I wish you were not the first person I fell in love with
don't get me wrong, I feel thankful for the decision we took to became life partners with each other, to travel all the way through our adventures, to get older, to wait for a train that will take us somewhere unexpected, this is been our lifes since that day, and it's been over a year since then. It's just that sometimes when the lights go out and you're not there I can't stand the darkness that comes into my mind, a person full of doubts and careful about everybody else's opinions replace the being you have loved deeply. Once I heard that when you love somebody and that feeling goes bigger and bigger as time past, we create a house of cards with all the things we expect to call reality, we planned our whole life with that +1, but... what happen if by any reason we woke up and there's nobody on the other side of the bed, and then we start wondering if we could ever feel the same way about someone again.
If You're reading this and probably have been in love at least once, I can be sure that you felt the same way, and it should freak you out just to consider the idea of Breaking Up. Well, as Alicia had to decide between the two pills the Rabbit offered her once so she can go to Wonderland or stay at home in the place she use to call reality, I'm here to give you two choices and one final and truth reason by reading this. You can read a novel that tells the story about two guys meeting themselves just when they thought they couldn't be more alone and thanks to that solitude became one. And if you never have felt what most of us called love, I can help you not to be worried about the biggest fear you can encounter on a relationship you feel passion to be in. If your answer is yes and you decide to continue, join me, Patrick to meet the biggest A*$%@&e of all the damaged and disposable characters of my life.
Been using a Priv for several months, on T-Mobile, and really like it. However, did _not_ buy it from T-Mobile since they opted to sell the STV100-1 variant, same as AT&T. This model supports only GSM bands used in the US, so can't be used overseas. STV100-3 is a far better choice.
Stupid move on T-Mobile's part imo, since they have been (afaik) doing well with their international roaming support.
Agree that BB priced the Priv (all variants) too high, but the keyboard is great. Wish they had a slightly smaller landscape slider though, but this is far better than no keyboard at all.
And BB has really been living up to their promise on getting Android updates out, wow.
Yes that name is rather unfortunate. They should have called it the Dinosaur.
this is good phone. i am useing long time. thank to blackberry to lonch this type phone.
The pricing in BB is there biggest downfall, I have used BB never had a problem like the BB OS it nice but finished unfortunately, think they have turned to Android as a get out of jail card which has backfired because there pricing is all wrong, there has been nothing since Priv its like they are self reliant on the Priv pulling them out of the mess they are in, I would hate to see BB leave the smartphone game because I have had nothing but good experiences with them.
Would consider Priv 2 if they throw in a qwerty slide keyboard! Had the Nokia e75 and loved it.
don't know why people hate on the keyboard. I use the shortcut keys all the time and that's fantastic for multitasking. faster than using the recents key or searching for your icon.
physical keys are more precise than on screen tapping or swiping. Swiping is good for quick short responses but not good for longer full grammar responses. Good to have that option with the Priv.
Yes, they gave it an unfortunate name and way overpriced. Should have been $499 from the start.
i think bb's biggest problem was no appeal. the priv only comes in one color, black, which can be a big problem if you are trying to appeal to the masses who love options, look at car companies for example, they dont offer their cars bin one color because as i said before people like options
Everyone Has bashed BB Priv up to this point. 1. They still have one of the most secure OS networking system out there. I use it for my small business and it is great. Also, the government is considering going back to it. 2. I also have been with blackberry since the T105 which was one of the first out there. I love the keyboard, i hate touch screens which is not feasible for a busy business owner like myself. I really considered the Priv but decided against it and chose the passport only because of the slide mechanism. But all I am saying that okay you don't like blackberry fine. But to insult others who reads these articles and are rooting for them to come back is really not fair. I am a die hard blackberry loyalist and i really hope for them to return to glory, they pioneered it. And remember this... back in 99-2000 apple was on the brink of destruction, and blew up. Even some of the personnel from apple who make it great moved on to Samsung, who with slapped with a fine for using Apple's technologies. Another honest point: I know BB customer service was very lousy, It has gotten better. It is just another opinion but I felt it needed to be said
Who are you kidding GSMArena, when tmobile says "not currently" they actually mean never, never, eeevvvvveeerrrr be offered again. Nobody wants this phone (except for BB stockholders and paid chinese/indian trolls to prop up the device), so why would they bring it back?
An ultra modern, touch-based, slick OS with pre-historic sliding keyboard !!
What were they thinking ?! What's that all about ?!
Blackberry just got desperate, and that's a shame.
One CEO dumped MeeGo because life is too short for his career.
Another CEO is dumping BB10 for the same reason.
It's all about CEOs decisions, especially panicky CEOs.
if bb is shit phone then samsung is shit too , every year same model ,boring !!!!
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2016That's what happens when a brand that used their proprietary, premium quality OS switches to t... moreThey were already in a very bad place before the Priv, its the whole reason they went with Android. BB OS died long ago.
LOL!!!!! Windows? The OS that continues to lose marketshare just like BB OS, yes go with Windows, that way they'd STILL have the app problem, less developer support,and far less OS customisation leading to even less differentiation.
Very smart idea man! LOL!
On the other
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2016That's what happens when a brand that used their proprietary, premium quality OS switches to t... moreAre you sure your are bashing BB in your post? It looks like you are taking out your grudge on Android. You may not have a pleasant experience with the Android device you owned as you expected but it doesn't mean that the whole Android ecosystem is bad.
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2016That's what happens when a brand that used their proprietary, premium quality OS switches to t... moreThey were already going down long before they even thought about moving to android. Its because they kept using that unpopular OS of thier's and demanded sky high prices for every phone they made. And it would've been worse for them if they had used Windows on the Priv. Even the high end lumias are struggling to sell.
Hopefully htc too and sony
They need to price their phones well or they will end up all this way
The s7 now costs less than 550$
People can pick up an unlocked Blackberry PRIV on AMZN for $415.
Might as well save about $200
That's what happens when a brand that used their proprietary, premium quality OS switches to the below-average quality Android OS.
Even Windows would've been a better option for BlackBerry, as they were mostly selling phones for businesses. They didn't have to enter the Unreliability Market (Android market) in the first place.
Their BBOS is still more polished and more reliable than any version of Android. Plus it looks better.