Anonymous, 10 Apr 2018Perfect for texting and drivingApart from the fact it's illegal.
Never going To buy a blackberry because of brandloyalty To Sony but all the support and love for you guys you are unique Never stop what you are doing
Let me guess, $150 to $200 overpriced?
However, I would prefer a side slider, a sort of Nokia E7 reloaded.
Anonymous, 10 Apr 2018I thought security is a good thing. And I guess 99,5% of people buying this phone won‘t root it.Yes and no. Yes, until they abandon the device. With an unlocked device and open source kernel you can patch your own device with all the latest security.
Mircea , 10 Apr 2018Please, loose the navigation buttons, I end up touching one when typing. Why make the same pho... moreAgreed, I think that's the most stupid design flaw to carry on! LOST THE DAMN NAV BUTTONS! IT'S 2018!
No SPAM intended, 10 Apr 2018Ehh theres nothing you can do with this as far as custom roms or even something as simple as r... moreI thought security is a good thing. And I guess 99,5% of people buying this phone won‘t root it.
Please, loose the navigation buttons, I end up touching one when typing. Why make the same phone twice? Please, loose the buttons and if possible ad those very practical gestures from bb10 and maybe make the phone shorter.
That is awesome,
but I don't understand why not drop the capacitive nav keys for favor of on screen ones.
Screen can then be reused for media consumption and games.
Now this is something different from the slabs we are used to. A BlackBerry with physical keyboard is the real deal. Even Blackberry's Virtual Keyboard is too good. I guess the Physical Keyboard will also be capacitive which means it can be used to texting or scrolling/swiping across the user interface like on BlackBerry KeyOne.. As a BlackBerry Priv user, I hope the Priv will also see a successor with same form factor, large curved screen slider qwerty with solid build using anodised aluminium frame and glass/metal back with front firing speakers like on the original Priv. :)
Not my cup of tea, but i want Blackberry to be successful so they can continue to exist for the fans. The somewhat different form-factor is appealing for sure.
Ehh theres nothing you can do with this as far as custom roms or even something as simple as root due to bb devices being tightly locked down.
There's no value at all here you're buying a brick
It has its own market. The four cats of always will buy it and BB will claim as usual that it was a success in sales. Classic BB.
Well, at least it has a freaking 3.5 jack. Unlike many others phones right now. Sigh
classic blackberry look, I like it. I think it is great when a company builds up its own, distinct design language, like Apple and Samsung did, HTC had but is trying again, and Sony just gave up completely on
Yes thanks. Very fond of qwertys after having a N97 & N900. Shame I've not long had a new handset.