No doubt bb is very good but it is good for corporate users.
Personal users should go for android, apple, or windows.
alternatively this phone supports 2 gb ram, 8mp,16 gb internal, expandable upto 64 gb that's too awesome.
Please let me know if any issues or concerns do mail me.
Lee, 22 May 2013I was wondering does anyone know the codename for the Q10? Do you know the way the following... moreIt is called the Blackberry OS 10 serie. The BB OS 10 serie includes Blackberry Z10 (with 4 models with different network specifications accordind to the region or network: stl 100-1, stl 100-2, stl 100-3 and stl 100-4 which is verizon exclusive), Blackberry Q10 (same models) and Blackberry Q5 which will be available in July.
edylick, 23 May 2013What's the diference betwen this cell BB Q10 and BB 9900, because i am using the BB 9900 anda ... moreThe q10's os is newer and it is really awesome. Everything can be done with just a single swipe: you can to go to an app to another in just a second without closing the first one (better multitasking than on android and ios and muuuch better than on the 9900 - personal experience ). The apps look better, they work faster and those on q10 are more user friendly than ever. You can do bbm and skype VIDEO calls and also, you you can use instagram (you cand load with using step-by-step tutorias available online). The blackberry hub is also better than on 9900, for me as a long-time bb user is a major update. Also, the camera shoots HDR photos (with higher contrast, details and quality than usual cameras) and shoots FULL HD 1920x1080 videos, much better than the 9900 which was able to shoot 1280x720 videos. Over all, the phone just look much better, the quality is also highly improved. I strongly suggest you buy this blackberry :)
abzy, 23 May 2013This fone seems to be awsum. Does this have a bb plan of BIS etc etc or does it have its own p... moreIt does not require special internet acces (a normal internet plan would be fine) and yes, akype works with video-calls being fully supported.
I ve been using the bb 9900[Dakota] now for 22 months. I even got two replacements under warranty [yes, entire unit]. The last of which was 3 weeks before the warranty expired. Was disappointed about the battery initially, but got used to it, rather adapted fast.
In short "cant do with out a bb". Hows the battery on the q10??? any complaints users??
abzy, 23 May 2013This fone seems to be awsum. Does this have a bb plan of BIS etc etc or does it have its own p... moreNo, you do not need a special internet apn acces. And yes, skype works on bb q10 with video calling fully supported.
39, 20 May 2013Do you have the 9900? It is a touchscreen that also has the trackpad and most Blackberry user... moreI'm a BB fan for 6 years - avoided iPhone and touch screens as I find them frustrating and no patch on a qwerty buttons. I was really tempted to try again with the Z10 but am more attracted to the Q10 - is it really easy to use for an old 'push button' freak like me? My need is primarily six or seven email boxes and I send many lengthy texts so I don't need lots of gimmicks - good camera is a must though. Would appreciate some user advice please?
This fone seems to be awsum. Does this have a bb plan of BIS etc etc or does it have its own plan.
Can we use skype with this new BB?
What's the diference betwen this cell BB Q10 and BB 9900, because i am using the BB 9900 anda i think forward to change and use this cell BB Q10, is safe????
I'm not an american, but as far as I know, Blackberry doesn't outsource like Apple and isn't a foreign brand, like Samsung. So it seems strange to me that americans aren't buying their own products and are going after these other brands. If my country had a great phone manufacturer like Blackberry, I would stick to that brand. It's not like Nokia, who didn't really offer anything new these past years and even if they did, they also outsource. Blackberry is really trying to keep up and I think it's doing a pretty good job.
I was wondering does anyone know the codename for the Q10?
Do you know the way the following apply:
9650 - Essex
9700 - Onyx
9780 - Onyx 2
9790 - Bellagio
9900 - Dakota
9930 - Montana
8520 - Gemini
8530 - Aries
87xx - Electron
88xx - Huron
89xx - javelin
9220 - Davis
9320 - Armstrong
9330 - Keppler
9360 - Apollo
9380 - Orlando
9800 - Torch
9810 - Torch 2
9850 - Monaco
9860 - Monza
95xx - Odin
9100 / 9105 - Stratus
AND, the Q10 is simply the best Blackberry to date. Having used Blackberry religiously for 6 years, it is absolutely breathtaking.
he's a Blackberry user, not a blackblack...not sure what you're (omekaac) talking about, be more specific !
Does the all the BB10 functionalities work with the regular GPRS/3G plan ?
Asking this since the BIS plans are very expensive in India and hence though I would like to buy a BB, I can't coz of the huge cost of plans.