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3/18/2013
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Larry Seltzer
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BlackBerry Z10 Hands-On: First Impressions

BlackBerry 10 — not just the phones, but the BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10 software — will make or break the former smartphone giant. BYTE obtained an BlackBerry Z10 for evaluation. We haven't yet tested the most interesting enterprise features, but some features of the phone, especially the predictive soft keyboard, have already won us over.
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The 4 sides of the BlackBerry Z10.

On the bottom of the device you can see an opening you can use to remove the back cover. Under the back cover are the removable battery, SIM card and Micro SD slots.

On top is the power/standby button and headphone jack.

On the left side as you face the phone are microHDMI and MicroUSB ports.

On the right side are the volume rockers and, between them, the play/pause/voice command button.

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