- 06-01-12, 12:46 PM #26
You all know that the first BB10 device likely will have a FFC, right?
It's on the Dev Alpha device, and I can't imagine they'd remove features for a production device...
That said, I think I'd rarely use it, except maybe for vacation photos."They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety."
- CrackBerry User
06-01-12, 01:18 PM #27
- 10 Posts
RIM believes BB is all about corporate and it doesn't concerns Multi-Media Capabilites and the focus is total corporate use, so we need to get a lil wise about it
- CrackBerry User
11-26-12, 03:16 AM #32
- 14 Posts
The BlackBerry 9900 is no small phone compared to any smartphone in the market.
I see no reason why its missing on the its media side.
•front facing camera
•lack of auto focus on its 5MP
Give your loyal fans what they what & you take the market once & for all.
"too much work no play makes Jack a dull boy"
I need my BB love for both work & play.
I should holding 9900 & 9860 not 9900 & Samsung Galaxy's/iPhone
- 11-27-12, 03:08 PM #33
Not this again
How is a front facing camera considered a toy? Have some of you actually used this feature before?
I use my iPod Touch to facetime with my parents and friends. Its nice. Its just like BBM except I can see their face. Whats wrong with that?
I would love BB10 with this much needed (and long overdue) feature.
- CrackBerry Abuser
11-27-12, 03:53 PM #34
- 244 Posts
- Why so serious?
Re: Front facing camera
Given that my wife and young baby daughter are back home in the states during the holidays, I wish most days that my 9550 had a FFC and that the one on my PlayBook was compatible with more than just a proprietary chat client...
so no, a front facing camera is not just for iPhones and other "toys," and I could see one having many business implications that could be quite lucrative for RIM to explore. I think even the most die-hard BB fans would be, at the very least, grateful they did so.***One cannot get anywhere in life unless they are willing to steal the tiger's wallet.***