the physical keyboard is nice.
but the non-user-removable battery is the biggest drawback.
i had three Blackberry devices some years ago, and based on my personal experiences, the batteries were the first to give up (i was a heavy power user back then).
but, it was no problem, since you could always bought a new set of battery and popped it in your Blackberry. and you're good to go.
now, imagine that with non-user-removable battery. imagine all the fuzz and the waste of time just to replace a battery?.
so, IMO, i don't think a Blackberry phone with non-user-removable battery would success at all.
the battery is not removable, eh?
well, Blackberry never learn from their past mistakes.
and they never listen to their customers.
i'm sure this one will fail.
why, 17 Dec 2014why in the earth they make the battery Non-removable Maybe due to some security and performance reasons
Nice phone but this will not save BB. It will only appeal to existing users.And too expensive.
When will this be available in Australia? if I buy one from the UK/USA will this work here on a 4G network?
Looks Good! Only things against it is the battery is not removable and it doesn't look like there is an Mini HDMI out like the Q10 has.
Add those 2 things and it's perfect!
BB one if Best Quality cell phones ever owned!
Sweet... Hope they bring Back BB PEARL!!!
I have pre oredered also ,loved my 9780 and miss the qwerty keypads of todays smartphones.