I had one of those "I miss my BlackBerry moments" today
I'm in a meeting and someone asks the absurd question about a whether I have a particular document on me. I'm wearing slacks a and a shirt. No folder. No briefcase. No backpack. Nothing to give the impression I have a notebook sized document with me. No, I don't have it on me, jackass.
So, I suggest that I can email it. First attempt; somehow the attachment didn't come through. Second attempt; the entire email didn't make it. Third Attempt; perfect. Smartphone: Galaxy Nexus.
Had I had any of my previous BlackBerry phones, except the 9900 since the battery would have been dead by that time of day, this would not have been a problem. At that moment I really wanted to stop and buy another BlackBerry since this is becoming more common. Sure, the extra communication stuff isn't there but the basic are and the basics are the ones that need to work every time.
- 08-21-12, 01:22 AM #3
You could also try 9900 with a wnd battery.
I know my updated 7.1 OS has greatly improved my 9900's battery performance.....though it's still terrible when compaired to other BlackBerrys....YET all the android & iPhone users around me at work are often charging their phones & I still have 1/4 battery left. So I think if your Nexus still had juice, a 9900 would have too.
- 08-21-12, 01:45 AM #4
Gmail is crap for sending any type of attachments. I use efile. It's the best. Might want to look into it if you haven't already. The file still goes through Gmail, but for some reason it's more efficient whilst using efile.
- 08-21-12, 04:06 AM #5
give the 9900 another try, or you could wait for BB10.. Just get another JM1 battery, it'd help me a lot, it makes me powerless and im always connected with the world with my lovely 9900.
Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk9000 -> 9700 -> 9800 -> 9900
- 08-21-12, 04:16 AM #6
I've just picked up a 9790 for work (I have an iphone for personal use) and I must admit its trivial things I'd forgot about, being able to send stuff over bluetooth, being able to plug it into a computer as a usb drive without installing itunes
As for battery options, this one seems quite good on 7.1, outlasting the iphone by a good margin although I haven't been thrashing it too hard just yet (other than the usual "ooo new toy" phase). There's also an extended battery out for the 9900 now ain't there?
- 08-21-12, 08:56 AM #7
I carry both, the BlackBerry receives 5 times the volume of emails because it has all accounts connected, not just work, and has twitter. so that could account for it's shorter battery life by a fraction.
I'd rate the 2 pretty comparable
as for the OP. it really is worth looking at picking up a used BlackBerry 9900 with the latest OS's battery life has gotten much much better.
as a work around to emailing attachments you can also set up a cloud account to store attachments and email links to people from your Google Nexus, it means you aren't limited to size, and you don't over load someones inboxoops...
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