sankuj, 13 May 2017if it was dual SIM, would have been the best.if it was a dual SIM I would have bought it with a heart beat
Hotcakes17, 13 May 2017q10 keypad is far better, in fact I give the Bold 9790 the best keypad of all BB's No the best keypad of all BB 's is 9720 and classic's keypad
q10 keypad is far better, in fact I give the Bold 9790 the best keypad of all BB's
Kelsey B, 13 May 2017Why would you watch a movie on a smartphone? In fact why do people play games when a console w... moreto kill time when needed. and that's what I'm trying to clarify for some people, this phone is not meant for people with multimedia purposes in mind.
if you read my previous post, you will see that we are in the same page.
RobzY, 12 May 2017it is not as powerful as 801-805 you can find it here and in many other benchmarks! https:/... moreWhy would you watch a movie on a smartphone? In fact why do people play games when a console with proper controllers is magnitudes better. Lets watch the latest James Bond movie on a tiny screen I just don't get it.
Anonymous, 12 May 2017Isn't this phone a 625 and not a 615 like the one you referenced in your youtube link?typo!
still are very similar at benchmarks.
RobzY, 12 May 2017it is not as powerful as 801-805 you can find it here and in many other benchmarks! https:/... moreIsn't this phone a 625 and not a 615 like the one you referenced in your youtube link?
Superb smartphone. Fear of lower performance is no more. Ram management is great. 625SD performance is better than that of SD821(LG 6),835(S8). Watched speed test here https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CQbc2D4lY7s
It's available in India next month. Confirmed.
RobzY, 12 May 2017it is not as powerful as 801-805 you can find it here and in many other benchmarks!
https:/... moreIts not really suitable for multimedia but then that's not stopped Samsung or LG from changing from dominant ratios has it? And it won't stop people from consuming media on those devices.
I stand corrected on how powerful the SOC. The point I'm making is, its as good as needs to be for what the device is geared towards. What I don't understand is where people find the time to waste on playing games?
kwl189, 12 May 2017Even if you do play games, the SOC is ahead of the 801 and 805 SD and I played games flawlessl... moreit is not as powerful as 801-805 you can find it here and in many other benchmarks!
what you haven't mention is the odd screen ratio which is not suitable for multimedia purposes like gaming, movies, etc... now if you try to be rational what I say is right but I sense you are trying to push the device over what it is meant to be!
but then again since you agree with what I'm saying you are ok! I guess!
RobzY, 08 May 2017in my opinion it's a gorgeous phone capable of doing day to day tasks except gaming! now if y... moreEven if you do play games, the SOC is ahead of the 801 and 805 SD and I played games flawlessly on devices running those specs. Its only powering a 1080p screen as well. This phone can do it all barring watching movies for hours on end. I'm sure people have a thing called tablets for that though.
Kyle Belmont, 11 May 2017Honestly, people need to question why they need a Snapdragon 835. It's the same sort of people... moreExactly. Its just people wanting to able to brag to their mates at the pub saying how they've got the latest and greatest. What really matters is quality and experience. BB have nailed this phone and I'm informed that it has sold out in the UK. How true that is or to what factors are behind that is another story but on paper thats a good sign for BB. We need them to do well and bring competition back to the market because Samsung and Apple are just trolling us with incremental updates. They aren't pushing hard because there is no reason to.
Only BB trade mark is Left, to rejoice! Cpu Gpu both are outdated, which contribute towards innovation. Then Chinese are far better. Screen size is too small it should have been as Privs. Only name which has no character of BB. OS, BB service etc all gone. Mow measly an Android phone. Made by contractors for the Canadian.
Curious to know anyone switching from BB OS 10 to BB Android, how do you find the data transfer, is it easy or not?
I know it sounds silly but I'm using Z10 now and I do have lots of data e.g. Notes (Remember) and Password Keeper which I should transfer into my new phone to get my work easier.
Because of this consideration I might think to have KeyOne as my next phone.
BB is awesome in my opinion, but the apps support is not. At the end, I will need to move to Android platform, yet data transfer is my biggest consideration.
I don't know if I buy Android phone, Sony for example, and install HUB+ in it, will I still be able to transfer my valuable data?
Thank you for your answer.