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BlackBerry Z10: 5 Best Features
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unatommer
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2/8/2013 | 6:57:24 PM
re: BlackBerry Z10: 5 Best Features
wow, I see we have a couple of potential RIM (excuse me, Blackberry) employees commenting. I'll be interested to check the new devices out once they are in stores. However I fear it's too late for most organizations since many have moved to other platforms. It's only saving grace in my environment will be it's ability to connect to activesync.
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2/8/2013 | 6:29:28 PM
re: BlackBerry Z10: 5 Best Features
Did you use the device in that week? Because you missed many other features including the HTML5 ultra-fast browser. Also, " This smartphone, which isn't yet available for sale in the U.S. but will be later this year, brings a lot to the table." - It is available next month in the US. Get your facts right!
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2/8/2013 | 5:30:51 PM
re: BlackBerry Z10: 5 Best Features
What do you mean " It doesn't quite go toe-to-toe with some of today's best devices, but it is a worthy competitor."

If you wanted to drop a conclusion like that at the start of your blog you should at least have done a competitive feature comparison.

You missed peek and flow, the time shift camera, picture and video editing, work/personal balance feature. The contacts and calendar social integration is amazing, everything just works so well together - I only have it for 3 days now and loving it

Unless you are writing this blog from the future - I don't know what other today's best devices you are talking about that Z10 doesn't go toe to toe. Z10 is easily beats your best phones in most areas...except its growing App store
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