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  1. jeremyr4's Avatar
    How is the battery life on the phone (based on you usage on a cell network, if possible)?
    12-12-14 09:04 PM
  2. spork141's Avatar
    Can you just post a ton of pics of this phone? Oh and your thoughts

    Posted via CB10
    12-12-14 09:05 PM
  3. velkod's Avatar
    I'll trade you my passport...
    edwintg likes this.
    12-12-14 09:35 PM
  4. edwintg's Avatar
    Can you just post a ton of pics of this phone? Oh and your thoughts

    Posted via CB10
    Pretty solid device, and trackpad really nice to use on BB10 OS.
    here are other picts
    Classic Picts-img_20141213_141112.jpgClassic Picts-img_20141213_141204.jpgClassic Picts-img_20141213_141214.jpgClassic Picts-img_20141213_141357.jpgClassic Picts-img_20141213_141424.jpgClassic Picts-img_20141213_141443.jpg

    picture taken from classic
    Classic Picts-img_20141213_141734.jpg
    12-13-14 12:40 AM
  5. Alain_A's Avatar
    It seems that the belt is just one piece. No separate button

    Posted via CB10
    12-13-14 12:55 AM
  6. velkod's Avatar
    All kinds of sexy up there ^^
    edwintg likes this.
    12-13-14 12:56 AM
  7. KporalBoyQ10's Avatar
    Awesome pictures

    Posted Via my BlackBerry 10 Device
    edwintg likes this.
    12-13-14 01:49 AM
  8. DazzlaUK's Avatar
    Awesome pictures

    Posted Via my BlackBerry 10 Device
    Brilliant pictures! I'm beyond excited for my order now. Cheers!
    edwintg likes this.
    12-13-14 01:53 AM
  9. anon8330237's Avatar
    BlackBerry porn!

    Posted via CB10
    12-13-14 08:50 AM
  10. dlrogers81's Avatar
    Great pics! Can't wait to get this.

    Sent from my Z30 using Tapatalk
    edwintg likes this.
    12-13-14 09:17 AM
  11. VeryBumpy's Avatar
    Pretty solid device, and trackpad really nice to use on BB10 OS.
    here are other picts
    Click image for larger version. 

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    Wonder what the 2 holes are on each side of the on/off switch?
    12-13-14 09:35 AM
  12. Mr.Willie's Avatar
    OP went antiquing ?

    Looks like something my grandpa would have used, back in the day...
    12-13-14 09:40 AM
  13. bb8900edit's Avatar
    I think it helps with the sound. I think it picks up the sound outside and help to eliminate background noise.

    Wonder what the 2 holes are on each side of the on/off switch?


    Posted via CB10
    12-13-14 09:49 AM
  14. anon(3850)'s Avatar
    It seems that the belt is just one piece. No separate button

    Posted via CB10
    Very curious about this as well and how well they work.
    12-13-14 09:51 AM
  15. kartguy's Avatar
    Can you please do a screen shot of instagram with the 3 viewing modes? (zoom, stretch, rectangle)
    I have to see how it stacks up against the Q10 (which can Almost fit a whole picture)
    12-13-14 10:17 AM
  16. VeryBumpy's Avatar
    Very curious about this as well and how well they work.
    It's most likely how the older Curves were. Thin'ish, flexable plastic surface that pushes down on a contact underneath.

    I'd be curious to hear from someone hands on how they actually work however.
    12-13-14 10:28 AM
  17. Fractional Reserver's Avatar
    A beautiful design, but what was BlackBerry thinking?

    Putting a 2 year old SoC in it that is inferior in every way to nowadays standards in terms of performance but more importantly also in terms of energy efficiency, no removable battery, no 802.11ac and charging a hefty premium for it isn't going to cut it.
    The Q10 has been released almost 2 years ago now and it basically has the same specifications beside the build quality, toolbar, battery and the screen size.
    For demanding power users the Q10, Z10 already feels a bit sluggish for intensive multitasking especially with an OS and web browser that rely heavily on the GPU.
    The 720px720p and absence of the new Wireless AC standard I can live with, but a two year old SoC in a premium device that is in high end territory in pricing range is an insult, and no removable battery which was to many an essential part of the classic BlackBerry devices is a big con too in my humble opinion.
    If sales and consumer market share matter then this isn't going to win them much new users that's for sure.

    That being said I do love BlackBerry and the design of the classic looks outstanding.
    heraiz and 1TIME like this.
    12-13-14 10:39 AM
  18. Vampiro's Avatar
    A beautiful design, but what was BlackBerry thinking?

    Putting a 2 year old SoC in it that is inferior in every way to nowadays standards in terms of performance but more importantly also in terms of energy efficiency, no removable battery, no 802.11ac and charging a hefty premium for it isn't going to cut it.
    The Q10 has been released almost 2 years ago now and it basically has the same specifications beside the build quality, toolbar, battery and the screen size.
    For demanding power users the Q10, Z10 already feels a bit sluggish for intensive multitasking especially with an OS and web browser that rely heavily on the GPU.
    The 720px720p and absence of the new Wireless AC standard I can live with, but a two year old SoC in a premium device that is in high end territory in pricing range is an insult, and no removable battery which was to many an essential part of the classic BlackBerry devices is a big con too in my humble opinion.
    If sales and consumer market share matter then this isn't going to win them much new users that's for sure.

    That being said I do love BlackBerry and the design of the classic looks outstanding.
    Gosh then just go for it.... call blackberry and ask!

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    12-13-14 10:42 AM
  19. Vampiro's Avatar
    Double post
    12-13-14 10:43 AM
  20. Fractional Reserver's Avatar
    I don't need to, I already know the answer.
    It was a rhetorical question but you must've missed that.
    12-13-14 11:07 AM
  21. eznug's Avatar
    Thanks for the pic with the iphone in it. I can't wait until I get a few days from now
    edwintg likes this.
    12-13-14 11:08 AM
  22. spork141's Avatar
    A beautiful design, but what was BlackBerry thinking?

    Putting a 2 year old SoC in it that is inferior in every way to nowadays standards in terms of performance but more importantly also in terms of energy efficiency, no removable battery, no 802.11ac and charging a hefty premium for it isn't going to cut it.
    The Q10 has been released almost 2 years ago now and it basically has the same specifications beside the build quality, toolbar, battery and the screen size.
    For demanding power users the Q10, Z10 already feels a bit sluggish for intensive multitasking especially with an OS and web browser that rely heavily on the GPU.
    The 720px720p and absence of the new Wireless AC standard I can live with, but a two year old SoC in a premium device that is in high end territory in pricing range is an insult, and no removable battery which was to many an essential part of the classic BlackBerry devices is a big con too in my humble opinion.
    If sales and consumer market share matter then this isn't going to win them much new users that's for sure.

    That being said I do love BlackBerry and the design of the classic looks outstanding.
    Oh enough of these posts. Complaining about the classic specs on these boards is sooooo last month.

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    ponpiri likes this.
    12-13-14 11:15 AM
  23. momofteme's Avatar
    Thanks for the pic with the iphone in it. I can't wait until I get a few days from now
    Yeah I appreciate that comparison also....I am getting the classic as soon as VZw has it, but that size is getting close to too big. I hope I can still keep it in a shirt pocket?
    12-13-14 02:24 PM
  24. velkod's Avatar
    Nano-sim or regular sim?
    12-13-14 03:07 PM
  25. UrbanGlowCam's Avatar
    Nano-sim or regular sim?
    Definitely nano.
    velkod likes this.
    12-13-14 03:09 PM
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