guess, 12 Jun 2015Smart move by BB. Going multi platform is a good strategy for sustainability and leveraging on... moreY dont u people continue as BlackBerry only.y u r jumping into android.BlackBerry is very great mobile and just make something new apart from android plzz.u can do something wher other company cant do it.I hope u understood.launch mobiles very soon wher I get every facility
Anonymous, 14 Jun 2015I do. W10, please! They could work on getting security more, well, secure - top of the line if... moreCorrection: LG planned to release a phone with Windows 8.1, not Windows 10. Though I wonder, if they could manage to get that or their future Windows phones updated to Windows 10, too
Sinbad, 13 Jun 2015I do like BlackBerry 10 os. It give great experience and I really like its gestures and the hu... moreI do. W10, please! They could work on getting security more, well, secure - top of the line if possible. (I know there's an article about an LG on W10 somewhere) But I still have to hand it to LG as it has been my earlier desire to see them integrate a model with back buttons injected with W10
This will mean iPhone sales will go up even more.
Once they move their hub to multi-platform there will be no need for blackberry handsets other than for corporate customers. The benefit to consumers is neglible.
I do like BlackBerry 10 os. It give great experience and I really like its gestures and the hub.
It would be better tho, if you make a move to Windows 10 mobile, not the android.
How many of you guys wanna see BlackBerry with Windows 10 mobile os?
BudiDarm, 12 Jun 2015Hi mate, have you ever tried BB OS10 devices before making that statement? if you haven't, t... morehe said if bb use android, it will be lag even with very big ram and very fast processor.
AdamBoy64, 13 Jun 2015I've never heard that from anyone, or ever experienced it.he said it happen when bb using android~
Anonymous, 12 Jun 2015But then BlackBerry is known for massive overheating problems and battery drain.I've never heard that from anyone, or ever experienced it.
I think the strategy is to have an android running device and get some share of the market and generate revenue on the handset business which has been declining and when chen was asked a month ago about apps gap on BB10, his reply was we are working on something special. I guess that would be to have google app store and full google play services on an updated android run time. So works both ways! I would say it would be a wise move.
Anonymous, 12 Jun 2015But then BlackBerry is known for massive overheating problems and battery drain.That's what Smartphones do (Not only Blackberry), draining of battery and heating. Especially if your wifi or mobile data is on.
It would be cool if BlackBerry could team up with ZTE, BLU, Alcatel, and Pantech to make a series of Sliders and QWERTY Flips (LG Lotus, BlackBerry Pearl Flip) using BBOS 10.1? I feel like expansion would help their business quota.
BudiDarm, 12 Jun 2015Hi mate, have you ever tried BB OS10 devices before making that statement? if you haven't, t... moreBut then BlackBerry is known for massive overheating problems and battery drain.
Hey BB, Go For the stock like ui with best specs and u will get my money....else go to hell...
Amonynous, 12 Jun 2015Well, I guess it's time to say 'goodbye!' to a secure and productive OS and embrace the vulner... moreYou know that BB is also a bussiness company right? if they still insist stick with their own OS then the company will go bankrupt and then what you going to do? since your beloved OS doesn't exist anymore? you're screwed!
Angry Mobile Nerd, 12 Jun 2015If you can't beat 'em...Arrange to get'em beaten
Multiverse, 12 Jun 2015They should berg Apple to use ios.Yeah, don't use Lagdroid especially with all the memory leak and bug problems with Lollipop. lol
Smart move by BB. Going multi platform is a good strategy for sustainability and leveraging on the strengths of both platforms, BB can have a decent proposition or product.
For those saying that BB should go for windows, its a stup*d comment and what value would this add as Microsoft is begging for having its services on Android devices. Please stop saying silly things about security and malware...blablabla.. As apparently its just an excuse used against mighty Google/Android. Check the Enterprise Market share for Mobility and Android is leading in many areas.