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  • im712 im712 Feb 2, 2013 8:48 AM Flag

    Customer Reviews Of Blackberry 10 - UK

    Naz123

    fromLondon
    ,31 January 2013
    Overall rating
    5 / 5
    Ease of use
    5 / 5
    Battery life
    5 / 5
    Features
    5 / 5
    Reliability
    5 / 5

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    This is by far the best phone out there. TRUE MULTITASKING. AMAZING camera software, BETTER THAN RETINA display, bring back the BBM contacts, because this phone is brining BB BACK!

    Age:18-29
    Gender:Male
    Primary use:Personal
    Length of time:2-5 years

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    • Fantastic
      LucasValentino
      fromLondon
      ,02 February 2013

      Overall rating
      5 / 5
      Ease of use
      5 / 5
      Battery life
      4 / 5
      Features
      5 / 5
      Reliability
      5 / 5

      Just bought the BlackBerry Z10 yesterday and I had to write a review on this. The smartphone is fast, good quality finish, holds firm in your hand, the display is amazing with good colour quality and man que keyboard is so easy to type. I speak 4 different languagues and tried the automatic languague switch while typing and it does recognize the language I am typing and correct my mistakes
      BB World still lacks of apps but i am sure BlackBerry will with time fill them up with more exciting apps.
      Overal I have to give thumbs up to BB10, i have been a BB10 loyal user for 8 years and I always believed RIM could pull this off successfully.
      Keep up the good work

      Age:30-39
      Gender:Male
      Primary use:Personal
      Length of time:Less than 1 month

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • I have been reading the reviews of the first customers in the UK and Canada from all networks who are selling the Blackberry 10. All customer reviews are outstanding and far surpasses the iPhone acclaims. Only a couple negative reviews. The future of "mobile computing" is off to a great start^^^^^

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • How the hell can this guy have used the BB10 for 2-5 years

    • Z10 Blackberry 10 - the most advanced operating system to date
      ExpertTechguy2013

      fromLondon, UK
      ,31 January 2013
      Overall rating
      5 / 5
      Ease of use
      5 / 5
      Battery life
      5 / 5
      Features
      5 / 5
      Reliability
      5 / 5

      Blackberryn10 is the most advanced operating system to date. Imagine a phone with NO home key to look for , No key for opening or closing apps to look for. This is all done by gestures. Blackberry 10 flow is amazing helping you to do multitasking like never before. The Blackberry hub bring all information together at one place. The Z10 is therefor the best phone in the world. If you dont like dumb operating systems like IOS, windows phone and Android go for Blackberry 10 Z10.

      Age:30-39
      Gender:Male
      Primary use:Personal
      Length of time:Less than 1 month

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      • Forget all you know about Blackberry
        BenP

        fromUK
        ,31 January 2013
        Overall rating
        5 / 5
        Ease of use
        5 / 5
        Battery life
        5 / 5
        Features
        5 / 5
        Reliability
        5 / 5

        What a comeback for Blackberry. Forget all you previously know about freezing, unreliable and slow blackberry. This phone is a complete redesign in every aspect and i would recommend it to anybody. I switched from a iphone 4s after deciding to wait for this release rather than get an iphone 5 and im very glad i did.

        Age:18-29
        Gender:Male
        Primary use:Personal
        Length of time:Less than 1 month

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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