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  1. arlene_t's Avatar
    I'm interested with Classic but I am not sure it will be offered by my carrier. I like my Q10 but a pain when I copy and paste some parts of the email. I got used to it but still I get frustrated. I used to copy and paste in a breeze with trackpad.

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    12-20-14 09:49 PM
  2. Alex_613's Avatar
    I got to say the classic is nice but I'm contempt with my Q10. I actually just switched back to Q10 from a Z10. I had a minor 'screen incident' and double type issue on the Q so I replaced the whole housing and screen. No more issues and looks brand new. I got to say a white Q10 looks slick
    12-21-14 07:46 AM
  3. ralovecs's Avatar
    I love Q10, and the only thing I want to complain is the battery consumption of OS, the battery couldn't last even a day. My another phone is Ip6, and it could last more than one day. Class is lack of attraction to me.

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    12-21-14 08:04 AM
  4. Joshu42's Avatar
    the only thing I want to complain is the battery consumption of OS, the battery couldn't last even a day.
    It's not a normal behaviour. 19 hours is medium for me and I can even run on the same battery for 2 days (Q10SQN100-3/ If you want help, open a thread with screenshots from Device Monitor on the last 24h. And check this thread about battery "management".
    12-21-14 02:38 PM
  5. Q10Bold's Avatar
    Yes. I love my Q10!!

    Posted via Q10Bold
    12-21-14 03:07 PM
  6. IFCArea51's Avatar
    The Q10 is definitely the first BlackBerry that calms my urges to get a newer one.

    It's just works for me. No reason to get rid of it just yet. Only flaw is when the keyboard start double-typing, but that can easily be fixed. He'll, I can even change the housing to another color when I so please.

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    12-21-14 03:07 PM
  7. celticmagick's Avatar
    I've always thought the Q10 was perfect - pk and touchscreen. It could be just a little bigger.

    Although, if the design and size are right, I will probably move to the next full touch device and utilize the voice commands. Time will tell.

    What I'm most interested in with the Classic is whether or not they fixed the keyboard issue that plagues us Q10 users. It will be disastrous if they haven't fixed it yet.

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    12-21-14 03:23 PM
  8. Hydde's Avatar
    I dont feel the urge to replace my Q10 with any of those new phones. The bigger size and lack of physical keyboard breaks the deal for me. The classic looks interesting but is a toolbelt Q10, so theres no point in buying it.

    I feel ill continue with my Q10 until the next gen Q10 appears.
    What I want is a Q10 with bigger specs, but my main request would be an inmense battery. Thats what I want

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    12-21-14 06:52 PM
  9. Senor Wright's Avatar
    Me too

    Posted via CB10
    12-21-14 11:44 PM
  10. newtobbluvbb's Avatar
    That's a great question to be considered by every Q10 holder. I am from India and Classic is not yet launched here but I find myself asking question if I should upgrade from Q10 to Classic. I think I won't be getting much in upgrade because I have keypad, I will get 10.3 update and I am already quite comfortable using it as a daily driver. So in short I am sticking with my Q10.

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    12-22-14 11:30 AM
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