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Aside from the spelling, my thoughts exactly. I thought businesses were flocking to iOS and android while tweens can now get BBM on competing platforms that are aimed at them... Never understood why all 12 year olds had a BB if they didn't have an iPhone.

Thanks for pointing that out. Was posting the message from my phone and I dun goof'd. rolleyes.gif
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Bit late to the party, RIM. If even Microsoft, with all of its marketing power and slew of really great devices (Titan II and Lumia 900), cannot dent the duopoly of Apple and Google, how can it be possibly competitive? And to top it off, the UI is like a combination of Metro, ICS and WebOS to be honest.
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Bit late to the party, RIM. If even Microsoft, with all of its marketing power and slew of really great devices (Titan II and Lumia 900), cannot dent the duopoly of Apple and Google, how can it be possibly competitive? And to top it off, the UI is like a combination of Metro, ICS and WebOS to be honest.

Don't care, that predictive keyboard looks awesome.

I really hope BlackBerry can pull through, I was convinced they were gonna get bought out. We need some competition in the marketplace.

They need a miracle, let's hope this is it =)

I work for one of the biggest IT companies in Canada and all our field techs and several managers use blackberries. Try push mail with 250+ emails daily on your Android and see what happens. In my manager's experience, Galaxy S2: 4 hours battery life if he's lucky. RMA'd Galaxy S2, 4 and a half hours. Galaxy s2 skyrocket, 3 1/2 hours. Galaxy Nexus: 5 hours. Mind you with GPS disabled, brightness turned down and vibrate off, no dumb stuff. He snapped the Nexus in half in front of me and pulled out his Blackberry Bold from his desk, charged it and got 13 hours.

It does have it's uses.
    
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Don't care, that predictive keyboard looks awesome.
I really hope BlackBerry can pull through, I was convinced they were gonna get bought out. We need some competition in the marketplace.
They need a miracle, let's hope this is it =)
I work for one of the biggest IT companies in Canada and all our field techs and several managers use blackberries. Try push mail with 250+ emails daily on your Android and see what happens. In my manager's experience, Galaxy S2: 4 hours battery life if he's lucky. RMA'd Galaxy S2, 4 and a half hours. Galaxy s2 skyrocket, 3 1/2 hours. Galaxy Nexus: 5 hours. Mind you with GPS disabled, brightness turned down and vibrate off, no dumb stuff. He snapped the Nexus in half in front of me and pulled out his Blackberry Bold from his desk, charged it and got 13 hours.
It does have it's uses.

It's easy to pull 13 hours on a device that doesn't have the hardware compared to top-end smartphones; it's like saying the Nokia 1100 is the greatest because it lasts over a week. I'm pretty sure that because RIM will make the jump to BB10, the all-touchscreen interface will take a toll on the battery than its predecessors.

The predictive keyboard is cool, but then again stuff like Swype and Swiftkey are already around. Nothing groundbreaking going on here.
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smile.gif I am pumped for this device. I already own a blackberry playbook and BB10 will be coming to the playbook so I'll try it on that before i get a bb10 phone, just in case i don't like it.
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post #16 of 26
blackberry is still one of the top dog.just not the top dog.rim will come back if they allie with amd .
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It's easy to pull 13 hours on a device that doesn't have the hardware compared to top-end smartphones; it's like saying the Nokia 1100 is the greatest because it lasts over a week. I'm pretty sure that because RIM will make the jump to BB10, the all-touchscreen interface will take a toll on the battery than its predecessors.
The predictive keyboard is cool, but then again stuff like Swype and Swiftkey are already around. Nothing groundbreaking going on here.

Correct, which reinforces my point that current Blackberries still have their uses, in relation to a previous post that asked "People still use BlackBerries?"

I do hope Blackberry somehow maintains their reputation of great battery life through this transition, seeing as how it IS possible to get 3 days with an underclocked Galaxy S2 using tweaked kernel, and it is possible to get 2 and a half days with push mail on a stock 4s with push mail/gps enabled and 75% brightness. I think they can do it, but it's just speculation at this point =P
    
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Here is a descent video showing off the UI a little more.
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Here is a descent video showing off the UI a little more.

The beginning part is some impressive "multi-tasking"!
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it wouldnt take a lot for rim to be back on top.the fight isnt on the smartphone hasnt for some time.people need bandwith .if rim was to offer remote differential compression .a la window but for the web.like the youtube stream is normally 1mb/s ( random exemple)and lower this to say .1 mb/s a la opera but over all the phone feature they would be number one even if they charged 15 s a month. my issue? bufferbloat and on average 125 kb/s down and 80kb/s up.it isnt my plan its the number of user .rim do what i say they are number one within a month
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