1. STV0726's Avatar
    ...Z10, and saying hello to the Z30!!!

    Come on, did you really think *I* was seriously ditching BBRY?

    My Z10 is now a backup phone, along with my Nexus 5 that serves as my Android ambassador.

    BlackBerry Z10 had random reboots because it was the first piece of hardware on a brand new OS. They fixed it in good time (sans carrier delivery). Android, on the other hand, has random reboots because it's Android. It also has a better voice agent that I don't find useful or palatable to use in public, a Google Now card system that delivers content inconsistently, widgets that are kewl but meh, and a separate app for each communication, yuck. BlackBerry Hub and Active Frames solve all of those problems and deliver a more consistent, user-friendly UI at the same time.

    ...<3 and now you can't say I didn't try the competition!

    Haha, I'm messing. I love my Nexus 5 too. I never thought I'd say that. But what I knew I'd always say is BlackBerry 10 is still where it's at...(and with Pacemaker you can have two turn tables and a microphone!)

    --STV on Z30STA100-5/ TMO US
    09-09-14 11:08 PM
  2. Thunderbuck's Avatar
    LOL good one!

    Z30 is an excellent device. Enjoy!
    09-09-14 11:09 PM
  3. Rahul1234's Avatar
    Lol, the sign of though

    Posted via CB10
    09-10-14 01:40 AM

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