osh, 11 Mar 2015how's your blackberry?worth the money to buy?For US $419.00 I don't think it's worth the money considering the non-removable battery + my battery lasted less than 24hrs with just few text messaging. I just bought this BB Classic purely because of its look, quality/craftsmanship, durability and physical keypad.
I bought this bb and found it rather heavy I hated it. Also the bb protect doesn't work with the bb 9900.
I think bb company must rethink of producing a new version where it's lighter. I was very disappointed with it really :(
Can someone tell me what's the diff between bb Q10 and the bb classic ?
this is outgrowing the usual... classically designed. this phone satisfies the eyes
Mark, 09 Mar 2015Hi, I'm also from the Philippines, does your classic have free leather pouch or Blackberry pow... moreI got mine at shopping mall in ordinary sealed pack with no leather pouch. The one I saw in Youtube has a big black box with pouch is a special or limited edition one. Though you can acquire one locally in Greenhills for Php 2,000.00
AnonD-177318, 06 Mar 2015If the problem is just battery, you need to bring the whole device. Store policy here in the P... moreHi, I'm also from the Philippines, does your classic have free leather pouch or Blackberry power bank when you bought it?
John, 08 Mar 2015I want to upgrade my BB9900 but in Australia the Classic costs $500 or a 2 year $80/m contract... moreThe same story as user @shabi with BB vs iPhone.
BB is pure business. We can not compare BlackBerry with Android, WP or iOS.
Try to find another online trusted store in your area. I am sure you will find BB Classic for a decent price.
I am not a Samsung fan because, starting with Galaxy Wave, all Samsung Galaxy phones looks the same when it comes about design.
So I just got this phone a few days ago and so far I love it! Although it seems like a some of the specs are lacking, it makes up for it in the OS. It is one of the most interesting OS's I have ever used and I want to spend all my day on it learning all the tricks. Another great feature is the keyboard, and since I love typing, having the physical keyboard was a huge plus and the build quali
I want to upgrade my BB9900 but in Australia the Classic costs $500 or a 2 year $80/m contract, but can get a new Samsung S4 for $35/m. Blackberry does not encourage loyalty when it seeks to screw its own customers. So what to do, hell I might as well jump to the S4 and try to install as secure software I can find.
What do you think?
shabi, 07 Mar 2015which is the best? iphone or bbBlackBerry terminals are pure business phones, therefore if you are a business person interest in communication over a secure network, BB is the phone for you.
Also BB 10 OS can run, beside BB Apps, android apps and windows phone apps. I don't think iPhone is capable to do that.
BBM way better that facebook, BB Hub will be live at first sight.
But, if you are interest in playing games, listen music, selfies and other 16 year old kid stuff, an entry level android will do just fine.
strukef, 04 Mar 2015Are you waterproof? If not you are useless.Yes, I'm waterproof and I'm not useless!
Uragz, 07 Mar 2015does the blackberry classic has a notification led light?YES, it does have LED notification light and its color can be customize to your like :-)
Marius, 07 Mar 2015I think it's just wrong what happens in your country, because all the pack is covered by warra... moreThanks Marius. Yes I'm going verify this warranty thing with Blackberry Philippines. I'm now in a process of contacting them.
AnonD-177318, 06 Mar 2015If the problem is just battery, you need to bring the whole device. Store policy here in the P... moreI think it's just wrong what happens in your country, because all the pack is covered by warranty.
By "pack" meaning all "things inside the box" that has come with your phone when you buy it: Phone, charger, USB cable, headset, etc. Those things are covered by the warranty.
Try to contact BlackBerry and find their point of view on your case, because it is just wrong.
Marius, 06 Mar 2015Battery: A non-removable battery, could also be an advantage, because in case that something g... moreIf the problem is just battery, you need to bring the whole device. Store policy here in the Philippines with regards to battery is quite different. It's not covered by warranty. And knowing some shop technicians here they will just open the device and replace the battery. Again, it's a hassle, money and time consuming. We know how easy to replace battery...right? :-)
AnonD-177318, 06 Mar 2015My first ever Blackberry device.
1. Text messaging
3. A little in ... moreBattery: A non-removable battery, could also be an advantage, because in case that something goes wrong, the service unit will swap your phone (just like Apple does with iPhone).
Price: In my country BB Classic costs 349 Euros contract free.