1. dave gomez's Avatar
    So I ordered me a Priv and I should be getting it tomorrow yay lol. But I decided to switch to my Classic so that I can get used to the smaller keyboard.

    While I was sending some messages I found myself trying to swipe back to delete and to add words.

    I'm not dwelling on bb10 I love it for what it is and everything like that but I would really like to see a bb10 Classic with touch enabled keyboard! (And I'm also a little upset with myself because I should've ordered me a blue Classic and a Priv later on but it's done)

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    12-28-15 10:28 AM
  2. slagman5's Avatar
    Only if you can turn it off. I touch my keyboard too much for me to want it to cause changes to the cursor or the text... And I don't bother with word prediction and all of that stuff.

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    12-28-15 11:42 AM
  3. pgg101's Avatar
    So I ordered me a Priv and I should be getting it tomorrow yay lol. But I decided to switch to my Classic so that I can get used to the smaller keyboard.

    While I was sending some messages I found myself trying to swipe back to delete and to add words.

    I'm not dwelling on bb10 I love it for what it is and everything like that but I would really like to see a bb10 Classic with touch enabled keyboard! (And I'm also a little upset with myself because I should've ordered me a blue Classic and a Priv later on but it's done)

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    I just got an upgrade on my employer owned device from a Z10 to Classic (my alternative was Leap). The smaller keyboard takes some time to get used to it vs my Passport. The one handed typing is nice if I'm balancing a cup of coffee in my other hand. But other than that, Passport is my preferred BB10 device I've used to date. I actually prefer it over my Z30. But Priv looks like a great device and likely to update to when my Passport dies. I love the touch enabled keyboard on the Passport and Priv.

    RedBerry Passport /10.3.2.2876 / Telus
    12-29-15 01:25 PM
  4. conbrio29's Avatar
    The Classic is truly that "no-nonsense" smartphone that is best suited for your core communications like calls, emails, and messaging. It really is a great phone to use and I like it a lot. It's a great size, has great battery life (lasted me all day today), and is the kind of phone that gets you to want to just use the phone for communicating.

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    12-29-15 11:36 PM
  5. hplovecraft's Avatar
    The Classic is truly that "no-nonsense" smartphone that is best suited for your core communications like calls, emails, and messaging. It really is a great phone to use and I like it a lot. It's a great size, has great battery life (lasted me all day today), and is the kind of phone that gets you to want to just use the phone for communicating.

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    This!

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    12-30-15 05:50 PM
  6. yohannrjm's Avatar
    The Classic is truly that "no-nonsense" smartphone that is best suited for your core communications like calls, emails, and messaging. It really is a great phone to use and I like it a lot. It's a great size, has great battery life (lasted me all day today), and is the kind of phone that gets you to want to just use the phone for communicating.

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    I completely agree with this. I had a Classic until recently, and it was certainly my preferred device for all communication purposes. I'd still have it if I hadn't decided to pare down on the number of devices I keep around.
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    12-30-15 06:53 PM
  7. conbrio29's Avatar
    I completely agree with this. I had a Classic until recently, and it was certainly my preferred device for all communication purposes. I'd still have it if I hadn't decided to pare down on the number of devices I keep around.
    Let me guess: using the Passport now?

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    12-30-15 08:30 PM
  8. Nightwing535's Avatar
    I completely agree with this. I had a Classic until recently, and it was certainly my preferred device for all communication purposes. I'd still have it if I hadn't decided to pare down on the number of devices I keep around.
    What do you use now?

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    12-31-15 02:05 AM
  9. yohannrjm's Avatar
    Right now I'm using the Priv, though I do have a Passport too. I still haven't decided which to keep.
    12-31-15 09:51 AM
  10. igottheshanks's Avatar
    I love my classic. Perfect size for me, I dislike the overly large phones

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    12-31-15 10:32 AM

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