AnonD-656940, 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 Cpu Gpu both are outdated, which contribute towards innovation.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.
☆☆☆☆&#9734; star's from my side BlackBerry is the best from every other phone
AnonD-286078, 10 May 2017Those moaning about 835 SD need to take a hard look at themselves. Samsung purposefully restri... moreHonestly, people need to question why they need a Snapdragon 835. It's the same sort of people who NEED an Intel i7 when all they do most of the time is look at shit on the internet and do gaming.
The keypad on the Blackberry Q10 is far superior to the keypad on the Keyone.
marco, 10 May 2017please how is the battery life compare to passport, iPhones and samsung?Better
Those moaning about 835 SD need to take a hard look at themselves. Samsung purposefully restricted supply for the chips and bought whatever they could for the S8. Even LG couldn't get any for the G6. 625 is ample for what the phone is trying to do and arguably for most users. Get more than enough power in phones these days. More than 90% of the people can use. Its ridiculous. BB Keyone isn't even that expensive compared to Apple/Pixel/Samsung. People complaining because they can.
please how is the battery life compare to passport, iPhones and samsung?
Anyone who owns a KeyOne know if it can do 1080p60? I know it doesn't list it, but it also only lists 2160p30 as an option so...
I tried the Keyone in Carphone Warehouse today and in my opinion the keypad is too small and cramped.
Now I can see BlackBerry is coming up again. Need to look at how to beet Samsung. Why Samsung? Samsung is the largest player that manufactures and marketed of smart phones. As as an advance strategy need to launch Dual sim phones urgently with slim nature.
in my opinion it's a gorgeous phone capable of doing day to day tasks except gaming!
now if you don't care for gaming and watching a lot of video on your device, then it's your go to phone with physical keyboard and good battery life!
to people complaining about SoC! although I wouldn't complain if it had 835 SoC but then again if you don't play games on your phone 625 is more than enough and actually a smart choice of a chip for daily usage! and if you do want to play games then you should look elsewhere!