Oh my gosh...I just bought my Bold 9900 3 mos. ago. If only I knew then this was coming, I should have waited (sigh) =/
WOW! This is what I wanted, I have been holding on to my worn out Blackberry 8520 for long as I got the news that BB10 is releasing soon. Thank God Blackberry team has developed a physical qwerty phone, enough of flat touchscreens which look unprofessional for businessmen like us.
It is reported that the battery on BlackBerry Q10 rocks 2100 mAh, better than the Z10 wich packs an 1800 mAh battery.
I think for a super user this is the best choice if you want to finish a day's work and at the end still have some juice in your BlackBerry.
this is what i want from blackberry. Amazing mobile cant wait to get this
This is going to be an amazing smart phone and will outperform IOS/Android etc etc!! well done BB!! cheers
I'll wait for this phone for sure! ;) two thumbs up for me! Loveyou blackberry!
Is the estimated price still given out by blackberry for this device? If yes-kindly tell me...
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But really it sucksss all the way. facebook linked in foursqaure are not only enough to prove it that it has apps nd gamessss in real no apps nd games lots of issues with this device heating issues dont buy it people you will regret no apppssss
Zao, 31 Jan 2013Worst gaming experience with its square screen. Very bad also for video watching. What? It's a... moreReally?
Many enterprises don't allow enterprise mail on Android or Symbian devices because of the sensitive nature of communication and security vulnerabilities. QNX is un hackable. No kernel information, no source code, nothing you can do to break the keys.
Great phone! Can't wait to get my hands on it in April. No matter the costs I will get me one.
Worst gaming experience with its square screen. Very bad also for video watching. What? It's a business phone? Almost every phone is a business phone. Symbian and Android Froyo do it well too, maybe better. Physical keyboard maybe a key selling point, but not a key buying point.
Cool phone with good specs, but what would that processing power be used for?