1. Dimitrif Kritschief's Avatar
    hi everyone.
    i wanted to buy a leap for a great price... i just wanted to know if its still laggy even on the newest os 10.3.3?
    i have a normal usage just some music and browsing not many android apps buts some.
    in general can u give me advice about Leap?pros and cons?
    i know some may suggest Z30 but first of all here in my country the price is so high for z30 compared to Leap and 2nd i like leap desing better.
    thanks in advance.
    11-24-17 12:27 AM
  2. skrble's Avatar
    I suggest you getting some Android device. Leap is nice but it's time has already passed. That platform is over.
    11-26-17 02:38 AM
  3. Dimitrif Kritschief's Avatar
    I've been using android for almost my life ... for a while i had passport
    i miss bb os no matter if its dead its just im done with android its so cliche and boring same thing over and over again.
    this time i wanna try Leap.
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    11-26-17 09:09 AM
  4. LSDBerry's Avatar
    Passport is the best BB10 device. Leap will be a downgrade and may be a disappointment.
    Qorax likes this.
    11-26-17 07:19 PM
  5. spacejammer's Avatar
    Until yesterday, I had the Leap. Loved it! Nothing wrong with the phone. I didn't find it real 'Laggy'. I have the BlackBerry KeyOne now. Android software. I find the BB navigation so much easier. To me it makes more sense, so what that it doesn't have as many apps. I wish Netflix worked on it though. It's really up to you...you're going to get a lot of advice as to which phone to go with. Go with you heart. I'm sure you will like the Leap. You won't know until you try....good luck!
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    11-26-17 09:50 PM
  6. spacejammer's Avatar
    By the way the reason I had to replace it is because I let the space run out before doing anything about it. The phone crashed and I can't even access my data to transfer it to the new phone.
    11-26-17 09:52 PM
  7. Guytronic's Avatar
    I just bought a new Leap sealed in the box.
    The phone is a bit slow for me yet it's also fun because I've never used BB10 before.
    Bought the Leap in lieu of buying a feature phone for calls and occasional texting on T-Mobile. I actually prefer reading my emails on this thing.
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    11-27-17 02:14 AM
  8. TheBirdDog's Avatar
    'Laggy' is pretty dependent on what you do with it. If you are just using it for what it has right out of the box, it will run pretty smooth. Put a couple of Android apps onto it though (fairly necessary in real world use, in my opinion) and you will undoubtedly experience some lag.

    You'll get this with any BB10 device, not just the leap. For some of us, this is just part of the price we pay for being able to continue using our beloved OS. It's far from perfect though, absolutely. But the Leap is very cheap and good value for the price.
    11-27-17 09:13 AM
  9. conite's Avatar
    OP, you provide a universal definition of "lag", using specific parameters, first.
    11-27-17 09:45 AM
  10. brunoxrs's Avatar
    If your comparison is a Passport, you will definitely notice it's far more laggy.

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    01-12-18 11:53 AM
  11. Blackberry Leap's Avatar
    Yes, the leap is sort of laggy, I've had this phone for about 2 years now, going on 3 in a few more months. It's very consistent and very useful. It also has a lot of shortcuts of you play around with it enough.

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    01-14-18 12:02 AM
  12. BB10lover79's Avatar
    Passport is the best BB10 device. Leap will be a downgrade and may be a disappointment.
    Not true. I had the passport and I did love it but my leap is probably my fav blackberry of all time.

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    01-17-18 09:41 AM
  13. kvoox's Avatar
    I can't wait to try mine
    01-19-18 08:28 AM
  14. Leyra B10's Avatar
    Somethings can slow it down yea. Good to learn how to sweep up so it wont hurt so bad, If you copy paste a lot.. Password Keeper can clear your clip board, can keep the disk cache off or wipe it in the browsers settings, about:cache will show you how much you are holding. And if you try out a lot of apps, there is a transfers:// protocol you can use anytime in a url and delete all that data also.

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    Yesterday 12:22 PM
  15. masterofnone79's Avatar
    Mine is not leggy at all. Super smooth fast device. Most underrated BlackBerry. Too bad it came out when the company was already dead lol

    Posted via CB10
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    Yesterday 05:46 PM

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