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Guarulhos Posts: > 500



BlackBerry Q10 Key Features:

[ This Message was edited by: Guarulhos on 2013-01-31 03:58 ]

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Posted: 2013-01-30 20:43:08
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fbloise Posts: > 500

amazing little phone, this will be a winner in latin america, where blackberries are used a lot.
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Posted: 2013-03-08 10:26:04
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Tsepz_GP Posts: > 500

BlackBerry Q10 is now available here in South Africa:
Some contract deals from Vodacom
http://www.vodacom.co.za/pers[....]p=home_hero1_BlackBerryQ10_New
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Posted: 2013-05-06 13:12:22
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Bonovox Posts: > 500

I like this one
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Posted: 2013-05-06 13:57:00
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jameshopes Posts: 31

I think the device is fulfilled with all the latest stuffs.
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Posted: 2013-05-07 13:39:12
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Supa_Fly Posts: > 500


On 2013-05-07 13:39:12, jameshopes wrote:
I think the device is fulfilled with all the latest stuffs.


It is ... but unfortunately a lot of the media consists of a lot of haters against BlackBerry and will try to steer many away stating "BB is dead" or "RIM is dead" yet not sure just how advanced the OS is nor any knowledge of the infrastructure behind it.

We'll see what BlackBerry has in store this Monday at BlackBerry Live ... and see if their ready to jump into the $1Billion (this year alone) industry of Machine to Machine (M2M or short) service industry. They have their NOC, 208+ wireless carrier partnerships that have stood the test of time (over 18yrs), and specific APN's to allow secure data traffic to support this M2M. BlackBerry has the ONLY mobile OS that has yet to be compromised as a system level - browser circumvention affected all OS, yet it prompted the user for data to be lost.
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Posted: 2013-05-11 18:45:53
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johandirano Posts: 32

How do you rate BB Q 0 as far as playing game online from the phone is concern?
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Posted: 2013-05-21 13:13:31
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Supa_Fly Posts: > 500


On 2013-05-21 13:13:31, johandirano wrote:
How do you rate BB Q 0 as far as playing game online from the phone is concern?


Rating Q10 when it comes to games? Fairly well ... just you have a smaller screen so the games better suited for it will differ from the Z10. For example side scrollers would work perfectly, yet first person shooters may or may not be coded for it; as their better suited to the Z10. I'm not sure what you mean with online games, my understanding is that games are multiplayer or connected to join and update status/ranks with others over BBM. Multiplayer games don't restrict based only on form factor so it should be just fine. Many developers are making games for both Z10 & Q10.

Best consensus ... check out BlackBerry World on your PC/Mac/Linux browser and select Games ... of the games that appeal to you check the "Compatible Devices" list and if the Q10 is listed (if that is the device you're looking for) then you can bookmark it for when you purchase your device.

http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/product/2/?countrycode=CA

Right now I'm HOOKED on Sector Strike (an 80's classic "R-Type") a side scroller. Since the controls are on-screen, Q10 isn't supported (for obvious reasons; limited screen real-estate).
http://appworld.blackberry.co[....]ntent/20358814/?countrycode=CA


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Posted: 2013-05-21 18:11:18
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marybro Posts: 1

cute phone tough competition to other mobiles
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Posted: 2013-06-06 07:53:17
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Supa_Fly Posts: > 500


On 2013-06-06 07:53:17, marybro wrote:
cute phone tough competition to other mobiles


tough competition, yes, but you need to focus on where the competition is eating their lunch and where they're eating the competitions.

Markets:
S. Africa - still king
W. Africa countries - still king
India - still leading.
UK (close to 36% market)
S. American countries - still king

notice that although these markets have a lower income bracket per family vs N. America (with UK being a HUGE exception), users have almost equal ARPU for cellphone line respective to N. America?! These are also very high-growth markets in terms of data use, upgrades to smartphones, and continuous upgrade cycles lasting less than 12 months.

Apple has a Cloud & Computing business aside from mobile
Google has a Cloud & Internet business' aside from mobile (actually mobile is going to drive their core business "search" but their still behind and now trying to force Google+ users to surf using their ID to collect data; The internet is free Google has stated so many times both on homeland and abroad, especially to China, yet their forcing G+ sign-ons to collect data on search and internet browsing to mine data, hmmm).

BlackBerry has a mobile business and going into M2M business and is leveraging their mobile expertise, device access via QNX platform, and their NOC for security and real-time accessibility and deployment of management and updates, through wireless partners data. Big win for every player and thus a self sustaining industry.
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Posted: 2013-06-11 19:02:34
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