1. muker1515's Avatar
    A 9900 bold with the hardware of the q10.

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    05-29-13 11:46 AM
  2. Cap_172R's Avatar
    Or you can just get the Q10?
    05-29-13 11:48 AM
  3. anon(5986148)'s Avatar
    please list specific reasons why the Bold 9900 is superior to the Q10.
    05-29-13 11:50 AM
  4. Cap_172R's Avatar
    please list specific reasons why the Bold 9900 is superior to the Q10.
    yep, that would be helpful (unless it's sarcasm!)

    What i would personally wish the Q10 had from the 9900 was the durability. My 9900 been through hell and survived, every fall, hit or bump. It fell countless times on the tarmac and no issues, just dings/dents but not too bad all things considered.
    05-29-13 11:52 AM
  5. BullGuard8's Avatar
    please list specific reasons why the Bold 9900 is superior to the Q10.
    1- it has menu button, call/end call
    2- it has speed dials
    3- it supports compressed data
    4-switching between apps using the menu key is far easier using the menu key (hold)
    5-selecting text with the trackpad is 98% easier than selecting it using the touch screen, I can't imagine doing that while driving or calling a contact but with the 9900 it is a breeze
    6- almost forgot, it has a trackpad

    Don't get me wrong, I love the Q10's hardware, speed, camera is a diff. world way better than the 9900, but it stops heere, it's not practical to use, at least for me
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    05-29-13 12:22 PM
  6. muker1515's Avatar
    1- it has menu button, call/end call
    2- it has speed dials
    3- it supports compressed data
    4-switching between apps using the menu key is far easier using the menu key (hold)
    5-selecting text with the trackpad is 98% easier than selecting it using the touch screen, I can't imagine doing that while driving or calling a contact but with the 9900 it is a breeze
    6- almost forgot, it has a trackpad

    Don't get me wrong, I love the Q10's hardware, speed, camera is a diff. world way better than the 9900, but it stops heere, it's not practical to use, at least for me
    This guy said it for me

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    05-29-13 03:03 PM
  7. Bookshelf's Avatar
    If they included a track pad on the Q10
    they wouldn't have anything to add to the Q11.
    05-30-13 09:49 AM
  8. davisgq's Avatar
    Are you actually using your phone while driving? Admittedly, I too am guilty of this at times. I don't use it for too long though since I know the cops can be watching. Haha. I like the home screen button on the legacy OS to access open/previous apps for quick switching, but for some reason I think it would be even easier swiping back and forth, no? It looks like there are 4 panels showing what's open on one screen. But I will reserve final judgement when I actually physically play with the Q10 and compare with the all touch Z10. Until then, carry on my wayward 9930...

    1- it has menu button, call/end call
    2- it has speed dials
    3- it supports compressed data
    4-switching between apps using the menu key is far easier using the menu key (hold)
    5-selecting text with the trackpad is 98% easier than selecting it using the touch screen, I can't imagine doing that while driving or calling a contact but with the 9900 it is a breeze
    6- almost forgot, it has a trackpad

    Don't get me wrong, I love the Q10's hardware, speed, camera is a diff. world way better than the 9900, but it stops heere, it's not practical to use, at least for me
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    05-30-13 10:47 AM
  9. Affie36's Avatar
    BlackBerry Bold 9780 was just fine! Love the Z10 but miss my Bold sometimes.

    #Trackpad

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    05-30-13 10:58 AM
  10. Ayrton5's Avatar
    The curve between the rows of keys on the 9900 is attractive, as is the steel band around the outer edge. In my mind there is no doubt that the 9900 looks better than the Q10.

    There are no doubt numerous advantages of the Q10 over the 9900. But none of them are anything to do with aesthestics.
    05-30-13 07:44 PM
  11. eldricho's Avatar
    If they had done that, we wouldn't have the real BB10 experience on the Q. Remember BB10 is a gesture based OS, so if they would have kept up with the trackpad and other buttons, it would mean they would have to do some changes to the OS and it wouldn't really be BBOS 10 anymore.
    I guess I can relate with point 2 and 3, even though I myself don't have one but used my cousin's one a few times
    05-30-13 07:57 PM
  12. tagumcity's Avatar
    The track point is very useful on the smaller screen, for me it seems that I have more precise control, and it would seem to make the Q10 ideal. I'll give Q10 try next Friday and see how it works out. I've tried the Z10 twice for about 4 weeks total, and the radial cursor is way better than Android, but I prefer the Bold 9930 as my communication device. For mobile internet I use a 7 inch tablet.
    05-30-13 11:12 PM
  13. ardabe08's Avatar
    I would say Blackberry Z 10 is the best. The Z10 is BlackBerry's first fully touchscreen smartphone - it has no physical keys or buttons for navigation. It is clean, simple and stylish; with straight edges and rounded corners.
    05-31-13 05:57 AM
  14. BullGuard8's Avatar
    I would say Blackberry Z 10 is the best. The Z10 is BlackBerry's first fully touchscreen smartphone - it has no physical keys or buttons for navigation. It is clean, simple and stylish; with straight edges and rounded corners.
    or in other words, what you REALLY want to say, "The Z10 is the best because I have it. I made a mistake and bought it before the Q10 was released "
    05-31-13 06:35 AM
  15. grover5's Avatar
    Switching between apps is not easier using the menu key.

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    05-31-13 06:52 AM
  16. BullGuard8's Avatar
    Switching between apps is not easier using the menu key.

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    ROFLMAO

    yeah right *rolls eyes*
    05-31-13 07:01 AM
  17. grover5's Avatar
    ROFLMAO

    yeah right *rolls eyes*
    Press and hold a menu key and then switch between icons using a track pad or finger or swipe up and tap. I've actually never rolled on a floor while laughing. I think if I ever did, it would require more than a disagreement on methods for app multitasking on a phone.

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    05-31-13 07:09 AM
  18. bigsee's Avatar
    I think Z10 and Q10 are too fresh to be the mostly...
    - beautiful
    - quick
    - responsive
    - useful
    - ...
    05-31-13 07:09 AM
  19. ecko no yaro's Avatar
    1- it has menu button, call/end call
    2- it has speed dials
    3- it supports compressed data
    4-switching between apps using the menu key is far easier using the menu key (hold)
    5-selecting text with the trackpad is 98% easier than selecting it using the touch screen, I can't imagine doing that while driving or calling a contact but with the 9900 it is a breeze
    6- almost forgot, it has a trackpad


    Don't get me wrong, I love the Q10's hardware, speed, camera is a diff. world way better than the 9900, but it stops heere, it's not practical to use, at least for me
    bold - the truth
    05-31-13 11:34 AM
  20. Abi Musa's Avatar
    quality is great,but practically,its nothing f user-friendly like the lover version
    MY key concern is the lack of the track pad
    If they can institute that one,then perfect
    08-21-13 05:00 PM
  21. Upgrayedd111's Avatar
    Mine would be a slightly thicker 9900 with an AF camera, larger battery, true UMA capability, even if it required the 9790's SoC since the 9790 runs fine, and better signal strength, even if it meant losing the steel bezel. Or I guess a bigger 9790 with the 9900 screen and keyboard and a bigger battery.

    Although a Q10 with the dedicated keys and a trackpad might convince me to make the jump to BB10.
    08-22-13 01:32 AM

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