Review: BlackBerry Z10 for Verizon Wireless
Batteries always seem to increase in performance after a few cylces, which seems to be the case in one of the threads here below... also my GS1, Inspire, and GS2 did this, but my GS3 didn't seem to...
...or is it just that newer batteries do not require this anymore?? (I don't think battery tech has changed recently)
Regardless, what we experienced in this case was very inconsistent battery life. It didn't slowly get better or worse; it was all over the pla...
Buddy just got one
He said he was having similar battery problems, however, he stated that the battery life has been increasing substantially every day. First day he got 6 horus out of it, second it lasted for 10, and he said that the last few days, it has gotten him all the way through the day.
Device also looks and feels great. The top and bottom edges are slightly tapered so it slides into your pocket. The otterbox design is horrible - it leaves bezzle (sp?) exposed at the bottom of the screen.
The hub is great, however, and the way the device multi-tasks is excellent. When you are typing a message, the "predicted words" appear very small hovering above certain ...
There's got to be a problem with the default settings there....something is turned on by default that shouldn't be....WiFi, Bluetooth, something.....
I Just Can't Get Excited About This One.
Android is highly versatile and there is enough variety in hardware and manufactures that a buyer doesn't feel pigron holed. If you do choose to go this way your variety of hardware is reduced to 2 choices. Yes, I am aware that Apple only has one choice other than color, memory and generation but to be fair, Apple is different, PLUS they offer an entire eco system that the iSheep cuddle up with at night like a child's security blanket that BB doesnt offer.
So its a 3G phone? Not LTE?
"The Z10 unit we have on hand is not optimized for use on any of the U.S. networks, but it is compatible with AT&T's 3G network and T-Mobile's 2G network. "
But versions specifically for U.S. carriers will have LTE. You can see the full specs on our spec pages, linked at the bottom of each page of the article.
I always wanted a good reason to go to Blackberry.
After reading this review this phone is average at best and battery life is unacceptable.
It is concerning. Eric points out that it hasn't been optimized for any US carriers yet, and that is valid. T...
Z10 and Mac
I used the BBL software to select about 100 songs (500MB) to sync to the Z10. Only 64 of them transferred, and the process took probably 30 minute...