- 11-26-12, 03:20 AM #27
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11-26-12, 06:00 AM #28
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- 11-26-12, 10:02 AM #29
I wonder why RIM is going with the straight keyboard frets? Do you think it's just an aesthetic/design thing, as without the hardware buttons, maybe there's no simple way to justify curving the keys since they bump up against the flat screen bottom?
But ya know, BlackBerries were always about no-compromise ergonomics. Sure, competitors made fun of the design, calling it "outdated," but it worked really well, IMHO. But as neat as the BB10 software features are, there really isn't anything to set the hardware design apart from iPhone/Android now.
- 11-26-12, 10:12 AM #30
Dang dang dang dang dang dang
Much sadness ensues....
Please Lord let AT&T carry a white 9900. This seems like the leaked pics were the actual device after all.
L series 100% for. N series....70/30 against.
- 11-26-12, 10:56 AM #32
- 11-26-12, 01:14 PM #35
Need a bigger size of that photo please!!!Don't be afraid to LIKE or say THANKS
BlackBerry Experience: BB Curve 8330 >> BB Bold 9000 >> BB Curve 3G 9300 >> BB Bold 9900 >> BB Q10 >> BB Classic (PRE-ORDER Cancelled "accidentally" by Digital River... idiots.)
- 11-26-12, 03:53 PM #38
Would like to see more pics or possibly a video of the keyboard in action.
I like the physical keyboard but I'm not apposed to using the screen either.
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11-26-12, 06:03 PM #41sent from anywhere
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- 11-27-12, 02:31 AM #46
I love my 9930, as well as the browser. The touchscreen/keyboard/trackpad is an awesome setup. Without a doubt the best phone I've owned to date. But I'll give the N series a try. If I find I miss my beloved trackpad too much I'll keep my 9930 until it's no longer supported. No all touch for me. Once you've used the most ergonomic, fastest and most accurate navigation setup on a device, it's hard to settle for less.If I agreed with you we'd both be wrong.
- 11-27-12, 05:36 AM #47
Re: upcoming N-Series QWERTY Keypad
Not feeling the love!
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- 11-27-12, 07:05 AM #48
If the trackpad, call, end, escape key are all gone and with hard keys in a straight line, I might as well go in for a full touch and enjoy the screen estate and get used to touch typing on a keyboard that is similar to the hard keys. Makes sense or am I wrong?
The best part I like on my 9900 is the option of pressing the shift key and using the trackpad to select multiple messages in unified mailbox and mark them as READ. I guess, like other Touch phones, I would have to mark messages individually and then 'mark all read'BB Users from India, check out www.bbindia.net
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