I have been using for the past 6 months this Blackberry Z30. Such a awesome phone ever i used. Specially BB browser never loaded while switch to 2nd or 3rd page.Speed is good.
And Quality of the product and simply superb.
my BlackBerry screen suddenly goes all patchy white and pink when u try to switch on after battery has run out , what could be the problem ?
had been a proud owner of z10 and then i bought z30. facebook app doesnt shows all news, twitter also has problem. Music player suddenly tells - unsupported file. have updated the latest update via otg. though it has the fastest browser and good battery, i am on the verge of shifting to motorola. Now the blackberry CEo also hinted that they may stop making mobiles. have been a BB fan big time, but disappointed lately
ketan, 13 Oct 2015this phone is javaJava??? LOL
vl, 13 Oct 2015Phone is perfect for audiophiles. Preset the player out of the box without difficulty plays un... moreI will second this! The Blackberry Z30 music player sounds great with the music EQ. Not as great as Samsung GS6 but sounds just as great as iPhone music player, to be honest sounds a bit better in my opinion. Also the volume keys act as music control keys. Not just pause, but also as the PREVIOUS and NEXT buttons. All BB do this
Phone is perfect for audiophiles. Preset the player out of the box without difficulty plays uncut 24 bit 192 Hz FLAC and WAV files and volumes of 1.5 GB. Even for the top models on Android and it's a problem, even on flagships on WP 8.1- 10 do not even know how to paid software. While the hardware stuffing here last generation. The phone can be operated with one hand, even on the run thanks to the implemented control gestures perfectly.
Linda, 12 Oct 2015Worst phone I ever owned.
The screen is over-sensitive, I keep it in my handbag and even th... moreYou should understand your smartphone's functionality more than your smartphone should understand you. Pretty basic, aye?
Every smartphone has its ups and downs. I know my Z30 ain't perfect. But I do concentrate on its strengths rather than its weaknesses.
Anonymous, 12 Oct 2015For those asking, yes, the Z30 is a great phone. Sadly, Blackberry CEO Chen seems intent on k... moreYeah why not? Z50? Manitoba? ThatÂ’s the rumoured Z30 successor.
Blackberry is not just about phone making business. Unlike Apple, take away iPhone and all of Apple's business is doomed!
You can slap whatever latest and greatest specs you know and want in a smartphone but at the end of the day, you or we are not the OEM's customers wherein they based their smartphones' specs.
If you can customise your own smartphone's specs and hardware and stop moaning, hey hoo, that's better. Can you?!
Worst phone I ever owned.
The screen is over-sensitive, I keep it in my handbag and even the lightest brush selects icons. The phone keeps freezing and sometimes dials the wrong number. It floods with pointless notifications like wifi access, which I need to deleted in batches. This way I accidentally deleted a message thread with my boyfriend, and now I cannot retrieve it. I only have this phone for a few months and it's already irritating me to no end.
For those asking, yes, the Z30 is a great phone. Sadly, Blackberry CEO Chen seems intent on killing off the mobile division with his "back to the future" ideas of physical QWERTY keyboards and oddly shaped phones like the passport. Sure, they'll get some sales, but they aren't mainstream. Years ago Samsung and others took on Blackberry with their own QWERTY offerings, but the majority of the world decided they wanted touch screen and it was pretty much all over for Blackberry and QWERTY
Now Chen thinks the problem is BOS 10.x and has decided to try and grab market share with an Android offering. Perhaps BB market research will come up with a study that will tell Chen what the majority of people already know: most of the market won't pay a premium for a phone that has 2nd class specs no matter how good the OS.
Now Snapdragon just came out with a kick-ass 820 which all reports say have the heating issues that came with the 810 worked out. So why not give the Blackberry community a nice successor to the Z30, but with all the bells and whistles?
I'd like to see a successor with an underclocked 820 (to save on battery since BOS 10.x doesn't really need the HP), throw in 64GB internal storage and all the latest connectivity features to do wired/wireless connectivity to SmartTVs, projectors and monitors. That will get business users excited. Throw in the latest Sony camera sensor to make the phone on par with other flagships in that department. And speaking of Sony, make it waterproof too. Give it 3GB-4GB of RAM along with the Adreno 530 to give the geeks and gamers something to get excited about. Finally, make it a bit thinner, but not at the cost of the battery, so that it can be used as a real workhorse without recharging every day.
Now you have a successor to the Z30 that is worthy of the premium price. If you want to make it a horse race, make two versions, one with Android and one with BOS 10.x and let the market decide which one it wants.
Sadly, it won't happen as it appears that after his failed experiments, Chen wishes this mobile division headache would just go away with a whimper, rather than a bang.
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