I owned 9800 and 9860 bb, now i am on Android - Samsung galaxy nexus with Jelly bean 4.2 what a difference.. so much more you can do with a android phone.. Blackberry is really a fail smartphone always crashes bad applications.. not much you could do with it then just PING and reading mails since its good in that. If you want anything more then that then dump the crackberry in the toilet. And the lovely thing with Android is you can unlock the bootloader and install custom mods and kernals.
As a canadian rodney.. did you really have to bash Blackberry? You could of simply just asked the question but you had to bash other phones instead and praising android. Think about how inefficient the android OS is. Look at all the power under the hood when its not needed. I do think that specs sell but i also think you're an idiot.
Blackberry has done a fantastic job and if you understand a little more about QNX you would appreciate it more since you're so tech savvy..... and obviously you wouldnt use a BB because its for business right? Makes sense since your site is fucking terrible. You dont know how to operate a website.
Wow, somebody sure wizzed in this fellow's cornflakes.
You really should turn off that anonymous posting feature Rodney - it attracts closed-minded fools.
No doubt crackberrys are fine for you, and if they are - more power to ya! I personally wouldn't touch one though (and yes, I am Canadian too). And I know what QNX is too - I was there when it was created out of a heavily stripped down Linux (hell, I was there when DOS 1.0 was created :-/ ).
I happen to share Rodney's preference Android. Why? Because it does everything I want it to do, when i want to do it, with no compromises. And if I come across something it doesn't do, well, there is a site called XDA Developers that has every custom incarnation of Android that you can think of that can simply flashed into my phone. There you can also find the developers that take on the challenge of customizing the livin' daylights out of Android and discuss it with them. Maybe if you were smart enough you could contribute yourself.
Now, if you want to customize your crackberry's BB10 OS, who do you turn to? As that company is sitting just this side of bankrupt and in desperation mode, I am wondering here which phone OS is more future-proof, hmm?
Don't slag Rodney because he prefers to live outside of a proprietary box here. Everybody has their own view and priorites. You are a BB fan. We get that. Just don't flame others because they don't march to the same drummer as you. Instead man up and convince us WHY you think BB10 is so much better than Android JellyBean or Apple's iOS.
You must have missed the part where I said the BBZ10 looks incredible, great OS, etc... I just personally won't buy it for myself. I have my opinions and so do you! I won't be calling you names though ;)
I still do not own a smartphone. I don't want to carry a charger all the time.
No, I will be keeping my Nokia 808 for at least two years for the amazing camera. Symbian is pretty much dead, but its still better than Windows Phone for now.
I wont be switching to android because I love Nokia's high quality hardware.
BB 10 seems like RIM's last chance at regaining back some smartphone market share.
Have you tried Windows Phone you jackass, obviously not, when you make that assumption.
Yes, I've had personal experience with the Windows Phone and I don't like it at all. The OS IMO isn't that initiative or productive. Jackass signing off! LOL
The No's are winning.
This is really a phone for the corporate market, not your average consumer.
Don't see the point in blackberry, can't we get everything they have to offer in a new Samsung?
No, QNX runs on microkernel, it's far superior. Also QNX software allows you to add and remove network resources and devices instantly without any special protocols. If blackberry plays its cards right you will be able to connect to a ton of electronics, tvs, your car, it's a very different type of software. So once again, no you can't get this on a Samsung. Hopefully BlackBerry will get it all working smoothly and we will all benefit from it.
I've only known one person to have a blackberry and it was my director that's head of a media operations. Other than that one guy everyone else has normal smartphones using a server with Nagios that sends them email alerts of downed services.
I will not be getting one but I would like to play with one. It looks amazing. I hope it will become even better and grow
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