| | 12-20-12, 10:37 PM Thread Author #83
Personal opinions here, but I think we should expect the Z10 to be dual core, otherwise you might be disappointed when the devices are released. Having said that, don't worry! The L Series was extremely snappy and I didn't think for one second that it needed more oomph.
Originally Posted by nikosgr
It's soft touch rubber. It's NOT the same as the PlayBook (which is also on the 9900 at the part that you mentioned), the PB's back felt great IMHO but while people say it's soft touch, it really isn't soft at all. The Z10's back cover just feels like rubber, but is actually soft and has a bit of give when you press on it. It didn't feel as good as the PlayBook (that's mainly my opinion though, I absolutely LOVE how the back of the PB feels) to me but it's still extremely nice; I'd be interested to see how the white version hold up against dirt and grimes.
Originally Posted by stirtzie
I didn't try that, but I did read somewhere here on CB that you indeed can have multiple "cards".
Originally Posted by formerwebosfan
Not in the slightest. I do wish the N Series' screen extends a bit further up for more real estate, but the UI felt like it would scale down to the smaller screen just fine. You'll still have to deal with issues associated with a smaller screen (ie. lots of pinch-to-zoom/double tapping when browsing the web, etc.), but the problems won't be UI related.
Originally Posted by NaijaBerry
I just want to clarify that the onscreen keyboard will keep up with even the fastest typist, just don't expect to be able to use the predictive text function when your thumbs are going 100mph.