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  1. conite's Avatar
    If the LE had a amoled screen and a touch sensitive pkb it would be the Key3.
    If my grandmother had wheels, she'd be a wagon.
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    09-30-19 09:31 AM
  2. tnewton3's Avatar
    I too could probably type faster on a VKB but the time spent rereading my responses and correcting typos would be through the roof. I love the ability to respond to emails and texts all day without having to worry about my phone changing words to the incorrect word or going back and correcting typos. I've turned off my auto correction and use word subscription for commonly used words with proper punctuation.

    Personal preference but it sure isn't my preference.
    09-30-19 09:44 AM
  3. conite's Avatar
    I'm faster on a vkb, and frankly probably just as accurate due to today's excellent autocorrect.

    BUT I actually enjoy typing on a pkb far more. What else can I say?
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    09-30-19 09:51 AM
  4. anon(10321802)'s Avatar
    If my grandmother had wheels, she'd be a wagon.
    conite likes this.
    09-30-19 10:35 AM
  5. Smokeaire's Avatar
    If my grandmother had wheels, she'd be a wagon.
    And more useful.
    09-30-19 12:14 PM
  6. Marcel Frederik Schwarze's Avatar
    well, if somebody has problems with the main/key feature of Blackberry - and the physical Keyboard is the most important argument für using that phone - one schuld probably look för another brand and install the virtual Keyboard App from Blackberry.
    Security and handling is for sure another important issue. on the other hand multimedia, gaming, photos is imo not bad, however, just average. but to me the PKB and and handling is the most important.
    i always have to wonder when BB-Users struggling with the pkb
    10-01-19 04:37 PM
  7. bb10adopter111's Avatar
    well, if somebody has problems with the main/key feature of Blackberry - and the physical Keyboard is the most important argument für using that phone - one schuld probably look för another brand and install the virtual Keyboard App from Blackberry.
    Security and handling is for sure another important issue. on the other hand multimedia, gaming, photos is imo not bad, however, just average. but to me the PKB and and handling is the most important.
    i always have to wonder when BB-Users struggling with the pkb
    I don't struggle with the PKB, but, for me, BB10 was the perfect expression of BlackBerry's approach to work, and BB10 was designed primarily for the Z10/Z30 form factor.

    I loved the PKB from 2004-13, but since 2013 I've preferred the VKB. Why, then did I go with the KEYone Instead of the Motion? Blue Android's lousy button-based navigation scheme in Nougat and Oreo. I needed the hardware shortcuts just to make Android usable.

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    10-01-19 09:31 PM
  8. baspeed's Avatar
    If the LE had a amoled screen and a touch sensitive pkb it would be the Key3.
    Now that I may try on Verizon.
    10-06-19 02:22 PM
  9. baspeed's Avatar
    btw I just read the thread starters post...

    Why do grown men get frustrated with amazing modern technology because of the slightest occurrence and feel the need to post on a forum of their woes and future divorce from the brand because of their woes? It's hilarious honestly.
    No need worry about my woes. BlackBerry never worried either. Maybe that why they own 1# of the smartphone market. Woooeeee
    10-06-19 02:25 PM
  10. Chuck Finley69's Avatar
    No need worry about my woes. BlackBerry never worried either. Maybe that why they own 1# of the smartphone market. Woooeeee
    BlackBerry owns nothing since they left the business three years ago.
    10-06-19 04:27 PM
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