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  1. canadian nick's Avatar
    Reluctantly the priv because Chen made it clear I had to move on. The only thing that could make this phone better would be a dual boot option

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    04-12-16 07:59 PM
  2. jeffsantos's Avatar
    Z30 for the past year. Best phone I've owned.

    Posted via CB10
    04-14-16 07:53 PM
  3. Stewartj1's Avatar
    Z10 died so bought a Leap.

    Loved the Z10 but the Leap is crap.


    Why do I dislike for Leap?

    - No compass (Yes, I used it)
    - No RFID (Had bought some tags just before my Z10 failed)
    - It's lags a lot.

    Posted via CB10
    04-15-16 03:24 PM
  4. markf's Avatar
    Z30 for now, but probably go to an S7 by the Fall, unless T-Mobile has a sale on them before that. Priv is overpriced and oversized. Z30 and S7 are the ideal size. Plus the S7 fits in my BlackBerry holster that I carry my Z30 in. S7 is a little slimmer. Have yet to see anyone pull out a BB10 phone in the 3years I've had mine (Z10, now Z30), only legacy ones. Sad!

    Z30-STA100-5 (T-Mo)-SR 10.3.2.2836 / OS 10.3.2.2876
    04-15-16 04:35 PM
  5. cbosdell's Avatar
    On a daily basis I carry my Passport SE and also an iPhone 5C for the half-dozen or so apps I use that either aren't available on BB10 or don't work well.
    04-15-16 05:06 PM
  6. Mike88888's Avatar
    Z10

    Posted via CB10
    04-15-16 05:53 PM
  7. JG_Agustin's Avatar
    I've finally bought a PRIV as main driver, but kept my amazing Passport as secondary device... Or in case I repent and revert back to BB10.

    Android with the Hub and pkb is ok, not as good as BB10. Still, I'm hoping this move saves BlackBerry's hardware division.

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android with my mighty PRIV!
    TgeekB and GadgetTravel like this.
    04-15-16 06:43 PM
  8. koool1's Avatar
    Priv - like a Z30 on steroids!

    Z30 backup

    Posted via BlackBerry PRIV
    04-15-16 09:26 PM
  9. koool1's Avatar
    I've finally bought a PRIV as main driver, but kept my amazing Passport as secondary device... Or in case I repent and revert back to BB10.

    Android with the Hub and pkb is ok, not as good as BB10. Still, I'm hoping this move saves BlackBerry's hardware division.
    !
    same. really hoping to see many BlackBerry handsets powered by Android.

    Posted via BlackBerry PRIV
    04-15-16 09:27 PM
  10. Bobert_123's Avatar
    Priv

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    04-15-16 09:52 PM
  11. Jayasheelan's Avatar
    BlackBerry Passport SE.

    Posted via CB10
    04-15-16 11:36 PM
  12. kcdberry's Avatar
    Been using an OG Passport since December 8, 2014 and I love it everyday. I also use a cheap Android phone for my second line which I just wish can be a Leap, Z30 or even a Z3 or Q5 instead...

    Posted via CB10
    04-16-16 03:05 AM
  13. IndianTiwari's Avatar
    I am using the Passport and the Priv. Both are exceptionally good devices.

     Passport SE on Etisalat 4G Network propelled by 10.3.2.2876
    04-16-16 03:22 AM
  14. ZeBB45's Avatar
    Are Priv users on here holding back their warm feelings towards the android experience to avoid being flamed by BB10 die-hards? I'm not being funny, it's an honest question coming from a BB10 enthusiast.

    Q10 - 10.3.2.2876/SR .2836  < α∂∂ιт > 
    04-16-16 08:04 AM
  15. TgeekB's Avatar
    Are Priv users on here holding back their warm feelings towards the android experience to avoid being flamed by BB10 die-hards? I'm not being funny, it's an honest question coming from a BB10 enthusiast.

    Q10 - 10.3.2.2876/SR .2836  < α∂∂ιт > 
    I think, slowly, you're seeing more and more people sharing that they enjoy the Android experience. Much more than you would ever heard a couple years ago. It's definitely not for everyone, and BB10 still offers a great experience for many, but many people have at least given Android a chance.
    JeepBB, ZeBB45, JG_Agustin and 1 others like this.
    04-16-16 08:08 AM
  16. JeepBB's Avatar
    I think, slowly, you're seeing more and more people sharing that they enjoy the Android experience. Much more than you would ever heard a couple years ago. It's definitely not for everyone, and BB10 still offers a great experience for many, but many people have at least given Android a chance.
    Agreed.

    After many years of Google and Android being portrayed here as the Devil Incarnate - as a laggy, bloated, insecure, advert-filled mess that steals your very soul private thoughts and dreams ... folk are now starting to use Android and are discovering that it's not laggy, permissions can be set to control privacy to a level most are comfortable with, bloatware is minimal and can be removed, and (the huge prize!) is that every App known to man is downloadable at the touch of a button. And the App you can download is the real gen-you-wine App too!!!! not some nearly-but-not-quite-the-same clone App.

