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BlackBerry Q10 Hits AT&T June 5 for $199

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Q10 is a piece of dung


Jun 4, 2013, 5:50 PM
I have the Blackberry Bold and Q10. The 3year old Bold is much better! The new Q10 is crap. They have removed the Home Button on the Q10, so you have to now use two hands to operate this phone. They have also removed the wonderful mini track pad, which was so easy to use. Now instead of moving my thumb one or two millimeters to scroll anywhere on the screen, I have to use my finger to glide or point somewhere all across the larger screen. That's not better, that's worse! And more cumbersome! Its obviously easier to move your left thumb 2 millimeters and press down, compared to moving your right index finger 2 inches and make a stupid swipe motion. Obviously!!! Now instead of holding the phone in one hand and using my same thumb to nav...

Jun 4, 2013, 9:35 PM
As far as the camera camera noise its because in a lot of places its against the law to have a silent camera. So its not Blackberry's fault.

And its nice the you are the one and only person who enjoys the old Blackberry phones. But if you have noticed Blackberry has lost some much marketshare that if they were to keep their old phones they are going to go out of business. This new phone may make them not go out of business.

Jun 5, 2013, 2:09 PM
I think the Q10 is a bit of a miss, but the Z10 has been pretty well received by the consumers I've spoken with about it. Obviously, we have no comparable sales info between the two yet, but that has been my observation. I think BlackBerry's best chance will fall on the Z rather than the Q.

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