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  1. axllebeer's Avatar
    Yes. Plain as that.

    Edit: no. Changed my mind. Q10 FTW
    Last edited by axllebeer; 04-04-15 at 06:09 PM.
    11-29-14 01:34 PM
  2. aha's Avatar
    One of the biggest reason for me to upgrade from Z30 to Passport is:

    Quad-core 2.26 GHz Krait 400

    And I am glad to find out that my Android apps are running so much more smoother now.

    Another big reason is:

    1440 x 1440 pixels, 4.5 inches (~453 ppi pixel density)

    And the screen is much sharper now with Passport.




    Posted via CB10 with PassportSQW100-1/10.3.1.1151
    11-29-14 01:49 PM
  3. dale-c's Avatar
    I never understood people saying the glass weave is slippery. I can hold my Q10 one handed without supporting the bottom of it at a pretty good angle and it'll stick on my hand. But I can see if you don't have dry skin like I do that it can become slippery I guess...

    ?Posted without the aid of AutoCorrect with my physical keyboard via CB10
    I actually like the glass weave of the q10.
    I just don't have a stronghold preference either way.
    But I know some do. The point is that it is not a universal upgrade or downgrade.

    Posted via CB10
    11-30-14 12:02 AM
  4. Maxxxpower's Avatar
    Glass weave is more exensive than a cheap rubber back. Therefore, to me it is a downgrade.
    axllebeer and Xenolock like this.
    12-01-14 03:30 AM
  5. Vampiro's Avatar
    General Information
    Manufacturer BlackBerry
    Product type Mobile phone i
    Mobile phone properties i
    Mobile phone form factor i Bar
    Color Black
    Farbgruppe Black
    Manufacturer colour Black
    Operating system i
    Betriebssystem Mobiltelefon i Blackberry RIM
    BlackBerry OS Version i 10.30
    Cellular network i
    Mobile phone standard i 3G i , 4G i , GSM i
    Datenbertragungsverfahren EDGE i , GPRS i , HSDPA i , HSUPA i , LTE i
    UMTS frequency bands Quad band
    GSM frequency bands i Quad band
    Display i
    Screen size i 3.46 ''
    Display resolution i 720 x 720 Pixel
    Dot density i 291 ppi
    Color depth i 24 bit (16.7 m colors) i
    Touchscreen technology i Capacitive
    Multi-touch i Yes
    Processor i
    Mobile device CPU type Qualcomm MSM8960
    Number of processor cores i 2 (Dual Core) i
    Processor clock speed i 1500 MHz
    Data storage properties i
    Memory i 2 GB
    Storage capacity i 16 GB
    Memory expandable i Yes
    Maximum memory extension i 128 GB
    Memory card type i microSD i , microSDHC i , microSDXC i
    WLAN i
    WLAN i Yes
    WLAN Standard i 802.11a i , 802.11b i , 802.11g i , 802.11n i
    WiFi hotspot i Yes
    Wireless connectivity i
    NFC i Yes
    Bluetooth i Yes
    Bluetooth version i 4.0 LE
    Messaging i
    SMS i Yes
    E-mail i Yes
    E-Mail Protokolle i IMAP i , POP3 i , SMTP i
    Push e-mail i Yes
    Navigation system properties i
    Satellite navigation system type i GLONASS i
    AGPS i Yes
    Navigation software BlackBerry Maps
    Camera i
    Camera resolution 8 MP
    Display resolution i 3264 x 2448 Pixel
    Video recording i Yes
    Flash i LED i
    Autofocus i Yes
    Geotagging i Yes
    Front camera i Yes
    Front camera resolution i 2 MP
    Interface i
    USB i 1 x
    USB connector type i micro USB 2.0
    Input device i
    Touchscreen i Yes
    Full Keyboard i Yes
    Keyboard Layout QWERTZ
    Audio connections
    3.5 mm jack i 1 x
    Rechargeable battery properties i
    Capacity i 2515 mAh
    Properties
    Mobile phone features i DLNA i , Hands-free function i , GPS i , Gyrometers i , Brightness sensor i , Voice recorder i , Alarm clock i
    12-02-14 09:42 AM
  6. James Blight's Avatar
    There's nothing that's going to come in tech in the foreseeable future that would require high end specs on a 3.5 inch keyboarded phone. The only thing I can think of is oculus rift/virtual reality and I can't see that even being an option for a few years anyway (including Samsungs recent effort)

    1.5 is fine. I have a z30 now. I doubt I'll notice much a difference. I just grabbed a Kindle with a 1.5 quad core processor and it lags way more than my 1.7 dual core z30. That shows me it's not the hardware alone. It's all about how efficient the OS is. I'm not worried about the classic.

    I'll be buying it.

    Posted via CB10
    My Z10 on 10.3.1 is great. My z30 is even better. The classic fills a specific niche market and I think it will sell well spec'd as it is. I hoped for the same specs as the passport, but I think it will still be great as is.



    Posted via CB 10 on my Z30 (STA100-5) w 10.3.1.1151
    12-02-14 07:35 PM
  7. sergefresh805's Avatar
    i was happy with 1.2 ghz on 9930 and love 1.5 ghz on my Q10,
    the only thing i care is that i get my tool belt back! long live END and SEND KEYS!
    so yes i am buying regardless....
    12-02-14 08:52 PM
  8. krugbot's Avatar
    I won't buy it right away if those specs are true. I'll just suffer with my crap phone and its half broken touch screen until the Classic 2 or until the Classic drops below $300. Aside from the specs, the unnecessarily large size of the phone bothers me. Just seems damn tall.

    Sent from my XT560 using Tapatalk 2
    12-03-14 12:26 AM
  9. Moopusmaximus's Avatar
    One of the biggest reason for me to upgrade from Z30 to Passport is:

    Quad-core 2.26 GHz Krait 400

    And I am glad to find out that my Android apps are running so much more smoother now.

    Another big reason is:

    1440 x 1440 pixels, 4.5 inches (~453 ppi pixel density)

    And the screen is much sharper now with Passport.




    Posted via CB10 with PassportSQW100-1/10.3.1.1151
    Unfortunately Verizon never chose to carry the Passport, which is why many of us are hoping the Classic (which will be on VZW) won't run with an SoC that's three years old.

    I'd love a Passport if I could actually buy one.
    12-03-14 02:08 AM
  10. axllebeer's Avatar
    i was happy with 1.2 ghz on 9930 and love 1.5 ghz on my Q10,
    the only thing i care is that i get my tool belt back! long live END and SEND KEYS!
    so yes i am buying regardless....
    Due to the gap at the bottom of the screen, (which many reviewers are saying collects dust like crazy), and the lack of a removable battery, I'm choosing another Q10 to get my happy **** back in the BlackBerry game! No classic for me. Same guts as the Q10 with the same 720/720 with a bigger screen which means lower PPI.
    04-04-15 06:08 PM
  11. Thalestr's Avatar
    minus AMOLED display
    minus user replaceable battery
    minus glass weave back

    ...and Blackberry Q10 is USD 225 on Amazon!
    I hated the Q10's AMOLED screen so much I sold it. Not a selling feature in my opinion.

    Posted via Q5
    04-04-15 06:19 PM
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