    There are some who will attribute this "Android isn't as bad as I thought" feeling to the Priv, and think it is the magical properties of BB Android that have made Android somehow better. That's a delusion of course, because with very minor exceptions, BB Android is "vanilla" Android plus a few BB10-like Apps, but if it helps them to accept Android, that's fine.

    I personally don't like Android. Not out of any privacy/security paranoia (which will be the mantra that keeps a few die-hard users staying with the corpse that is BB10), but because I don't like the UI experience. I've tried it, and I prefer WinPhone, but that's me.

    The more posters that 'fess-up that Android really isn't that bad ... and (whisper it!) actually brings advantages ... the more it will be seen to be acceptable to admit to being OK with Android. Eventually, that grudging "OK" will move to "Like" as familiarity with Android grows and eventually a few Android converts will become born-again Android zealots who will post uber-fan praise for Android in these forums and berate others for not embracing Android. (similar to the way the very worst kind of anti-smoking zealot is the guy who was previously a 60-cigarettes/day man!).
    TgeekB, MikeX74 and GadgetTravel like this.
    04-16-16 08:39 AM
  17. TgeekB's Avatar
    I use a Lumia 640 part time just to keep in touch with Windows Phone. I like the UI but I just can't (yet) get the same experience as Android. But it has potential.
    04-16-16 08:43 AM
  18. anon(6038817)'s Avatar
    Currently using a Motorola Moto G 2nd Gen running Cyanogenmod. Seriously looking at a PRIV or one of the mid-range Androids BlackBerry is going to release this year.
    04-16-16 08:44 AM
  19. cbosdell's Avatar
    I use a Lumia 640 part time just to keep in touch with Windows Phone. I like the UI but I just can't (yet) get the same experience as Android. But it has potential.
    The Lumia 640 is a really good phone to consider for those looking beyond BB10 and who aren't necessarily interested in Android or iOS. The 640 XL, 950, and 950 XL are also all really good but more expensive. The 640 has a good camera, removable battery, and microSD support. Windows Phone has some of the same app shortcomings as BB10 and is nowhere near as "fun" to use but the good thing is with universal apps for Windows 10 they are slowly getting support instead of losing it. Thanks to Microsoft's backing the platform and it's (nearly) endless money it has a future even if it never breaks 5-10% of the market share.
    TgeekB likes this.
    04-16-16 02:44 PM
  20. TgeekB's Avatar
    The Lumia 640 is a really good phone to consider for those looking beyond BB10 and who aren't necessarily interested in Android or iOS. The 640 XL, 950, and 950 XL are also all really good but more expensive. The 640 has a good camera, removable battery, and microSD support. Windows Phone has some of the same app shortcomings as BB10 and is nowhere near as "fun" to use but the good thing is with universal apps for Windows 10 they are slowly getting support instead of losing it.
    And only $29 brand new in the U.S.
    cbosdell likes this.
    04-16-16 02:45 PM
  21. anon(9721108)'s Avatar
    9900 daily driver with no issue running multiple apps and going strong on whatsapp and the Facebook app despite those apps being the reason scaring people away from Blackberry

    My iphone is like Whaaaa

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
    Bonnie Bonzai likes this.
    04-17-16 01:08 AM
  22. CBluver876's Avatar
    Priv.

    Never could understand using multiple phones by choice.
    Work and personal...

    Anyways my main chick is the Q10

    ...so which one of you fine gentlemen would like to get me a ... Priv
    04-17-16 03:04 AM
  23. thurask's Avatar
    Work and personal...

    Anyways my main chick is the Q10

    ...so which one of you fine gentlemen would like to get me a ... Priv
    A phone from your employer and your own phone, yeah, that I get.

    Your own phone and your other own phone for some other reason, that I don't get.
    04-17-16 03:22 AM
  24. Maarten Van Pottelberghe's Avatar
    BlackBerry PassportSQW100-1/10.3.2.2876
    What else..

    Posted via CB10
    04-17-16 03:42 AM
  25. OTCHRussell's Avatar
    The Lumia 640 is a really good phone to consider for those looking beyond BB10 and who aren't necessarily interested in Android or iOS. The 640 XL, 950, and 950 XL are also all really good but more expensive. The 640 has a good camera, removable battery, and microSD support. Windows Phone has some of the same app shortcomings as BB10 and is nowhere near as "fun" to use but the good thing is with universal apps for Windows 10 they are slowly getting support instead of losing it. Thanks to Microsoft's backing the platform and it's (nearly) endless money it has a future even if it never breaks 5-10% of the market share.
    Thanks. I just got a Lumia 950 on a trade because I want to learn how to use it in case my Z30 dies and I don't decide to get a Priv.

    It is a beautiful phone. Great camera, removable battery, SD card etc. But I am having problems because I am new to Windows 10 on my computer and still use it the way I used Win7.

    Although I have Office 365, 2016, I haven't been using Outlook.com, just regular Outlook. So I can't sync my calendar to my Lumia. Good thing is that where I spend the summer there is a great Microsoft store close by. I can set up some One on One lessons!!

    BTW. I have gotten used to the Z30 calendar and would love to sync THAT to the Lumia.

    9000 > Q10 > Z10 >Z30>Z30>
    TgeekB likes this.
    04-17-16 08:26 AM
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