12-23-16 10:51 AM
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  1. chris constantinou's Avatar
    Looks like all that is wanted by some is a device with the BlackBerry logo on it........a BlackBerry running Android is not a BlackBerry. End of.

    I want more than just the logo. I want the BBOS10 in my BlackBerry or not at all.

    To mention BlackBerry and Android in the same breath is just wrong.

    BlackBerry strength was security but they can't sell a phone. Android we're told is open source and unsecured.

    So how come android out sells BlackBerry by miles, not even close.

    Is BlackBerry really that secure and is android really that unsecured?

    Or do android buyer not care about their data?




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    12-21-16 02:12 PM
  2. conite's Avatar
    Looks like all that is wanted by some is a device with the BlackBerry logo on it........a BlackBerry running Android is not a BlackBerry. End of.

    I want more than just the logo. I want the BBOS10 in my BlackBerry or not at all.

    To mention BlackBerry and Android in the same breath is just wrong.

    BlackBerry strength was security but they can't sell a phone. Android we're told is open source and unsecured.

    So how come android out sells BlackBerry by miles, not even close.

    Is BlackBerry really that secure and is android really that unsecured?

    Or do android buyer not care about their data?




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    A smartphone is about the software. Which piece of glass, or which speaker one chooses does not a brand make.

    BlackBerry Android is unique and, as most reviewers say, adds value to Android in its simplicity and efficiency.

    The security is well proven, as no one has gained root in the year since launch.

    BB10 is hardly infallible btw:
    http://www.cellebrite.com/Pages/blac...kberry-devices

    But you're right in the sense that most people don't care a whole lot about security.
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    12-21-16 02:40 PM
  3. neoberry99's Avatar
    Last time I owned a Windows Phone it was running WP8, not sure if it has improved since then, but it was a downright terrible experience. Nothing on it was intuitive and just gave a very frustrating experience. Everytime I needed to do anything, even the simplest of tasks, it was guaranteed to frustrate me... Worse than BB10, Android, or iOS...

    Posted without the aid of AutoCorrect with my physical keyboard via CB10
    LOL. My last windows phone was on Nextels network. I believe it was the i930. That dam thing was a beast. It was a definitely a conversation piece back in day.
    12-23-16 12:24 AM
  4. mrlahjr's Avatar
    I'll be choosing the new Surface Phone when it comes out.

    TMO  PP SE,SQW100-4/10.3.3.1435
    12-23-16 01:28 AM
  5. BB-JAM215's Avatar
    I'll be choosing the new Surface Phone when it comes out.
    Hopefully that will be sometime before your Mercury starts to wear out.
    12-23-16 10:28 AM
  6. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    Hopefully that will be sometime before your Mercury starts to wear out.
    No! Never! BB10 FOR LYFE! I love my Passport!

    *drops Passport SE into water*

    Aww, crap.
    12-23-16 10:51 AM
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