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Blackberry Q5 Black Unlocked

Blackberry Q5 Black Unlocked

Blackberry Q5 Black Unlocked

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BlackBerry Bold 9790 GSM Unlocked 2.45" 8GB 5MP QWERTY Smartphone Black

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3 Responses to “Blackberry Q5 Black Unlocked”

  1. Juan Yonzo says:
    13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than expected, September 13, 2013
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    This review is from: Blackberry Q5 Black Unlocked (Unlocked Phone)

    I bought this mobile phone for my father because he doesn’t like all-touch phones.
    When I was setting it up, I was surprised for the speed of the OS, its really fast.
    It feels good to the hand, the keyboard is very nice and the touch sensitivity is ok too.
    The best is the multitasking feature. Its really easy to switch between apps that are runningn in background. It does this far better than iPhone.

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  2. Grant says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Q5 is a workhorse, October 20, 2013
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    Grant

    This review is from: Blackberry Q5 Black Unlocked (Unlocked Phone)

    I think this phone is amazing for the price. The keyboard of course is terrific, the LCD screen is very bright with excellent colour (not strange looking like AMOLED). The OS is super smooth and multitasking is unmatched on any other platform. The speaker and battery life are exceptional (way better than the price would suggest). I use the phone for business and thought I would give the Q5 a try. Could not be more impressed!

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  3. ank "independent researcher" says:
    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hidden features make this a gem of a phone, November 7, 2013
    This review is from: Blackberry Q5 Black Unlocked (Unlocked Phone)

    I’ve been so curious about Blackberry’s fall from grace. The relentless way in which the media gunned for it was sad, especially when its products are so good. I’ve just received my red Q5 and golly it’s a great thing, so I am going to write about it here. My 14-yr old pronounced, ‘it has cool written all over it.’ She said it looked better than any of the full face touch phones. It is a beautiful object, nice weight in the hand, lovely dimensions, crisp clicking keyboard where the individual characters light up rather than just the keyboard itself, and touch display slightly more pixel dense than the iphone. It also beats the iphone on battery life and expandable memory. I am not going to compare spec with spec, you can do that yourselves, but just to say that this phone is very much less than half the price of an iphone and it has NFC, Flash and wireless HD broadcasting to TVs. BB10 is about productivity. It is a gem of multitasking messaging. All social media, email accounts, calendar, contacts and other messaging apps that you may use, like WhatsApp and BBM come together in one simple interface. More than that, there is Blackberry Remember which no reviewer mentions. A Blackberry version of an Evernote-style app that can also integrate Evernote folders, but where you can tag anything like an email, a file like a photo, a voice note or a picture, or any of your messages, and have it collect with other tagged items in folders. A true bliss of project organisation. The web browser is really quick. A single entry line serves as input for urls or search. You enter your search term and it immediately comes up with web site options that you can select and go to. It all works with from the swiping of your thumb – true one handed operation, until you type, and that is very much quicker than a virtual keyboard. For one thing, easy access to question marks, brackets and apostrophes which are always on the second screen of the mac virtual keyboard, makes typing a pleasure (at least for what I tend to write). The word suggestion is marvellous; it comes up with anything you use regularly, however strange. These are all subtle but effective productivity enhancers which no other smart phone has. Back facing camera is 5mp with a flash, and films in full HD, and there is movie making software bundled in. You can turn a call into a video call without dropping the call and re-dialing like on iphone and android devices. There is also the Smart Tag feature which allows you to make a ‘tag’ out of anything – email addresses, logos text, calendar dates etc. and pass them on or burn to recordable NFC labels that can be stuck on anything, so that they do things automatically like send you messages or go online to a web page or make a call. Pretty nifty. Easy to share information with NFC devices as well. Apple’s a step behind here. It has a beautiful night feature that no one mentions. Swipe down from the middle of the top and a crescent moon comes down and turns the display off. Swiping up from there brings up the luminescent clock which you can set for alarms by swiping around the dial. You can turn on and off your notifications as well. Swipe all the way up to the top and you are back in the opening notification screen. It has a voice activate function which once got used to was very handy in leaving text notes opening mail and the calendar and doing searches. The search function is exceptionally fast. It sorts items it finds on your device according to function and you can widen and refine your search to include the web. There are many more features and this extensive review of the Q5 here.http://www.gsmarena.com/blackberry_q5-review-957p8.php pretty much covers everything. The main criticism of these phones is the idea that a keyboard is so yesterday, and eventually voice will take over. Well until that day comes there is no phone out there that works as well with one as the Blackberries. No one has found the perfect answer to what humans want from their hand-held devices. With a Blackberry, Thorsten Heins prediction that no one will want tablets eventually makes a lot more sense. A phone like this at the core of working on the go which can then dock into screen and keyboard at the office seems nearer than ever. I am not interested in playing games on my phone nor watching movies, though the sound played through speakers and video playback on the Q5 are terrific. A fundamental criticism for me is the price. I think Blackberry got their pricing very wrong with their flagship phones, even the Q5 may be priced about 10% too high, and this is why Blackberry is in the position it is in. But if you want a phone for productivity and you can get this phone at any kind of discount, I would heartily recommend it.

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