that someone mentioned, I have never encountered that even once. My apps did hang a couple times (apps' problem, not phone), but my phone didn't hang and all I needed to do was gently swipe up and close the app.
As for the spec, I amazed me now one dimensional some people's reasonings are. Why do you need a quad core when duo core is performing just as well with the BB10 OS? BB10 OS is different from iOS or Android, so the hardware requirement is different too! If duo core is enough to handle things, why go quad core and burn more battery?? As a user, do you even care what chips are used as long as you have a smooth experience?
Try it before you comment. I moved from iPhone 3G to Xperia Arc S to BlackBerry Z10. I read all good reviews about Nokia and decided to get one, but ended up getting an Xperia when I tried them hands-on. Xperia served me very well (but it lags quickly). But Z10 is such a huge step above it. Try using z10, scroll quickly through its picture gallery, its webpages, flip between apps and emails, turns things on and off, feel how smoothly and seamlessly everything fit together before you decide this is an inferior device.
I also don't like the phone at first, but wait until you the device for a week or two, see what will happen. I bet you start to love it
I don't understand why would someone pay such amount of money for this "low" specs ?!?
dual core cpu ... aderno 225 gpu this are the specs for early 2012 smartphones !!
and the appz ..why on earth would i run android apps on non-android phone ?
for this price tag i will get the Sony z or better for much much less i will get the wonderful Nexus 4
Jordan69, 01 Apr 2013For the price of the Z10 is a bit much, but prices will drop. For the moment. If you are plann... moreStay away from WP8. The whole premise of their phone ios is that you'll always have either Wi-Fi or Network access to their cloud storage. Why is this a problem? Try to save a mp3 file (or any media file for that matter) that someone e-mails you. You can't save the file and need open the e-mail app, find the mail and then open the file. Try to browse the filesystem with a 3rd party app. You can't.
Another Microsoft 2 steps forward, 1 step back OS.
With the exception of google, These pOS manufacturers seem to think the whole world only needs point and tap. There are a good number of us who want access to the phone OS filesystem because we want to decide how to organize our personal files.
Gee, kindof the idea behind a filing system.