1. LoganSix's Avatar
    I can't find the video, but they showed the Q10 as the example of powering up phones as part of the new TSA rules.

    This ABC video used an older BlackBerry
    07-07-14 09:43 PM
  2. anon1727506's Avatar
    A lot of stock smartphone clips and photos are still BlackBerry devices (or other QWERTY devices). While the popularity of the QWERTY device has fallen to almost ZERO, it is still a symbol of where the smartphone started.

    But as time goes buy and fewer people even know what a QWERTY device is... it will be used less.
    07-08-14 10:48 AM
  3. Septembersrain's Avatar
    Like how the next generation won't know what we meant by "Rolling down the window" soon they won't know what a QWERTY device is.


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    07-08-14 11:19 AM
  4. habs_fan's Avatar
    A lot of stock smartphone clips and photos are still BlackBerry devices (or other QWERTY devices). While the popularity of the QWERTY device has fallen to almost ZERO, it is still a symbol of where the smartphone started.

    But as time goes buy and fewer people even know what a QWERTY device is... it will be used less.
    I disagree with both posters yes touchscreens will still outsell QWERTY phones but they will never go away there's still a ton of people and even young people that want keyboard phones as well as business and government employees ect.

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    07-08-14 11:47 AM
  5. notafanboy's Avatar
    I disagree with both posters yes touchscreens will still outsell QWERTY phones but they will never go away there's still a ton of people and even young people that want keyboard phones as well as business and government employees ect.

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    Some posters just hate BlackBerry to the point they will make ridiculous statements that do not even warrant a response.

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    07-08-14 12:00 PM
  6. bbnrs's Avatar
    Qwerty phones are somewhat akin to automobile manual transmissions which have decreased in sales to the masses.
    07-09-14 03:12 PM
  7. anon1727506's Avatar
    I disagree with both posters yes touchscreens will still outsell QWERTY phones but they will never go away there's still a ton of people and even young people that want keyboard phones as well as business and government employees ect.

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    I never said they would go away... But they won't be the symbol for smartphones in the future as they won't be recognized as being what a smartphone is anymore.
    07-09-14 03:39 PM
  8. c_legaspi's Avatar
    With the boot time, you may miss your flight

    Posted via CB10
    07-09-14 07:50 PM
  9. FSeverino's Avatar
    A lot of stock smartphone clips and photos are still BlackBerry devices (or other QWERTY devices). While the popularity of the QWERTY device has fallen to almost ZERO, it is still a symbol of where the smartphone started.

    But as time goes buy and fewer people even know what a QWERTY device is... it will be used less.
    No... it is a symbol of how f#$!ing lazy the media is.

    Posted via CB10
    07-09-14 08:10 PM

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