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  1. Xadion's Avatar
    I did...until I broke it, now it sits there looking at me using my classic... in my mind I hear moans of "fffiiiiixxxxxxxxmeeeeee"

    Posted via CB10
    03-03-17 11:40 AM
  2. oldsoul123's Avatar
    Who still uses there's as a daily driver
    I've never had more than one device active at a time, so yeah, I use it as my daily driver.
    03-03-17 01:13 PM
  3. misterabrasive's Avatar
    I always knew you had a loco motive.
    And speaking of which....
    FF22 and zephyr613 like this.
    03-03-17 04:09 PM
  4. FF22's Avatar
    Looks like my Lionel engine
    03-03-17 04:14 PM
  5. bigedschukar's Avatar
    03-03-17 04:20 PM
  6. chuckiev79's Avatar
    I still use the priv as my daily driver as well. Good phone; just wish we had some news on nougat but there's plenty of threads about that.
    03-03-17 04:46 PM
  7. townnsendiv's Avatar
    I don't even care if there's no chassis changes or even if the crappy front camera stays. Just put a newer efficient mid-range SoC and an extra gig of memory, it'll be perfect for me.
    Agreed!
    03-04-17 06:16 AM
  8. shabbs's Avatar
    All PRIV, all the time... since Dec. 2016.
    newcollector likes this.
    03-04-17 06:19 AM
  9. Mirko935's Avatar
    I don't even care if there's no chassis changes or even if the crappy front camera stays. Just put a newer efficient mid-range SoC and an extra gig of memory, it'll be perfect for me.
    I'd rather see a high-end chipset, and perhaps half a mm thicker phone to accommodate a ~4000 mAh battery. It seems more reasonable to me to cover the market that way than by having what would probably be only two PKB phones on the market both with mid-range hardware.
    03-04-17 06:36 AM
  10. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    I'd rather see a high-end chipset, and perhaps half a mm thicker phone to accommodate a ~4000 mAh battery. It seems more reasonable to me to cover the market that way than by having what would probably be only two PKB phones on the market both with mid-range hardware.
    Probably not even an mm thick. Maybe the thicker battery will actually fill the back cover properly so it doesn't creak.
    Mirko935 and newcollector like this.
    03-04-17 07:31 AM
  11. Ginowine's Avatar
    Yes. I'm still rocking with my Priv too.

    Posted via CB10
    03-04-17 07:33 AM
  12. Fs Laflamme's Avatar
    I do.

    I'd love to see Priv 2.0 though. My wish list is for it to be lighter, with rounded corners, and faster giddy-up. It's getting slower these days.

    The KEYone is very cool, but I really dig the slider.
    In my opinion, due of size this is the KEYone

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    03-04-17 07:52 AM
  13. kikipintre's Avatar
    I do and I feel very comfortable with it.
    03-04-17 07:58 AM
  14. anon(679606)'s Avatar
    I do. I like it. The slider makes the phone smaller & quite pocket friendly. It isn't perfect. Overall I am happy with it. That said, I miss the Passport screen & PKB. That said, I still miss my HP 3 phone...
    03-04-17 08:36 AM
  15. bigjsmashman's Avatar
    All day every day
    Have had no issues with it since day one.
    Best phone I have owned.
    Will shed a tear or two the day it is retired.
    Mirko935 likes this.
    03-04-17 02:40 PM
  16. Event4izon's Avatar
    Yup. I only use one phone at a time.
    03-04-17 04:26 PM
  17. andy957's Avatar
    Who still uses there's as a daily driver
    Theirs
    bigedschukar likes this.
    03-04-17 11:00 PM
  18. neoberry99's Avatar
    You funny
    03-04-17 11:21 PM
  19. neoberry99's Avatar
    I enjoy using it. I think because it so different than what's out there.
    03-04-17 11:23 PM
  20. anon(679606)'s Avatar
    I'd rather see a high-end chipset, and perhaps half a mm thicker phone to accommodate a ~4000 mAh battery. It seems more reasonable to me to cover the market that way than by having what would probably be only two PKB phones on the market both with mid-range hardware.
    You want 4000mA !! Mine can already cook an egg, with any larger, could do a whole dinner for a family of four...
    FF22 likes this.
    03-05-17 12:25 AM
  21. anon(679606)'s Avatar
    Probably not even an mm thick. Maybe the thicker battery will actually fill the back cover properly so it doesn't creak.
    I have the OG from BlackBerry which has the UI coil in there & never creaks... why they left it out of some models is a mystery to me...
    03-05-17 12:28 AM
  22. Drenegade's Avatar
    Priv is still pretty new. I'd hope that most people who bought one are still using it.

    Posted via CB10
    03-05-17 12:56 AM
  23. jakie55's Avatar
    I used to have two lines when I had to sneak a phone past the wife. Since I have reformed, I only have one line, and one phone. I traded my Nexus 6P straight across for the PRIV last May, and I am glad I did. I will have mixed emotions when I change over to the KEYone.
    03-05-17 04:24 AM
  24. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    I have the OG from BlackBerry which has the UI coil in there & never creaks... why they left it out of some models is a mystery to me...
    Mine still does a minor creaking WITH the coil.
    03-05-17 08:31 AM
  25. Matty's Avatar
    Definitely worthy of being my daily driver.

    The camera and screen are awesome. Lovely to look at and sliding the screen up never gets old. So special, so unique. Wouldn't trade it for anything.

    Posted Via BlackBerry PRIV
    Mirko935, FF22 and Sigewif like this.
    03-05-17 11:50 AM
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