BlackBerry Q10 smartphone

This businessman’s 'Berry is very well built, but the software isn’t there just yet

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missing a couple of old school features such as app organisation/hiding and autotext is still there but not as easy to get to.
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This is a great phone, particularly when you are using multiple apps at once. Very well done and very advanced. I was an old school blackberry user that is much better at using my BlackBerry then my friends are at using the android or I phones, but I was still always getting faster. And was only just starting to use my keyboard as navigation hot keys. This phone encourages hot key navigation.

If you want something that's in your blackberry: just start typing it. After you press the 1st one or two letters. Hit the icon on your screen. Sooo fast. Better than any other phone out there. Unless you want angry birds and instagram.

There are a couple of things that are missing from the old school blackberry, such as quick access to auto text, app arrangement/hiding and hot key option selection. But I can live without them and hope the next update brings them back to their roots a little more.

Overall a great phone, but not a user friendly experience. Android and iPhone do simplicity, blackberry is for people who need more.

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